The Red Sox go 2 for 12 with runners in scoring position and end the trip with a 4-6 record.
The man whose photos showed 'the real Boston bomber' gets a midnight shift in Athol, Mass.
A law likely to take effect in 2014 targets non-tax compliance by Americans with foreign accounts.
Bystanders on shore heard the woman scream, put her on a kayak and brought her to shore
A task force formed by the college also concludes there's no evidence that the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth could have foreseen the actions of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Unsealed warrants reveal that James Lee DiMaggio exchanged more than a dozen calls with the 16-year-old girl in the hours before the slaying.
The woman at the center of the Kennebunk prostitution scandal can refuse to testify against an alleged john.
Gerard Brady will return Aug. 26 to the Cumberland department, which he is suing in a separate matter.
The charter school plans to fix building code violations and start year one on time.
The 'navigator' programs will help explain different plans being offered under the Affordable Health Care Act and assist residents in buying coverage.
The woman was one of three bank employees taken hostage in a standoff Tuesday that ended with the gunman shooting two hostages before being killed by police.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady jogs, drops back to pass and doesn't limp after an apparent knee injury that had fans anxious.
Testimony in the trial of Maj. Nidal Hassan indicates that one victim was shot while trying to charge the gunman.
Engel Entertainment is not saying what the show is about, only that it focuses on a 'unique Maine family' and that it is being considered by the ABC Family cable channel.
With the fourth season of the British TV juggernaut comes a wide range of quirky merchandise.
Prosecutors say James Meyer removed the artworks from Johns' studio without his knowledge between 2006 and 2012 and sold them through a Manhattan gallery.
Launching his Blaine House campaign from a strategic – and symbolic – central Maine city, the Democrat says: ‘I’m ready.’
The government says supporters of the deposed Islamist president torched two government buildings as violence escalates.
Mayor Michael Brennan points to more funding and housing vouchers on the same day police start enforcing a panhanding law.
The Circus Conservatory of America hopes to convert a building on Thompson's Point into a school for up to 120 students.
A state police spokesman says the assignment is not punishment for the unauthorized release of photos of a bloodied Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The Cape Cod nurse offers an inside look at jurors' reactions to testimony in the Boston mobster's trial.
The Bright Star military exercise has been a centerpiece of the two countries' military relations for decades.
The olinguito is a 2-pound member of the raccoon family – with a face like a teddy bear – that lives in the cloud-draped rainforest canopies of Ecuador and Colombia.
The lawyer told Russian news agencies Thursday that Snowden and his father had acted against legal advice.
The former army officer was an accomplished skydiver who starred in one of the most memorable parts of the 2012 Summer Games opening ceremony.
Companies are laying off fewer workers, a trend that has lowered applications for unemployment benefits 14 percent this year. But hiring is still sluggish, resulting in only modest net job growth.
Kansas is among a handful of GOP-dominated states enacting rules to keep noncitizens from voting, but the most visible result is a growing pool of nearly 15,000 residents who've filled out registration forms but can't cast ballots.
Christian Gerhartsreiter gets 27 years to life in prison for the killing of John Sohus, who disappeared along with his wife Linda in 1985.
New security requirements including bag checks at entrances and more police made the event prohibitively expensive, organizers say.
A company is proposing to offer flight instruction and air charter service.
A bronze statue honoring Melville Weston Fuller, former chief justice of the United States, was installed Wednesday at the Kennebec County Courthouse.
The woman was one of four people arrested in January when authorities also seized 18 pounds of the drug with a street value of more than $1.2 million.
A Seattle police department has affixed labels to 1,000 bags of Doritos urging people to check out a marijuana Q&A on its website.
A 22-year-old woman is facing charges following an incident in the emergency room at MaineGeneral Medical Center.
The Bureau of General Services is seeking bidders to provide natural gas to state-owned buildings in Augusta, Hallowell, Waterville and Vassalboro.
Six Maine residents were arrested and charged with criminal trespass on June 27, when they blocked a Pan Am Railways train line and local traffic routes for about two hours.
While commonplace in the early years of manned space flight, the Navy hasn't been used to recover astronauts since 1975, when the USS New Orleans recovered the Apollo spacecraft.
The lawsuit follows an incident in which the guard became embroiled in a physical altercation with a belligerent maximum security inmate in November.
The government has authorized the use of deadly force against protesters targeting police and state institutions while the international community has urged both sides to show restraint.
Woman dies after driving into pool / Graffiti defaces highway mural / Blue shark rescued off Rockport beach ... and more news from around the region.
The Portland agency will use the funds to place AmeriCorps members in underachieving schools.
A traveling technician will serve up to 40 years for spreading hepatitis C with tainted syringes.
Despite thousands of complaints, a top official says it's too early to cancel company contracts, and that MaineCare is pressing for fixes.
Back from the Vietnam war 'broken,' William Partridge traveled around central Maine in a 1977 van.
Planners turn down a proposal for a sixth franchise in the city after many residents oppose it.
Maine State Prison says it has 20 jobs openings to fill / Faulty indicator suspected in plane's emergency landing / Three women arrested in home invasion, beating ... and more news from around the state.
'It's a chapter about the worst in us,' but it's also a story of hope, courage and perseverance, a Portland lecturer says.
Five years ago, Biddeford jewelry maker Coco Corral received an unusual request from an executive in New Mexico.
The Circus Conservatory of America, a degree-granting college, would be the first new tenant for the $100 million Portland development since the project was rolled out in 2011.
Ruth Libby's nonprofit is providing more than 4,500 students with free backpacks filled with school supplies.
Brett Lawrie singled home the winning run in the 10th inning, handing first-place Boston their fourth loss in six games.