Damien Towers, charged with stealing drugs and possession of drugs, was released on bail Monday to get drug counseling.
Collins is touting the plan as an acceptable replacement for the Affordable Care Act that could garner Democratic support.
The National Weather Service predicts between 3 and 6 inches of snow for the Augusta-Waterville region before possibly turning to sleet later Tuesday.
The president canceled an agreement for a sweeping trade deal with Asia as one of his first official White House actions.
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.
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President Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments, an ethics watchdog group says.
The $5 million Hains building renovation project is expected to be completed in July, while construction of a boutique hotel will start soon and is scheduled to open in 2018.
For some old lawmakers, there could be quite a learning curve.
Gov. LePage claims a Massachusetts ban on the sale of eggs from caged hens will raise egg prices in Maine. Will it?
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Slaughterhouses and meat-cutters, however, are.
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