A duffel bag that drew the attention of a bomb squad in Kittery turned out to be filled with a woman's clothes.
Police say are looking for a man who fled from police Wednesday in a stolen Jeep Grand Cherokee before abandoning the vehicle on a logging road.
A bill sponsored by Rep. Sharon Treat would allow residents to petition against sewer rate increases.
Maine schools have been graded on their performance, and next week they will receive report cards as part of the state's new initiative.
Former sheriff's deputy and comedian Juston McKinney will perform at the Waterville Opera House Saturday.
Roger Wolverton made an emergency landing on Interstate 95 more than 20 years ago, and today's landing by a Warden's Service pilot brought up memories of when his engine failed him.
An 11-year-old girl is accused of making a false bomb threat Friday morning at Carrie Ricker School, marking the fourth such threat in the school district this week and the fifth this month.
The State Medical Examiner's Office performed an autopsy Friday on the body of a 19-year-old Oakland man who was found dead on a golf course, but more tests will be done to determine the cause of death.
His lawyers argue they should be able to present a trial defense claiming that a law enforcement official who has since died gave Bulger immunity from prosecution.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., man has been convicted of eight charges related to drug trafficking that occurred last year near Albert S. Hall School in Waterville.
Bicentennial Nature Park is likely to reopen this summer despite earlier plans to shut it down by city officials. A citizens group has secured donations to go toward the park's maintenance.
Jeff Bauman Jr., who lost both legs and some of his hearing, said Tamerlan Tsarnaev 'struck me as odd' and Bauman described Tsarnaev to police.
An assistant imam urges the community to come together in the Boston bombings' aftermath.
Gov. LePage blasts the proposal, which links repayment of the debt to an expansion of Medicaid.
Jesse J. Jones, 24, of Waterville, was sentenced Monday on drug trafficking charges in federal court has pleaded guilty Friday in state court to stabbing a man outside the Bob-In bar last May 6 in Waterville.
Noodle was treated for lungworm and gained 15 pounds during rehab.
You can dance inches or feet apart. You can swirl and jab, punch at the sky and work up a sweat and it’s dancing.
Yarmouth High School places second in the U.S. News & World Report statewide ranking.
Legislators and affected landowners expressed disappointment with Pan Am Railways decision to pass liability insurance costs on to local landowners, which could result in added insurance costs statewide for property owners who cross railroad tracks to reach their private property.
Hearings and work sessions for Monday.
The Rockport-based publisher will maintain control of Down East: The Magazine of Maine.
Her decision clears the way for U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud or former Gov. John Baldacci to enter the race.
The new law makes the names, addresses and birth dates of permit holders confidential.
She was tagged along with one of her sons after Russia contacted the CIA with concerns they might have militant leanings.
Meanwhile, projections for the current fiscal year are up by $43 million, driven by income taxes.
But the public response typifies the heightened vigilance since the Boston Marathon bombings.
Police are investigating whether alcohol and cellphone use by Marc Swain, 18, of Norridgewock, were factors in the accident when he lost control of his vehicle and collided with a pickup truck driven by William Chappo, 64, of Cornville.
The suspects' parents, Anzor and Zubeidat, received food stamps from 2002-2004 and 2009-2011, and Tamerlan's wife also received them for a year.
The governor allegedly pressured unemployment hearing officers to make more pro-business decisions.
With President Obama's promised signature, the measure will erase one of the most stinging and publicly visible consequences of the budget cuts known as the sequester.
Vandalism is investigated at Dutremble's home, following his key gun-control vote.
En route to a job interview in Portland, a man must be rescued from a submerged Pontiac Grand Am in Lebanon.
He had 143 Top 40 hits and won two Grammy Awards in a career that spanned six decades.
Rescue workers find 19 more survivors in the rubble today as the death toll rises to 340.
But most economists say they think the GDP is slowing in the April-June quarter to 2 percent.
Warden Dan Dufault sets the Cessna down in a surprisingly good place to land a plane.
Police say a white man in his 20s walked into the Heathco's and Domino's pizza shops on Thursday evening and demanded money.
Students at the Army, Navy and Air Force academies are participating in elaborate cyberwarfare exercises as the military educates a generation of future commanders in the theory and practice of computer warfare.
An FBI spokesman would not say what investigators were looking for at the landfill near UMass-Dartmouth.
Gov. Paul LePage on Thursday signed into law a bill that allows a spring hunt in wildlife management district 27, which is located along the coast.
The online database includes Maine-based producers, camera operators, location scouts, costume designers, makeup artists and script supervisors.
The Joint Select Committee on Maine's Workforce and Economic Future will tour the city's North Dam mill development on Friday.
The death toll climbs to 275 in the collapse of a building where cracks had been seen in the walls.