The mother of a toddler whose disappearance prompted the biggest criminal investigation in Maine history sued Monday in hopes of unearthing more details.
A convicted murderer who escaped for a third time from prison has been captured, law enforcement authorities said Tuesday.
Beer tourism is a growing piece of the economy in northern New England, where hopheads flock for a crack at limited release beers and a chance to schmooze with fellow brew nerds.
Federal data show the United States imported more seafood last year than at any point in history, and the nation’s trade deficit in the sector is growing.
Lobster prices are high in the U.S. right now, but members of the industry expect them to come down soon as the Canadian catch creeps up and America’s summer haul gets going.
Good news for fans of scallops.
Members of Maine’s baby-eel fishing industry are expecting high prices for the tiny fish this year because of a shortage on the international market, and sushi lovers could end up feeling the pinch.
The fishing industry, environmentalists and regulators are trying to persuade US consumers to eat more of a particularly weird-looking creature from the deep.
The growth of bitcoin is fueling speculation and debate about the environmental impact of the energy needed to power the virtual currency in the era of climate change.
A northern Maine town manager who espoused white separatist views was fired on Tuesday and is getting $30,000 for agreeing not to sue the town.