And Boston sets a franchise record by winning its eighth straight series opener.
As the Governor's Office holds off on approving the large purchase, districts are facing budget deadlines and training uncertainties."
Without additional financial support, its executive director says, the Joyful Harvest Neighborhood Center will have to close in June.
The Senate Thursday night approved legislation that will end air traffic controller furloughs. The bill will now go to the House for a vote.
It's the first time since the 1970 merger of the NFL and AFL that offensive tackles went 1-2.
Artel will not continue its appeal of a consent agreement regulating a rock quarry on Spring Street.
The House and Senate approve the bill, which goes to Gov. LePage.
Other members of Congress from the Northeast join in the effort to squelch a study of charging people who enter the United States by land.
The Town Council will hold a public hearing Monday, followed by a vote on the proposal.
Four former Hostess snack cake bakeries – in Illinois, Kansas, Georgia and Indiana – are scheduled to re-open within eight to 10 weeks.
A crowd triple the size of the small town's entire population gathers to mourn the 14 first responders who died last week in a fertilizer plant explosion.
The new law will require suicide prevention awareness training for all school personnel and advanced training for some.
The bill, which passed 93-55 Thursday, would restore about $7 million in funding cuts over the next two years.
Sunil Tripathi was identified through a forensic dental exam, but a cause of death has not been determined.
The oversight panel could approve an independent review of a lunch meeting between Gov. Paul LePage and unemployment hearing officers.
Istar, who washed up in Long Island, N.Y., migrated yearly between Maine and the Caribbean.
Their mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, says the decision to immigrate to the United States was a big mistake.
Chinese authorities have shut down live poultry markets in many affected regions, which seems to have slowed down the virus.
According to a law enforcement official, the FBI had Everett Dutschke under surveillance but he slipped away on Wednesday.
The subtext to the dedication of George W. Bush's presidential center is the question of whether a member of both families will run for president in 2016.
The 15 people who lost limbs will face some of the biggest expenses. Artificial legs can cost more than $50,000 each. And they have to be replaced at least every few years.
New York City officials say the suspects had a pressure cooker bomb and five pipe bombs they intended to detonate.
Katherine Russell has switched to using her maiden name.
Opponents warn that the bill weakens open-records law, but supporters say it protects the privacy of law-abiding citizens.
House GOP Leader Kenneth Fredette said the two bills would have brought jobs to Maine by making the state more attractive to businesses.
In France, the Senate holds hearings on ways to fight doping in the sport.
In a letter to Maine municipal leaders, the governor says he welcomes "any suggestions town officials have to cut elsewhere in the state budget, but it is time for everyone to set complaints aside and offer solutions."
The White House informes members of Congress that intelligence agencies believe Assad's regime has used sarin, a nerve agent, 'on a small scale in Syria.'
The U.S. Senate sends to the House a bill to allow the FAA to shuffle funds so it can stop furloughs and flight delays.
Timothy Fowler, who suffered from Alzheimer's disease, walked away from an adult day-care center and died of natural causes, police say.
Thos. Moser, the Maine producer of high-end furniture, built the seating used at the Bush library dedication.
Christie's auction house says it is one of the largest collections of Wyeths it has ever sold.
Michael Skakel, who is serving 20 years to life in prison for the 1975 bludgeoning of Martha Moxley, says his attorney failed to track down a witness who supported his alibi and others who could rebut a claim he confessed to the crime.
"I am going there to see my son and bury my older one," Anzor Tsarnaev said Thursday in an emotional meeting with journalists.
However, George W. Bush on Wednesday told CNN he thought Jeb Bush should run.
Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter take the stage together Thursday to dedicate the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
Akeem Harris, 23, is charged with murder in connection with the April 9 stabbing death of 30-year-old Thomas Taylor.
The tune has become a source of comfort following the explosions at the Boston Marathon.
The Wales girl allegedly wrote the word "bomb" Monday afternoon on a middle school bathroom mirror, triggering an evacuation and a search with an explosive-sniffing dog.
Police responding to a report of a suicidal person say the 71-year-old man came out of his home and threatened troopers with a "shootout."
Prosecutors say Terri Arsenault of Mechanic Falls a group home's credit card to buy gas, groceries and other household goods, and to take her daughters on an outing to Boston.
The four walking and four bus tours will take guests through a part of Bangor's history with a different focus.
Hundreds of rescuers worked through the night and into today amid the cries of the trapped and the wails of workers' relatives gathered outside the building.
Three people identified as workers with Oil Recovery Co. are in critical condition with burn-related injuries.
Gary Hirshberg also will receive an honorary degree at the May 26 event.
The report also finds oil consumption is down in the commercial sector by 20 percent, and in the industrial sector by a significant 40 percent, since 2007.
Imagine this: A bag-toting tourist walks into a Portland bar: "Where do I find the Westin Hotel?" . . .
"This was a necessary step ... after the selling price for elvers changed and this gold rush mentality developed," says one state senator.
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The chairman of the board of the Maine Turnpike Authority speaks out at an ethics symposium.
Ms. Emerson was also an accomplished artist and musician. Until six months ago, she played the euphonium in the Casco Bay Concert Band.
While the administration maintains its opposition to pot, proponents of legalization remain hopeful.
Baxter Academy still expects to enroll the 140-plus students projected in its request to open, but has only 105 now.
The U.S. ambassador says she's been assured the nation will extradite those held for bilking Americans, including hundreds of Mainers.