A lab official says it likely will take a year or more to decide how the site will be used.
Maine had eight semi-finalists in four categories. Despite that full plate, not a single Maine chef or restaurant made it to the finals this year.
Walt McKee, an Augusta-based lawyer, is cited for his "passionate sense of justice" and "legendary work ethic."
State police are looking for the public's help in finding the shiny orange mid-sized Kubota L45 tractor valued at $40,000.
King said today that he completed the sale of Independence Wind to his business partner Sunday night.
Southpaw Jon Lester, 28, will start on April 5 against Detroit. He also started Boston's first game of the 2011 season.
Federal prosecutors say in court filings that they believe Catherine Greig "holds significant assets and/or funds."
The addition of Peyton Manning could well lead to the trade of Tim Tebow, who energized the Broncos last season and led them to the playoffs despite his uneven play.
However, the state's energy director notes that since 2004, heating oil has increased from an average price of $1.93 to the current level of $3.86.
It's one of two suits by tobacco companies against federal rules that would make them slap large images on cigarette packs depicting the health ravages of smoking.
So far, only Wisconsin meets the 90 percent graduation rate benchmark, although Vermont is close.
"I was like, 'What's a jury duty?' "
Lawyers for the owners insist their clients had no idea the former Bernie Madoff was cheating thousands of investors for at least two decades.
A Portsmouth condo association wants Kimberly Bois to restore her front yard to the way it was.
The Republican presidential candidate extends his delegate lead by trouncing Rick Santorum in Puerto Rico on Sunday, scoring all 20 of the island's delegates.
Thirty-six years after its founding, Apple Inc., the world's most valuable company, is finally loosening its purse strings to reward shareholders directly, by instituting a dividend and share buyback program.
Edward Ristaino was taking five skydivers into the air Friday evening during a festival in Fitzgerald, Ga., when a storm hit.
The average price in Maine stands at three cents above the national average.
Government data suggest more than 10 million Americans have used meth; fewer than 1 percent of pregnant women are users.
Lawyer John Henry Browne said he met for more than three hours with Robert Bales, a 10-year Army veteran who is being held in an isolated cell at the military prison.
Trustees last month approved his replacement, James Page, who's CEO of James W. Sewall Co. in Old Town.
Senate President Kevin Raye, the bill's sponsor, represents Washington County, where Republicans were angered over how February's caucuses were administered by the Maine GOP.
AUGUSTA -- Gov. Paul LePage says his proposal to eliminate taxes on pension income in the proposed supplemental budget is just another step toward his long-term goal of eliminating the state personal income tax by the time he leaves office.
Maine GOP Chairman Charlie Webster said he's identified 24 places in Maine where Republicans running for the Legislature can beat incumbent Democrats.
PORTLAND -- Heavy trucks are being temporarily banned from thousands of miles of secondary roads across northern New England with the early arrival of spring.
AUGUSTA -- Copper piping has been popular burglar fodder for a number of years, but a Gage Street property owner got a big surprise recently when she discovered someone had made off with her home's pipes and all the heating equipment to which it had been attached.
AUGUSTA -- Families will experience how settlers in the 18th century harvested sap during the spring thaw on Sundayat Old Fort Western.
WINTHROP -- For 30 minutes on stage, Meagan Scully portrays a prostitute whose daughter aches to flee from her seedy environment and who herself just wants to be left alone.
Gov. Paul LePage's proposal to change the way General Assistance money is distributed in Maine would shift costs to property taxpayers and increase homelessness, say officials in Portland and other cities.
PORTLAND -- A group of Democratic lawmakers is arguing to Maine's highest court that state Treasurer Bruce Poliquin's private business activities violate the Maine Constitution, but the attorney general and a conservative group contend that the matter doesn't warrant the justices' involvement.
PITTSTON -- The $200,000 historic restoration of Reuben Colburn's 1765 home, carriage house and barn is close to completion.
AUGUSTA -- At a final public hearing about the proposed $11 million modification of Interstate 95's exit 113 and upgrading of part of Old Belgrade Road, attendees will see few changes from the draft proposal shown in October.
AUGUSTA -- Demand for a virtual charter school emerged as a major theme at a public input session with the State Charter School Commission last week.
Gov. Paul LePage's proposal to eliminate all state funding for the Maine Public Broadcasting Network has network officials scrambling to convince state legislators the money is crucial to the public broadcaster's mission, and has longtime MPBN listeners and viewers angry and ready to take action.
SKOWHEGAN -- One person was taken to a local hospital Sunday afternoon and several others were examined at the scene after a giant cloud of fire-suppression powder was released without warning at the Irving Circle K station on Madison Avenue, which is also U.S. Route 201.
WATERVILLE -- The mother of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds said she doesn't believe her daughter was kidnapped.
WATERVILLE -- At least three people were injured Sunday in a six-car accident on College Avenue directly in front of the fire station.
Maine has earned an “F” from a national organization’s first-in-the-nation assessment of accountability and transparency across the 50 states.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — State governments lack transparency and accountability to citizens, and they remain at high risk for corruption, according to a new study of all 50 statehouses.