“A once-in-a-lifetime experience!” Sea Ventures Charters wrote in a Facebook post. “Thankfully, no one on board was injured!”
A kayaker was taking a break from his morning ride when he saw the bald eagle swoop down into the water.
The Sequoia holds plenty of presidential history: JFK celebrated his last birthday aboard the vessel; Harry Truman held atomic arms talks with the leaders of Canada and Great Britain; and Richard Nixon hosted Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev.
Primary contests in several states on Tuesday offered the latest test of the Donald Trump political brand.
A star-spangled banner larger than a football field will "create opportunity for Americans to come together."
The identities of the two who died were not immediately released.
Macie Semrau said she was able to unlock her father’s cell phone as he screamed for help in the basement.
Democratic Gov. Janet Mills signed off on a $1.2 billion supplemental budget Wednesday that sends more than half of the money to residents in the form of $850 relief checks.
Police in Maine said at least two students grabbed the wheel after Arthur McDougall, 77, suffered a heart attack and later died.
Federal prosecutors say law enforcement officers and a prosecutor aided an operation that illegally sold $13 million in pot grown for Maine’s medical marijuana program.
Families have fought for recognition of the soldiers who died on Tiger Flight 739 for years now because their names aren’t allowed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial since they didn’t die in a combat zone.
“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.
A little more than a month after the state of Minnesota received an “A” grade in social distancing, the state has now been given a “D”.
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.