Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Arnold and Corinne Murray have spent years navigating a health care system that’s not geared to the needs of the elderly. Their dizzying encounters with a string of doctors, hospitals and rehabilitation centers reflect the challenges of staying healthy in a state where there are not enough doctors who specialize in aging.
His departure creates uncertainty about the future direction of the state’s Department of Corrections.
Police suspect suicide after witnesses say he parked his car and walked in front of a Downeaster.
While the mountains could get 2 feet of snow, sleet and rain will temper amounts near the coast.
The bill will add police, prosecutors and judges, but critics say the war on drugs is a failed strategy and decry lack of funding for treatment and prevention.
Heroin supplier in Maine, N.H. gets 12 years in prison
Maine’s heroin crisis: A special report
Sangillo’s, a staple of the neighborhood just east of the Old Port, is known for its cheap prices, stiff drinks and jukebox.
Portland police say shooting wasn't a random act
In a remarkable speech, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., a longtime supporter of the spy agency, says the CIA may ‘have violated the separation of powers principles embodied in the U.S. Constitution.’
The walk, which will include the furry character’s original ‘trainer,’ will raise money to benefit children with Tourette’s syndrome.
A mascot and his boy, soon parted
Military radar data puts the plane hundreds of miles from its last position recorded by civilian officials.
Colorado company launches crowdsourcing campaign to look for jet
The chopper aids crews working for Central Maine Power atop transmission towers in the Fore River on Tuesday.
The safety net pole that fell on the women after a hockey game in Boston is a temporary apparatus, so it is not typically inspected by the city.
The measure pays for a part-time prosecutor and provides for the program’s possible expansion.
The company says in a rate case that it's trying to cover its service costs, but critics say a higher charge would crush renewable-power investment.
Andrew Leighton has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the 2013 shooting death of his mother.
Bill Nemitz: A handgun sold, a red flag missed
The city clerk certifies Jason Snyder’s petition and the council could ask voters to decide the issue in June.
Reports that neighbors ignored the screams of Kitty Genovese turned the case into a symbol of urban decline and led to the 911 system.
His second home run in a four-day span helps Boston to a 6-5 victory over Baltimore. He's batting .318 this spring.
The state’s public universities need support now in order to retool for the future.
He had maintained his innocence the 1983 killing of a jeweler.
LePage: Use big incentives to attract jobs to Maine
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