David C. Haas survived two tours of duty in Iraq, but died Jul 28 after being hit by a bus in South Korea.
Two-thirds of people questioned in a survey Sunday said they watch the prime-time Olympics telecast even if they know the results ahead of time.
MANCHESTER -- J&S Oil faces federal sanctions, including a potential fine of up to $177,500, as the result of a March incident in which some 1,500 gallons of oil spilled onto the ground and spread to a neighboring property and drainage ditches.
Over the next two years, the grant will fund the training of solar electric instructors across the state.
"This is a training the trainer program," said Dana Doran, director of the college's energy programs.
The first complaint about Raymond Melville came after other alleged abuse incidents, a judge rules.
Under the best of circumstances, the New England Patriots' offensive line was going to be reshuffled this season after starting left tackle Matt Light announced his retirement this spring . . .
Stephen Collins' motorcycle hits a stone wall
The farmer destroyed at least 7 police vehicles. "We had nothing to pursue him with," said Chief Deputy Philip Brooks.
Tuukka Rask was caught off guard when he heard fellow Bruins goalie Tim Thomas decided not to play next season. But he's ready to lead the Bruins to another championship.
Opponents of the wireless devices succeed in their push for a fully litigated look at safety issues.
Michael Phelps added to his medal collection with his first individual gold medal of the London Games, and handed Ryan Lochte a double disappointment on his rival's final night in the pool.
A Wisconsin company is recalling 37,000 pounds of frozen bacon cheeseburger patties that were distributed through Walmarts because they may contain pieces of gasket.
The Senate Appropriations Committee voted 17-13 against an amendment that would have allowed federal contractors to lay off employees without warning.
The collection bin in the department's lobby is accessible 24 hours a day, every day of the week.
The plane that departed from Portland Jetport came within 800 vertical feet and nine-tenths of a lateral mile of another aircraft because of a miscommunication.
Drake Britton gets the win on the mound as Portland improves to 50-62.
Regulators say several important groundfish species are in poor shape and some catch limits will have to be reduced sharply.
A key part of the tax package is a two-year provision to protect middle-and upper-income taxpayers from being hit by the alternative minimum tax,
Police say a man wanted in connection with a string of downtown burglaries has been arrested in Florida.
Noah Keene had his hand severed in a freak accident in June involving a jump rope and two cars.
Rev. Robert Carlson jumped to his death last year after learning about the sex-abuse investigation.
Two Girl Scouts researched veterans who are buried in unmarked graves and led the effort to clean up the cemetery.
The proposal, up for a final vote Aug. 16, lays the biggest increases on truckers and cash customers.
The former U.N. secretary-general has called a press conference to speak to the press today.
Judge Edward Burmila says the former police officer still can get a fair trial despite prosecutors' missteps.
The pharmacy in the Shaw's supermarket was robbed last night, police say.
Bancroft Street is closed to traffic, but not Brighton Avenue.
The U.S. hadn't lost a competitive race in the eight since winning the world title in 2006.
A total of 1,584 counties in 32 states have been designated primary disaster areas this growing season.
Judge calls Mike Beaulieu a "violent recidivist who will remain a threat to society until the day he dies."
The US Airways jets carrying 192 passengers and crew members came within seconds of a midair collision on Tuesday afternoon.
Jermal Ponds also had a loaded handgun and a 12-inch bayonet when he was arrested.
Michelle Obama's events in Laconia and Manchester are free and open to the public.
An independent committee would decide which local charities would receive funding from Steve Woods.
Using the app, workers and supervisors can calculate the heat index for their worksite.
The turnpike authority board is meeting Thursday at turnpike headquarters in Portland.
Emily Allen-Perry, 22, was driver, lookout or both during most of the crimes, and she pawned stolen items at jewelry stores.
President Bush endorses Charlie Summers for Maine's U.S. Senate seat / Sabbatus man gets 15 years for stabbing woman and her rescuer ... and more news from around the state.
Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier whip up a huge wedding supper in the 'Top Chef Masters' competition on Bravo network.
The scheduled recipients of voter-approved development funds want to know why some cities are getting the money, while others are being frozen out.
Thomas Nelson, who embezzled $900,000 from the York County Community Action program, drove a $1,200 used Volkswagen Beetle.
The Town Council will decide Tuesday whether to put renovation options on November's ballot.
Extending the tax cuts is a hot topic, and Maine's Senate hopefuls give a yes, a no, and a qualified yes.
As the Downeaster nears scheduled service, residents and businesses are concerned about the train's whistle.
It was December 1979 when Emery Lucier learned the concert he was eagerly awaiting in Rhode Island by British rock band The Who had been canceled over safety concerns . . .
His wife will be sentenced later for her role in the scheme to bring drugs from Florida to distribute.