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Firefighters pulled Rebecca Sloan from her second-floor bedroom in the Kincaid Street residence on Oct. 31. [Read More]
The man, who is not being identified, is hospitalized at Maine Medical Center in Portland. [Read More]
The pickup truck they were riding in crashed into a large pole on Route 1, police say. [Read More]
The other members of Maine's congressional delegation join the state's Republican senator in questioning the wisdom and constitutionality of such a move. [Read More]
Hundreds attend Wednesday's opening of the Portland Museum of Art exhibit, which runs through Sunday. [Read More]
They conspired to illegally manufacture, package and distribute marijuana from a facility in Waldo County, according to the U.S. attorney. [Read More]
The Cape Elizabeth resident was an avid outdoorsman who founded rowing and outing clubs at Bowdoin College, his alma mater. [Read More]
A dispatcher said no students were aboard the bus, and it wasn't clear whether anyone was injured. [Read More]
The incident occurred Sunday at the Gorham campus, police say. [Read More]
More than 20 departments were battling the blaze at Corinth Wood Pellets LLC. [Read More]
Victor Yobany Archila-Rojas, 28, who entered from Canada in July, was deported in 2013. [Read More]
Luis Padilla belonged to a gang known as the Red Side Guerilla Brims – part of the Bloods street gang, according to federal prosecutors. [Read More]
Buyers from Falmouth Foreside now own the Clapboard Island mansion and compound built by a railroad tycoon in 1898. [Read More]
The independent says he plans to visit every city and town in Maine before Election Day. [Read More]
The three used stolen credit and debit card numbers of Maine residents to buy merchandise and gift cards in Maine stores. [Read More]
Residents will decide in November whether to keep a modified ordinance banning unhosted or non-owner-occupied short-term rentals or to scrap it completely. [Read More]
A posting on the department's Facebook page shows tire tracks on the turf at Gull Crest Fields. [Read More]
Attorneys for John D. Williams say officers beat and pummeled him to the point of causing him to defecate himself and held 'his head by... [Read More]
Police believe that Helen Segall had a medical problem while she and her husband were swimming in Alford Lake. [Read More]
The civil suit filed by Karin Leuthy of Camden and Kelli Whitlock Burton of Waldoboro accuses the Republican governor of violating their First Amendment rights. [Read More]