FRANKLIN, Maine (AP) — A Hancock County woman who collected nearly $31,500 in Social Security payments in her dead mother’s name has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of theft of public money.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Republican Sen.
As gaps in graduation rates close, standards climb.
OXFORD, Maine (AP) — A developer and a contractor have come to terms to build a hotel across from the Oxford Casino.
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — New federal fishing rules designed to protect whales in the Atlantic Ocean will go into effect on June 1.
MINOT, Maine (AP) — A Minot woman has been awarded $7.65 million in damages after a jury ruled that a Lewiston hospital technician failed to identify her cervical cancer.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine’s highest court is upholding the conviction of a northern Maine man convicted of collecting more than $50,000 in workers’ compensation benefits while operating an engine repair business.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The debate over the safety of so-called smart meters installed by Central Maine Power across the state is going back before the state supreme court.
BIDDEFORD, Maine (AP) — The Biddeford, Maine, City Council is pushing back a meeting to hear more comments about allegations of sexual abuse against former police officers.
Maple syrup could soon be the official sweetener for the state of Maine.
Lawmakers are considering a plan to address volunteer firefighter recruitment problems across the state.
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A Biddeford man who sold crack cocaine and heroin in the Lewiston area has been sentenced to almost six years in federal prison.
AUBURN, Maine (AP) — The city of Auburn has given the go-ahead for a major expansion of a medical marijuana growing facility that would increase the size of the building four-fold.
OGUNQUIT, Maine (AP) — A waterfront hotel and restaurant destroyed by fire in Ogunquit is being demolished.
WOODSTOCK, Maine (AP) — Police in Maine say they have arrested a 19-year-old Woodstock man in connection with two fires at seasonal homes on the street where he lives.
KITTERY, Maine (AP) — The New Hampshire man who pleaded guilty to setting fire to a nuclear-powered submarine but now says he doesn’t think he did it has until June 5 to keep his appeal alive.
Emergency medical personnel from across the state were honored at the capitol today.
Better jobs and bigger paychecks is the aim of a new plan put forth by House Speaker Mark Eves.