Sunday, May 19, 2013
Charles Scontras was known in the tight-knit neighborhood for his troubled behavior.
Man dies in house fire after 4 1/2-hour standoff in Saco
Six months in, revenue has increased by 16 percent even though traffic has dropped by 4 percent.
Staffers at the state's only hospital for criminals say getting hurt on the job shouldn't be the expectation.
Close watch kept on patients deemed not criminally responsible
The former senator promotes her book, 'Fighting for Common Ground: How We Can Fix the Stalemate in Congress.'
St. Patrick Church in Portland held its final Mass on Sunday.
A garbage can-size canister collects and transmits data about toxin-producing algae blooms, known as red tides, that show up in the Gulf of Maine each spring.
The Huskies shut out Endicott 9-0 to win the New England Regional championship.
"Ghost Brothers of Darkland County" will debut Oct. 10 at the Indiana University Auditorium.
Metro-North President Howard Permut says the two-track electrified railroad must be rebuilt.
The budget for the city of Zephyrhills is just more than $49 million; the winning Powerball jackpot is 12 times that.
The refinancing bill would enable students and graduates who have an interest rate above 4 percent to refinance their federal loans at a lower, fixed rate of 4 percent. The bill will be introduced in the Senate this week.
Thanks to a coterie of adoring supporters, the restored and revitalized Opera House at Boothbay Harbor has risen to prominence on the national scene.
Rafael Nadal wins this tourney for the seventh time, and Serena Williams wins her fourth straight title this year.
Frustration over the lack of common ground leads Maine's former senator to write about how we can create it.
Rhetoric is heated as religious groups say they do not want openly gay boys in the Boy Scouts.