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Sergeant Tim Gilboe ran unarmed into enemy fire in Afghanistan to protect his fellow soldiers.
Maine Prep is offering a special extra SAT prep class for Portland/Cape Elizabeth/Scarborough area high school students whose busy schedules and activities have prevented them from taking SAT classes this spring.
Staff Sgt. Matthew Hermanson, 22, shown here in Afghanistan in 2010, died after being shot in Wardak province, but stayed on the radio throughout the fight while wounded.
Two men from Massachusetts were arrested Thursday in Portland after Maine Marine Patrol investigators found them with about 20 pounds of elvers and no license allowing them to possess them.
The measure allows prosecutors to consider a drunk driver's lifetime felony offenses, rather than being limited to looking back 10 years.
Dockworkers haul a bowline around a bollard as the Nova Star arrives in Portland for the first time on Thursday.
If you're doing everything right, isn't it a good idea to be able to show that to people? Justine Simon runs Salt & Sea, a community supported fishery in Portland, Maine.
The new ferry that will connect Maine to Nova Scotia is arriving in Portland today, and two abandoned dogs are in need of a home.
Treasure hunter Greg Brooks is wrestling with two court cases, angry investors and an expedition that hasn't produced anything more valuable than a box of rusty hatchets.
THIS NEWS COMES ON THE HEELS OF LOWER-THAN- EXPECTED NUMBERS FROM JANUARY AND FEBRUARY WHEN CHALLENGING aWEATHERa KEPT FLIGHTS TO A MINIMUM.
A child welfare expert accused of exposing himself to teenage girls in Lincoln has been placed on sick leave from his job.
The Center for Maine Contemporary Art has announced the 28 artists whose work will be included in the 2014 "CMCA Biennial" exhibition.
The judge allows 73-year-old Andrew Demers Jr., who served 26 years with the state police, to remain free on $5,000 bail he posted after his arrest March 17. A former Maine State Police chief accused of sexually assaulting a 4-year-old relative pleaded not guilty to a pair of felony charges Wednesday at the Cumberland County Courthouse in Portland.