Justice Donald Marden sentenced Carol Jean Gordon on Tuesday to three years in jail with all but nine months suspended.
Maine and Connecticut passed GMO labeling bills before Vermont, but theirs take effect only if neighboring states follow along.
The Democratic-led Legislature recently approved a $4 million measure that would increase Medicaid reimbursements to nursing homes in the fiscal year that starts in July.
The Finance Authority of Maine - or FAME- last week reduced its loan guarantee for the project, proposed by Cate Street Capital subsidiary Thermogen Industries, by $9 million.
Waterville's fire chief says overheated brakes were the suspected cause of the blaze Tuesday night in the middle of a Wal-Mark parking lot.
Linda Clifford sued Dr. Scott Kemmerer and MaineGeneral Medical Center about her treatment at the Augusta hospital's emergency department in September.
The Governor's Energy Office says the average statewide price for a gallon of heating oil is 2 cents lower than last week, but 12 cents more than this time last year.
Maine 1st District Rep. Chellie Pingree says half the money is for design and engineering work on the Littoral Combat Ship, and the other half is for fleet maintenance.
The proposed schedule will be the subject of public hearings May 12 at Ellsworth City Hall and May 13 at the Lincoln County Communication Center in Wiscasset.
A subcontractor hired to install the pipeline for the $350 million Summit Natural Gas Inc. project is suing the contractor as well as an insurance company.
The Maine Warden Service says it is examining video of the encounter last week in Jackman that was posted on YouTube by Janis and Bob Powell of Belmont, N.H.
Prosecutors say the couple accepted U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development subsidies for which they weren't eligible.
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