The National Weather Service says the storm will bring a mixture of precipitation with about 2-4 inches of accumulation, including two-tenths of an inch of ice.
The Maine senator hopes to attract support from both parties with a plan that offers thousands in annual payments to people for their health care.
The grant will help the 16-bed Western Maine Homeless Outreach shelter keep its doors open for residents during the day.
Family members on Monday remember the lives of Steven Rhodes and his son Isaac, as Elizabeth Rhodes recovers in a Portland hospital.
Capitol Police say a 64-year-old woman bit an officer who was trying to pull a topless woman off a pillar during the Women's March on Maine in Augusta.
Damien Towers, charged with stealing drugs and possession of drugs, was released on bail Monday to get drug counseling.
The fire was initially roaring and sending a thick column of black smoke into the sky, but firefighters appeared to prevent it from spreading to a home located about 30 feet away.
A lawsuit filed by Jennifer Worthy claims the hospital and two billing companies engaged in schemes to overbill the government insurance program.
A noted culture bearer, he worked hard at preserving traditional crafts.
The president's adviser says there is something called "alternative facts," but she's wrong.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act would hurt Maine workers and remove millions of dollars from the state.
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