Scientists at a Portland symposium say further study is needed to determine what is causing problems in the ocean.
The Red Sox scored six runs in the bottom of the ninth inning, capped by a Daniel Nava walk-off blast off the centerfield wall.
Jake Peavy last appeared in the postseason in 2006. He's hoping that slump is about to end.
The number of injuries that force a player to miss at least eight days is seemingly jumping every year.
While the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service looks into the case, the town weighs possible changes to its ordinances governing when dogs can be on beaches.
The crash occurs when a New York man changes his mind and re-enters traffic from an off-ramp.
"People are trying to paint me as a monster, and I'm not a monster," Ariel Castro says.
Edwin Alemany, 28, also faces charges of attacking two other women last week in South Boston and is undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.
An attorney blames high construction costs, while a former town councilor expresses frustration that the town lost its only movie theater.
Karyn Victoria Kundishora-Nowlin, 30, died at a Portland hospital after staff at the jail's medical unit found she had low blood pressure Wednesday.
Richard Bellitieri may have been missing for a year before his skeletal remains were found near his home, police say.
People bought more than 13,000 copies of the issue, more than double the magazine's average sales for previous years.
The prosecutor complains that Bulger is trying to salvage his public reputation by showing himself 'holding all sorts of animals.'
Michael Prieto was accused in a scheme that included straw buyers and falsified mortgage applications, and targeted homeowners in distress and mortgage companies anxious to bundle and sell mortgages.
Maine's education chief reaffirms his support for the ideas of Tony Bennett, who stepped down as Florida's education commissioner amid scandal on Thursday.
The law imposes fines on individuals accused of spreading 'propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations' to minors. Gay pride rallies also are banned.
During an appearance at the Maine Lobster Festival, the governor also touts a new law that will pump more money into marketing Maine lobster.
Psychologists and others testify in the competency hearing for one of the four people accused of arson, who has an IQ of 55.
Police also distribute a flier as they seek information.
Congress heads out of Washington this week for a five-week vacation, leaving the mess to be dealt with in the fall.
The Consumer Reports survey ranks Maine Medical Center in Portland the lowest among six Maine hospitals for surgery safety.
The coroner's office says it has identified 38 bodies in the crash that killed 47 and will work to identify the rest.
The braking system in an antique fire truck failed during the Bangor/Brewer Fourth of July parade.
Police blocked off the area and had detained the person who allegedly had the gun.
But rather than blaming the workers themselves, the report says it is employers who are not taking full advantage of workers’ abilities.
Lifeguards kept a close eye on waters around the beach Thursday but again saw no sign of any shark.
As he's sentenced to life without parole, Ariel Castro blames his three kidnappings on a sex addiction, his former wife and even the FBI.
The pipeline will terminate in Saint John, New Brunswick, where TransCanada and Irving Oil will build a new deep-water marine terminal.
A Winslow man has been charged with murder in the death of Justin Smith, who was shot outside You Know Who’s Pub in December
A 43-year-old man is charged with negligent homicide and aggravated driving while intoxicated for the July 20 crash that killed Leah Fonda of St. Paul, Minn.
The Standard & Poor's 500, the Dow Jones industrial average and the Russell 2000 index set all-time highs.
An early morning blaze in Augusta damaged the offices of Marketing Unlimited as well as second-floor apartments.
Tony Bennett faces allegations he changed the grade of a charter school run by a major Republican Party donor.
Fires broke out this morning on Whitney and Joseph avenues.
New England states now united in embrace of same-sex marriage.
Snowden's whereabouts will be kept a secret for security reasons, his lawyer says.
A nonprofit group is giving up on efforts to raise money to preserve the USS Zuni, which also is the only ship remaining from the Battle of Iwo Jima.
Scholars, preservationists and other critics suspect the library of masking a real estate ploy as a public benefit and say the project will turn a singular institution into 'library lite.'
Officials also are warning Pelham residents to wear long sleeves and use insect repellent containing DEET after dusk.
The grant will fund research into capturing renewable energy from the motion of ocean waves and offshore winds.
The event in Hebron features lawn mower races, mud runs, bobbing for pigs' feet, toilet seat horseshoes and a greased watermelon relay race.
Marijuana farms proliferate in the high Sierra, where armed Mexican cartel operatives clear wilderness areas, divert creeks and poison wildlife.
The resolution designates Aug. 7 as national Lighthouse Preservation Day.
Their lobbyist agrees with a Maine DEP proposal, saying the law has no 'environmental justification.'
The Island Institute, based in Rockland, is holding a symposium on climate change and fisheries.
Less than 10 months after angering customers with a new fee, the cable provider with a low satisfaction rating says it needs more money for upgrades.
The reforms would boost the economy and create 1,486 jobs next year, a report predicts.
Suggestions include boosting the 'circuit breaker' program to ease the burden on low-income residents, which Maine recently eliminated.
Cleared in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, the neighborhood watch volunteer did not get a ticket.
Ex-Maine pastor pleads not guilty to child porn / Drivers taken to hospitals after two-car crash on Route 1 / Lobster lovers already assembling for annual party ... and more news from around the state.
The city stacks up well in a new analysis, but officials still see room for improvement.
Proposed plans under new coverage exchanges include one annual differential of $1,000.
Superstar Joan Benoit Samuelson, a former Olympic gold medalist, returned Wednesday to her hometown, amid preparations for the 16th annual Beach to Beacon Road Race.
Extra security is one impact of the Boston Marathon attacks on Beach to Beacon, but there will also be special touches to support the victims.
He is the second one involved with a Portland podiatrist who wrote prescriptions in exchange for cash and drugs.