PORTLAND, Maine - Maine's Republican senator is joining a group of colleagues to beef up federal resources that are dedicated to getting fresh, local foods into schools.

HARRISVILLE, R.I. - A Maine couple has bought a Rhode Island farmhouse that inspired the horror movie "The Conjuring.''

BANGOR, Maine - A Nepalese man has told federal court that he paid a Maine woman to marry him so he could stay in the country.

PORTLAND, Maine - Maine has brought in millions in revenue from out-of-state drivers lured by the inexpensive vehicle registration.

AUGUSTA, Maine - A new law designed to fund tobacco cessation and make sure tobacco products are taxed at the same rate has taken effect in Maine.

PORTLAND, Maine — Maine’s former Republican governor spent all or part of at least 80 days outside of the state during his last year in office, according to travel records that revealed trips that had not previously been disclosed.

AUGUSTA, Maine — The Maine Emergency Management Agency plans to survey fire departments across the state about a firefighting foam containing toxic chemicals.

AUGUSTA, Maine — A new law in Maine is designed to prevent young children from being suspended or expelled from schools.

AUGUSTA, Maine — Voters whose disabilities prevent them from signing petitions for citizen initiatives could have alternative ways to express their support under a proposed constitutional amendment.
Maine voters will consider such a constitutional amendment Nov. 5.

BANGOR, Maine — The federal government is providing funding to Maine to help prevent youth suicide, including in Native American populations.

An economic development organization has settled a $1.5 million debt to the IRS that was an impediment to marketing Millinocket’s former Great Northern Paper Co. mill site to tenants.

The number of cities and towns opting in to legalized marijuana is slowly growing in Maine as the state gets closer to accepting applications for licenses.

Thunderstorms have battered parts of New England, downing trees and causing power outages for thousands in Maine.

Tribal leaders and advocates say they will keep pushing for a bill that would give two Maine tribes jurisdiction over some domestic violence cases.

PORTLAND, Maine - Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Sara Gideon says she brought in more than $1 million in the week since she announced her candidacy.