Brett Lawrie singled home the winning run in the 10th inning, handing first-place Boston their fourth loss in six games.
Speed or alcohol do not appear to be factors in the accident, which occurred shortly before 7 p.m.
Police find more than $3,600 in cash and $8,000 worth of heroin after a car chase ends in Amherst.
William Bulger ruled the state Senate for nearly two decades with a razor-sharp wit and legislative arm-twisting, but was not seen during his brother's summer-long trial.
The property comes with a commanding view, restrictive covenants and the threat of being razed.
The behavior of the 20-year-old man, whose former classmates describe as outgoing and funny, baffles those who knew him.
The Army private accused of leaking classified government secrets pleads with a military judge for a chance to go to college.
Possible rules could impose fines on people who ask drivers for donations or who use profanity or block people on city streets who say 'no.'
Poaching has been a problem in Maine the past two years after elver prices skyrocketed to $2,000 a pound.
Sugar-fed females died twice as quickly as control mice, while sugar-fed males had trouble competing for mates.
The mayor and developers will announce details Thursday about what they say is a 'one-of-a-kind performing arts tenant.'
All residents of the 19-unit apartment building escape unharmed, fire officials say, and damage is heavy.
They will volunteer time or reallocate funds to preserve seventh-grade sports in Portland schools.
Brett Brown of South Portland will take over a team that hasn't won a championship in 30 years.
A person with knowledge of the injury says Brady likely has a left knee sprain and is day-to-day.
The Maine Military Authority, which refurbishes military vehicles, will begin overhauling regional transportation buses for nonprofit agencies.
The groups tailor their message to what they see as the most glaring legal loophole: the largely unregulated private firearms market on the Internet and at gun shows.
They are older now – Malia is 15 and Sasha is 12 – and increasingly leading lives more independent of their parents and with hectic schedules of their own.
The meeting is the result of months of intense diplomacy by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
A gunshot victim and three other people were hospitalized Monday night following the brawl in Guilford between people armed with baseball bats, knives, a Rottweiler and a gun.
A federal judge ordered a pilot program of the cameras and other major reforms to the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk policy this week.
The benefits will be made available to same-sex spouses as long as the service member provides a valid marriage certificate.
A woman reports that she was chased by two young men Tuesday afternoon, but police say no crime occurred.
The former congressman gets 30 months for scheming to spend campaign funds on personal items, and his wife gets one year for filing false income tax returns.
A university says its database helped convict a man of manslaughter, illustrating how the genetic material of pets can be used by crime scene investigators.
The police chief says more warnings than fines are likely to be issued to those who beg on medians.
City planners vote against a proposal to block any piping of the controversial oil.
The airport sent out fire trucks and rescue vehicles late this morning as a precaution.
Jeremy Ray, who lives in Saco, must establish residency in Biddeford to comply with a city ordinance.
The Planning Board's unanimous approval may set the stage for a fish market and restaurant.
The newscast will feature anchor Tracy Sabol and meteorologist Roger Griswold. The station hopes to announce a male anchor soon.
The explosions in the submarine's torpedo compartment sent a huge fireball into the air and sent nearby sailors jumping into the sea in panic.
He reports progress in talks with Democrats on borrowing for infrastructure projects, which would be presented to voters.
The city's police chief says the city has a problem with aggressive panhandling and panhandling in traffic.
The Brownfield man had recently moved to Massachusetts to be close to his son, neighbors say.
Hannah Anderson went online 48 hours after her rescue Saturday and fielded hundreds of questions on social media.
'It was on fire before it hit,' says one witness, but the pilots never made any distress calls.
Police say the three are arrested after they allegedly burst into an apartment, beat a woman with their fists and threaten her boyfriend with a baseball bat.
David Kwiatkowski pleaded guilty today to 14 federal drug charges in exchange for 30 to 40 years in prison.
The Navy views the $3 billion, 600-foot-long ship it plans to build as central to its China strategy.
The governor will speak at an event at the Capitol today hosted by the Maine Military Authority, a company that refurbishes buses.
Cleveland Cruthirds, 27, faces attempted murder and other charges in connection with the December 2011 knife attack on Naomi Swift.
The jobs pay an average of $34,000 a year with benefits.
The vice president, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, quits in protest over the assaults as military-backed leadership imposes a monthlong curfew.
Despite opposition claims that the sale is off, developers for the Congress Square Plaza renovation project say negotiations are going well.
Leslie Land, who died Saturday, earned respect for her food and garden knowledge.
Christopher Jennings, 26, is not facing charges in the death of Margarita Fisenko Scott.
Scores of people across the state have missed appointments after the switch to a new transportation system.
Dozens involved, one shot in Maine brawl that includes dog / Woman injured in Aug. 6 rollover dies / Appeal date set for man in killing of two adults, boy ... and more news from around the state.