Harper has logged thousands miles over open water on her way to Cuba, at times reaching interstate-worthy speeds of nearly 70 mph.
In total, more than 1 in 4 homicides in the U.S. are related to domestic violence.
Tidal ranges as high as 7 feet can result in powerful currents when coupled with river flow.
I may never be a Mainer, but I am happy to be a part of and contribute to what makes this place so special.
Nearly two years after the sinking of the Hayley Ann, Capt. Arnold “Joe” Nickerson’s work is continuing with help from his daughter and a fashionable tote bag manufacturer headquartered on the Portland docks.
Based on one estimate, Rockland city councilors are currently paid about $2 an hour.
It wasn’t a win but the University of Maine’s Black Bear hockey scored twice in the final 10 minutes to earn a 3-3 overtime tie with Sacred Heart.
The Husson University football team traveled to Biddeford on Saturday afternoon and returned home not only with a 41-14 victory over the University of New England, but a lobster trap to boot.
The battle to determine the top schoolboy distance runner in northern Maine — and perhaps in the state — this fall continues to develop.
UMaine improved to 3-4 overall, 2-3 in the Colonial Athletic Association, while Albany fell to 0-7 and 0-5, respectively.
Meredith Harthorne scored the game-winner with 8:13 left in regulation as Oxford Hills earned a quarterfinal matchup against top seed and undefeated Bangor.
A state police cadaver dog found a body that’s presumed to be 5-year-old Elijah Lewis buried in the woods in Abington, Massachusetts.
Labor shortages have persisted longer than many economists expected, deepening a mystery at the heart of the job market.
The state faces a $60 million financial shortfall caused by less traffic during the pandemic.
Josh Chevalier, a third-generation shipbuilder, is ready to walk away from his job because of an impending COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
If you are unfortunate enough to get sprayed with skunk stink, there is an easy odor remedy that uses materials you probably already have in your home.
It’s one of the most common signs of the times, literally: Help Wanted.
These days the hazard posed by Mother Nature does not compare with the perfect storm of regulations coming out of Washington that threaten our way of life.
Don’t let the tobacco industry use flavors to turn Maine kids into replacement smokers.
This may seem like a worthwhile idea; however, the facts don’t support the policy.