After Robert Wade ran away during his trial for a 1982 burglary, he was convicted in absentia.
Cody Ross, not re-signed in the offseason, returns to Fenway with Arizona and hits a key homer.
The accident on Elm Street involved multiple vehicles.
Health officials say anyone who was scratched or bitten by a skunk at Six Flags New England should contact them.
Boston's WBZ and WSBK are among those that go dark. Many more customers also lose access to Showtime, TMC, FLIX and Smithsonian channels.
The search area has been narrowed to a section of rough terrain and sudden drop-offs, and wardens are now seeking only trained searchers.
Also Friday, Maine U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud introduces a bill that would effectively ban the practice of one-person crews on freight trains.
But the man who lived in the woods by himself for almost three decades probably won't be charged in hundreds of other burglaries because of the statute of limitations.
They don't have to eat bugs or fend off predators, but they must use their smarts.
The Ohio man, who was injured in a fall, slowly makes his way down the trail until help arrives.
The change will allow BIW to do more of the work on a DDG-1000 destroyer.
Its tax increment financing proposal says a new outfitting hall would make Bath Iron Works more competitive.
Matthew Dyer was released from an intensive care unit Friday morning, though he still faces a lengthy recuperation.
A $9 million contract for dredging Portland Harbor has been awarded to a Massachusetts company.
Police say the 69-year-old man owed money to Stephen Rakes and acted alone.
The sale of the property at 58 Fore St. suggests the eastern waterfront is poised for development.
One of the more visible faces of American men's distance running will compete Saturday, but no American runner has ever won the Beach to Beacon since its inception 16 years ago.
About 250 people fill First Baptist Church for a service that included a video of Drew talking about some of the challenges she faced because she had cystic fibrosis.
The agency wanted to seize the forklift to pay back taxes, but Patrick Doyon hid the machine before it could be towed away.
Police say William Morse had 61-year-old Richard Bellitieri's driver's license, credit cards and Social Security card when they arrested Morse on a drunken-driving charge in July.
They say they are worried about alienating women and young people, who disproportionately favor abortion rights.
The comic and TV host last hosted the awards ceremony in 2007.
Wardens say an 82-year-old man who went for a swim near his home was found dead by his wife about 20 feet from shore.
The legislation co-sponsored by Rep. Chellie Pingree comes in the aftermath of a July rail accident in Quebec that killed up to 47 people.
Saco & Biddeford Savings of Westbrook opens a 7-0 lead against Bangor in a winners' bracket game before play is suspended because of rain.
Officials say the potential for terrorism was particularly acute in the Middle East and North Africa, with a possible attack occurring on or coming from the Arabian Peninsula.
An expert assesses a video made by lobstermen that shows the shark eating a whale carcass about five miles from Boothbay Harbor’s inner harbor Tuesday.
The experts meet with residents, business owners and the governor as they focus on large parcels of land near the airport and the Wells town line.
As the ranking member of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, Collins and her staff spent weeks crafting the bill.
The arrests in Saco and Kennebunk are a result of undercover operations that stem from complaints, police say.
Police say the 24-year-old Manchester man had white powder on his shirt and a ring of white powder around one nostril.
The modest increase was still enough to help lower the unemployment rate to 7.4 percent, a 4 1/2-year low.
A section of Route 25 in Standish near the Gorham town line was closed for several hours Friday morning.
The crash happened at mile marker 25 northbound at 9:19 a.m., authorities said.
The new Memorial Bridge, between Kittery and Portsmouth, N.H., is expected to have its official ribbon-cutting on August 8.
The other pilot involved in the mid-air collision shortly before midnight was able to fly back to a Maryland air base.
The ski area, which founded as Snowcrest in 1955 and took on its current name in 1968, closed in March after failing to attract new investors.
John Hammack of Madras, Ore., died at the scene Thursday after being hit by a falling tree while removing fuels in the path of a fire in the high Cascades.
At a salon just off Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, the treatment is promoted as a way to keep the face soft and smooth using an enzyme in the poop to gently exfoliate the skin.
Kevin Carroll, the Florida man who created the dolphin tail prosthesis portrayed in film, met with local amputees, like Roland McLaggan, who are learning to live with prostheses.
Plans call for sculptor Lei Yixin to carve grooves over the former words to match existing horizontal marks in the memorial.
Two adults and three teenagers in the studio were taken to hospitals.
The 83-year-old Bulger tells a judge that his decision not to take the stand is "involuntary" and that he hasn't received a fair trial.
In the past 20 years, more than 110 chicks have fledged on Mount Desert Island.
Man charged with murder of accountant last seen in 2012 / Maine sanctuary offers refuge to escaped Guinea Hog / Man charged after brandishing shotgun ... and more news from around the state.
Mrs. Lemke was known for her big laugh, her high-heeled shoes and for filling nearly every inch of the white board with thick black marker.
Among the 10 students in Friday's first group of graduates is a young Maine man who had struggled at a traditional school.
Looking for the fine line between religion and human psychology? Try the sidewalk outside Planned Parenthood in Portland.
Safety controls are scattered at a time when more of the slow-speed vehicles are operated off golf courses.
It would transport crude from Alberta to New Brunswick, skirting Maine and likely reducing the need for trains.
Some deductibles would be high, but subsidies would reduce costs for Mainers with lower incomes.
Mixing several batches of leaves can be a source of problems, although the industry has improved.
Many waterfront residents feel their properties are being unfairly targeted.