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Searchers believe they’re looking in the right area and that they will find the missing plane based on recent underwater ‘pings.’
His death occurs withing 24 hours of his triumphant return to WWE’s 'Monday Night Raw.'
Portland Ovations uses puppets to raise questions about and seek answers to hunger in Maine.
The one-day event, set for Aug. 1, could be the largest beer festival Maine has ever hosted.
A federal judge says he is ‘out of line’ in blocking the distribution of a drug approved by the FDA.
Steven Preister, 68, was at a Nebraska hotel when the incident took place.
The water line break caused traffic delays throughout the day.
Troopers used a police dog to track the men into woods off Moosehead Trail.
Officials hope to uncover fraud by releasing data that show how much physicians billed the government.
Some say Sen. Troy Jackson’s proposal would have overstepped the Legislature’s authority.
The man of many talents was most famous for his humorous drawings of moose and lobster that appear on souvenir cups, magnets and more.
A quintessential sign that the long Maine winter has finally come to an end is the reemergence of lobster shacks.
Donations by Maine residents to candidates in the 2012 presidential race.
A lawsuit contended that the agency’s policy of allowing allocation carryovers would jeopardize the groundfish population.
Police say he pulled into a driveway in an effort to hide from police approaching by car.
A Marine remained in custody today after military officials say he shot a colleague with his M4 rifle at the main gate of the base.
The weedy invasion is so bad that firefighters cut a path through them to get to a pregnant woman who feared she’d be trapped in her home.
Early Wednesday morning the Spirit of Massachusetts was moved from one shipyard in Portland to Portland Yacht Services where it will undergo extensive restoration.
Two men were underneath a garage roof when it fell, killing one and breaking the other’s back.
But a bid to eliminate a $30,000 grant for Florence House draws much of the councilors’ attention.