Monday, May 20, 2013
They say they were not shocked at the standoff and fire that killed Charles Scontras on Saturday.
Man dies in house fire after 4 1/2-hour standoff in Saco
At a final Mass, parishioners say goodbye to a place central to their lives over many decades.
The bills would cut food stamps for many Mainers, but would give a boost to the state's local farmers.
Portland's School Board will hold a first reading on the proposed staff cuts at its Tuesday night meeting.
The total set at Tuesday's meeting will be voted on June 11 at the districtwide validation referendum.
The Maine-based chain, which started in Brunswick in 1989, now has 11 stores and is growing in Waterville.
The apparatus is designed to help scientists better predict when and where outbreaks might occur.
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.'
The singer takes home eight awards, including top artist. Justin Bieber wins three.
Ed Flaherty's team leaves no doubt as to who's best in New England Division III baseball.
Bipartisan efforts to treat victims better are good, but prevention measures are still needed.
The judge who presides over the trial says she treats the government as only one more litigant.