AUGUSTA -- Deborah Hughes came to court Monday to advocate for a woman whose boyfriend had burglarized Hughes' house.
"Augusta has a remarkable and broad history, one that goes right back to" the Plymouth Colony and the Pilgrims who helped found this nation, the state historian says.
Pat Gallant-Charette, 61, was pulled from the water after 3.5 hours, but might get another chance to cross the Tsugaru Strait on Thursday or Friday.
SKOWHEGAN — A visit later this week to the New Balance shoe factory in Norridgewock by the U.S Trade Representative comes at a crucial time for the company’s 900 Maine jobs, state officials said Monday. State Reps. Sharon Treat, D-Hallowell, and Jeff McCabe, D-Skowhegan, said the message they heard Sunday at an international trade meeting in Leesburg, Va., was that protections for the footwear jobs are endangered.
The 18,000-person study "provide(s) the most robust evidence to date that acupuncture is a reasonable referral option," according to the authors.
The man calls 911 when he gets stuck in thick bushes on a rock ledge.
There was a concern that judges in York County might have to recuse themselves if they knew any witnesses, the court says.
After going 19-2 in his first year, Tom Maines suddenly resigns.
The accident happened toward the end of a race in Taunton on Sunday.
AUGUSTA — C-SPAN producers are in capital area this week visiting various historic and literary sites and interviewing locals with the resulting productions to be broadcast on two cable TV channels next month.
The Celebrity Summit, visiting Portland today, takes delivery of lobsters from Ready Lobster.
Police also seize $3,000 and a vehicle.
The award was presented by Education Commissioner Stephen Bowen to seventh- and eighth-grade teacher Shannon Shanning during a school assembly on Monday.
Police responding to a domestic-violence call in Dexter uncovered what they call a marijuana growing operation in two adjacent apartments.
The average retail cost of a gallon of gas in Maine jumped nearly a nickel in the past week.
More than 125,000 passengers were flown deep into Mexico for free since 2004 at a cost of nearly $100 million to U.S. taxpayers.
A taxpayer-funded federal program is speeding state-of-the-art techniques from research to the real world.
Despite Obama's advantage in August, it's the third straight month Romney has collected more than $100 million.
A disturbance at a Holden trailer park leads to the arrest of 43-year-old Arnold Thompson on a 1989 warrant.
More than 200 people turn out at City Hall on Monday to support the statewide ballot initiative.
The Maine Center for Creativity will honor the actress and Idexx Laboratories founder David Shaw for contributions to Maine's creative economy.
Noah Gallagher is probably an anomaly among teenagers, but Cony’s schedule is hardly unique in expecting students to learn well before 8 a.m. Most area high schools start classes at times that sleep experts say run counter to adolescent biology.
AUGUSTA — If the bikers who gathered Sunday at the Augusta Civic Center for Sunday’s 31st annual United Bikers of Maine Toy Run needed more than the crisp fall air and collection toys to get in the Christmas spirit, then all they had to do was visit Richard White.
CHINA — A controversial proposal for an off-road truck park on Parmenter Hill Road will be discussed again Tuesday by the Planning Board.
Let’s Go! Family Fun Day is free and will include trail hikes, a bike rodeo and chance to win a new bike, climbing wall, geocaching, a story walk, a children’s musician and educational activities related to healthful eating.
PORTLAND — A leader of the bipartisan Simpson-Bowles commission urged Mainers on Sunday to demand that Congress reduce the nation’s debt — and to elect former Gov. Angus King to the U.S. Senate.
All that eye-welling magnificence comes with a jaw-dropping price tag. The foundation that runs the memorial estimates that once the roughly $700 million project is complete, the memorial and museum will together cost $60 million a year to operate.
The programs received a joint award of $29,825 from the Maine College Access Challenge, a federal grant program administered by the Finance Authority of Maine.
AUGUSTA — The following is a list of cases closed in Augusta District Court Aug. 30 to Sept. 5, 2012.
Augusta, Saturday, at 6:17 p.m., disorderly conduct was reported on Green Street.
Negotiations with the district failed over issues including compensation and evaluations, the union says.
The attorney general's decision to suspend the mail-order brand-name prescription service affects 1,200 Maine households.