The radio station will have the same format of classical music it had before it went off the air in September.
Drug agents find crack cocaine, cash and a loaded weapon in Shaun Barry's room.
The victim is expected to survive, according to Maine State Police.
"This is a case about ... hind-sighting, scapegoating, second-guessing and muddling," Exxoon Mobil's lawyer tells the jury.
Sea Dogs righthander Matt Barnes, the top-rated Red Sox pitching prospect, struggled in his short Double-A debut.
Matthew Peterson, 38, surrenders without incident.
The New London police chief resigned last week after he allegedly told a woman he'd drop charges against her in exchange for nude photographs.
Carriers achieve their second best result in the 23 years that quality of service has been rated.
Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan drastically changed the economic and political landscapes in both of their countries.
Police say the 65-year-old man unlawfully touched a 30-year-old woman to whom he offered spiritual counseling at his home.
A second brilliant start by Clay Buchholz. A clutch homer by Daniel Nava. And suddenly the Red Sox are 5-2, their best start in seven years.
The owner of Don's Sports Cards Center suffers cuts to his head while scuffling with the suspect.
The lawsuit stems from the theft of Hannaford customers' credit card and debit card data.
The upfront payment of $200 million to repay hospitals has now fallen out of favor with Democrats and Republicans.
The widow of the man crushed by machinery sued the operator of the Portland marine terminal.
The mayors said more state investment is needed to spur the economy, create jobs and maintain the state’s crucial infrastructure.
Memorial in North Conway is the first hospital outside Maine to joint the group.
She was the first crush for a generation of boys, the perfect playmate for a generation of girls.
Two multimillion-dollar projects off the Maine coast begin new phases in a fledgling industry that is already aiding the economy.
Loyal fans returned to Fenway on Monday to welcome a new team, a new manager and a new era following a stretch of disappointing seasons.
The School of Music is hit with big cuts, angering students, as officials try to save $5 million.
The Education Committee votes 10-2 against the proposal, which would have taken $1 million from public schools.
Brian Barbour, 53, was in a tent off Commercial Street when he died Saturday from smoke inhalation, officials say.
With fishermen getting $2,000 a pound for their catch, the case underscores the large amounts of money that are changing hands.
Parents and prospective Baxter Academy students are thrilled, but several hurdles still remain.
Blaine Richardson of Belfast says he's going to run in next year's primary and already has a campaign committee in place.
Witnesses debate the merits of some of the 20-plus weapons-related bills before lawmakers.
The image of the Old Man has been a symbol of New Hampshire for generations, appearing on the state quarter, highway signs, and license plates.
Leeland Eisenberg spent about two years behind bars for the November 2007 siege at Hillary Rodham Clinton's Rochester campaign office.
Buckingham Palace said Monday that the queen will be sending a private message of sympathy to the family.
University President Robert Barchi says he wants any instances of bullying or homophobic language to be reported immediately.
Craig Sanborn is accused of fraudulently obtaining $300,000 in grants for a munitions plant in Brownville.
The former British Prime Minister died Monday at age 87.
Love her or loathe her, one thing's beyond dispute: Margaret Thatcher transformed Britain over 11 remarkable years in power.
There are now about 66,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan. That number is to drop to about 32,000 by February 2014, and the combat mission is to end in December 2014.
Private researchers who have analyzed federal data on airline performance say it's not surprising that passengers are irritated.
Maine prices are now more than 33 cents lower per gallon than at the same time last year.
Lawyers for the food companies say the FDA tested products targeted in the lawsuit, and decided levels were below the standards that require a warning.
The paintings span four decades of Wyeth's work and include early western paintings and paintings that were used as illustrations for Robert Louis Stevenson classics.
Simpson served in the Senate from 1979 to 1997. More recently, he was co-chairman of President Barack Obama's commission to reduce the federal deficit.
Flagpole dedicated to honor lives lost in Thresher sinking / Panel to hold public hearing on lobster by-catch proposal / Park officials to close trails to protect peregrine falcons . . . and more news from around the state.
Residents' extra effort pays off for municipalities as they sell commodities to pay for a recycling center.
A bipartisan plan could give Obama the breakthrough he is looking for, but some are threatening a filibuster.
The FBI wants to know if a former program director sought money not to make public a video of a coach.
Polls show broad support for stricter gun control, but the vocal gun-rights supporters wield a lot of influence.
The discovery of a 53-year-old man’s ‘badly burned’ body prompts calls for outreach, as more homeless people forgo shelters to camp outside.
Eighteen of the 19 veterans involved in Sunday's trip were World War II veterans. And it didn't take long for the other visitors to notice the crew from Maine.
An event marks the 19th anniversary of the start of an upheaval that left more than 800,000 Tutsis dead.