The U.S. attorney general recounts times that police seemed to target him because of his race.
David Ortiz’s 30th homer of the season comes in Boston’s fourth straight loss.
A New York investment group buys buildings occupied by Starbucks, Urban Outfitters, Stonewall Kitchen and others, and plans no immediate changes, a broker says.
Keeping substandard crude oil tank cars in service until at least 2017 puts communities nationwide at risk.
After 13 years of serving migrant workers in Washington County’s blueberry barrens, the Vazquez family finds a permanent restaurant home.
At last count, 175 of the terminally ill felines are resting comfortably in her home.
Literacy students at the Harrison Elementary School gain practice reading aloud – to a Dalmation named Ghost.
At Angers Farm in West Newfield, recovering substance abuse addicts find a fresh start through the York County Shelter Program.
On Oct. 15, 1970, Rob Jackson, who was then 22, did something most soldiers wouldn’t do. He ran into the middle of a ferocious firefight – unarmed. He was a conscientious objector in Vietnam. He wanted to serve but he didn’t want to kill anyone.
Andy Gove can tell you a thing or two about lobstering. He’s been doing that job for 77 years in the icy waters of Maine’s Penobscot Bay.
You can’t be around Jacob Allen long without smiling. He’s upbeat, he’s eager to help. He’s also blind – born with a condition called bilateral anophthalmia – born without eyes.
On the streets of Portland, heroin has become a cheaper alternative to prescription drugs while funding for treatment is cut. Read the stories.
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