Associated Press stories and articles.
Military Device Brought Ashore In Maine, Later Detonated
Maine State Police responded and removed the object, and it was later detonated in a sand pit.
Paramedic’s License Suspended For Drunk Drive to Call
A spokeswoman for the hospital said Friday the 55-year-old firefighter is no longer employed there.
One Million Maine Wreaths Going to Arlington National Cemetery
The "Wreaths Across American" convoy departed Saturday from Maine.
Former Officer Avoids Felony in Police Academy Shooting
The 2017 incident happened in a Vassalboro police academy parking lot.
Caribou Wins Best Drinking Water in Maine
The annual water taste testing competition is hosted by the Maine Rural Water Association.
8-year-old & 9-year-old Students Stop Bus After Driver Collapsed
Two New Hampshire elementary school students came to the rescue after their bus driver collapsed behind the wheel.
Maine Teen Who Killed Parents Sentenced to 40 Years
Her attorney argued that Balcer was transitioning from male to female in isolation and without family support.
A Nation’s Farewell for George H.W. Bush
The Nation bids its final farewell to former President George H.W. Bush
Recount of Maine’s 2nd Congressional Race Set to Begin
The recount of Maine's 2nd Congressional District race is slated to begin Thursday.
Maine Closes Some State Offices for George H.W. Bush Funeral
Gov. Paul LePage announced Monday that non-essential state offices will be closed on Wednesday.