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The quarterly statement won’t necessarily show you all the fees, so further digging is in order.
The driver is taken to a local hospital with serious injuries.
The graduation rate at Maine high schools in the years 2009 - 2013. See which schools improved their rate.
Obama’s selection of William Adams still needs Senate confirmation.
Many of the students on board the bus escaped through a window, running for their lives before hearing an explosion and seeing the bus burst into flame, a witness says.
A trucker successfully challenges a ticket he received for flashing his headlights to alert another truck driver to a lurking police car.
White nose syndrome has killed millions of bats across the Northeast, and several species in New Hampshire have declined by nearly 99 percent.
The national chain, which operates dozens of stores in Maine, hasn’t provided details on where the cuts will occur.
Bixby & Co. of Rockland out-pitches four rivals in Gorham Savings Bank's LaunchPad finals Thursday.
Saturday’s ceremony in Bath marks both the military’s first new destroyer class in decades and the local company’s delivery of a revolutionary warship.
About 400 athletes from 45 Maine teams competed at Bates College's Tarbell Pool.
BIW officials are preparing for between 4,000 and 5,000 guests. Here’s where to go if you want to be one of them.
The president nominates his budget chief, Sylvia Mathews Burwell, to replace Sebelius, calling her ‘a proven manager’ who knows how to get results.
The proposal includes a moratorium on using consultants, consolidating departments and campuses, and making the president, deans and provost teach classes.
The women’s clothing retailer says its stores – including four in Maine – and website are still open and selling clothing and other goods to shoppers.
The annual Paper Days event stresses that most mills are still vibrant and offer internships and good careers.
Twenty previous derailments, two runaway trains and two unspecified incidents were not reported before a July derailment that killed 47 people, a Canadian agency says.
Police say the fox pushed one boy down and bit a 5-year-old girl on the ankle.
About 200 people gathered to oppose proposed cuts and demand their right to public higher education.
Vance McAllister’s office vows that he will stay in office - for now.