“We are reopening the Northeast Canyons to commercial fishing,” Trump told a roundtable meeting with fishing industry representatives and Maine officials. “We’re opening it today — we’re undoing his executive order.”
Wildlife officials say a bald eagle died last year in Maine after being stabbed through the heart by a loon. The evidence showed no gun residue but indicated that the big bird had been stabbed through the heart by the beak of a loon.
Fifty-one workers at a Tyson Foods poultry plant in Portland, Maine, tested positive for coronavirus after facility-wide testing, and 31 were not showing any symptoms, the company said.
A traveling salesperson helped spread the coronavirus in Maine and several other states early in the outbreak last month, the leader of the Maine Center for Disease Control said.
A late-season storm dumped heavy, wet snow across Maine, knocking out power to more than a quarter-million homes and businesses at the peak Friday.
Lobster Unlimited of Orono is investigating whether lobster blood can be used as a potential weapon against viruses and cancer.
A shoe store in Maine is hoping to help customers facing hard times by offering a shoe rack in which people can pay whatever amount they choose.
Dan Del Tufo and Julia Kallmerten are both civil engineers who have worked on projects around Memorial Bridge in Portsmouth, N.H. They are also a couple.
An ice disk is once again forming in the Presumpscot River in Maine.
The U.S. Census Bureau reported that four states had more deaths than births between 2018 and 2019.
Blaine Marston is starting out the new decade as a millionaire.
A Maine man was accidentally shot and killed by his own homemade booby trap device on Thursday, authorities said.
Horror aficionado Stephen King will be turning his home in Maine into a museum and writer’s retreat after the local city council approved the idea.
The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland said Rusty could have weeks or months left and hopes to make the most of the time the dog has left.
The investigation began from a complaint filed by former employee to the Human Rights Commission about her time working at St. Mary's Regional Medical Center in Maine.
A Maine woman says she received more than 500 letters from UnitedHealthcare in five days.