Dylan Libby, a drug addict, will serve seven years in prison for actions the judge calls 'catastrophic.'
An ex-employee last year sued Deen, saying she suffered from sexual harassment and racially offensive talk and employment practices that were unfair to black workers.
He says the president doesn't hate white people, but doesn't deny making the remark.
The town's 2012 assessments 'employ sound and acceptable mass appraisal techniques,' a state officials concludes.
Mei Xiang picks up the cub immediately and begins caring for it.
Family and acquaintances thought the woman in the casket was 50-year-old Sharolyn Jackson, but now authorities must exhume the body.
The coordinated attacks, clearly intended to cause maximum civilian casualties in a predominantly Sunni city, raise sectarian tensions.
New England regroups after a dismal performance in Thursday's preseason loss to the Lions.
Timing is vital in detecting the use of chemicals, but U.N. investigators could face difficulties getting safe passage amid the chaos and violence of civil war.
Patrik Arsenault, hired in June as a special education teacher, has now been banned from all Mt. Blue property.
Nearly 100 workers will lose their jobs, and one reason cited is the loss of repair work to the USS Miami, which was damaged by arson in Maine.
They are hospitalized from hydrogen sulfide that built up in the hold after herring were unloaded.
The Biddeford man allegedly grabbed a police detective through his clothing in a wooded area, which police have been patrolling in an effort to stop illicit behavior.
The actor, a Maine native, says his partner deceived him by not disclosing that he'd be borrowing against the coffee company's assets.
Tanya Singleton is being held on a charge of refusing to testify against the former Patriots tight end.
The refurbisher of military vehicles cites the drawdown of troops and equipment in Iraq and Afghanistan as the reason for the layoffs.
Those who did rally avoided major thoroughfares and squares that had been swamped by Morsi supporters in the weeks since he was toppled in a military coup on July 3.
The Army psychiatrist acknowledged carrying out the attack that killed 13 people and wounded more than 30.
Karl V. Kittredge of Sidney is to serve 1½ years in prison, and his probation on the earlier conviction is revoked.
The incidents, chronicled in a new report by the NSA's inspector general, contradict repeated assertions that no deliberate abuses occurred.
Matthew Dyer, who suffered neck injuries in the attack, had surgery earlier this week.
Karen MacDonald 'does whatever it takes to help kids learn,' her principal at King Middle School says.
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales pleaded guilty in June to avoid the death penalty for massacring Afghan women and children in their homes.
'Run for the Fallen' in Portland provides families of fallen veterans with general assistance funds and scholarships.
Suzanne Nance begins and ends her last 'Morning Classical' program with tears of gratitude.
Spokane, Wash., police say two young men, between 16 and 19 years old, approached Delbert Belton in his car outside an Eagles Lodge as he was waiting for a friend.
Though new homes represent only a fraction of the housing market, they have an outsize impact on the economy.
A handful of strangers have gotten papal phone calls out of the blue after writing him or suffering some personal tragedy.
The NRC and plant operators said there was no threat to public safety.
A 54-year-old man is accused of trying to strangle another member of the household.
In a statement, Ballmer noted that the company is moving in a new direction and needs a CEO that will be there for the longer term.
The Marine Patrol will switch its mission Saturday to searching for the man's body.
Utilities like Georgia's Southern Co. make multi-billion dollar investments based on decades-long economic forecasts, but today's climate of rapidly-changing technology, volatile fuel prices and changing regulations makes it easy to second-guess their decisions.
Police said the 22-year-old woman was on assignment to take pictures of a onetime textile-manufacturing neighborhood when five men confronted her and her colleague.
The president concedes the NSA had 'inadvertently, accidentally, pulled the emails' of some Americans.
At a computer simulation software firm, engineers are designing and testing a virtual model.
Police track down the suspect at a nearby Chili's.
'Even after they have crossed a border to safety, they are traumatized, depressed and in need of a reason for hope.'
Tanya Singleton refused to testify before the grand jury that indicted Aaron Hernandez in the murder of a friend.
Prosecutors say William Morse, 43, killed 61-year-old Richard Bellittieri last year and took Bellittieri's Social Security card, driver's license, and bank cards.
LePage was joined by a half-dozen other governors at the event, which he called 'a big step in the right direction to attract and keep more businesses in the U.S.'
State Rep. James Dill says lawmakers want state agencies to create a threshold for a response such as pesticide spraying.
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Mr. Laliberte was responsible for maintaining and fixing the J.J. Nissen bakery's machines on Washington Avenue for nearly 30 years.
The purported chemical weapons assault that killed at least 100 prompts calls for an urgent investigation.
The president proposes grading schools on affordability, and tying federal financial aid to the results.
Madison's historical society commemorates Robert Rushworth, who flew to an altitude of 55 miles in 1963.
The website called War on the Horizon predicts and advocates a clash with the white race.
Local residents ask how it happened that a student died simply because three teenagers were bored.
A rainy June and disease have delayed the state's tomato harvest and significantly reduced local farmers' yields.
A judge fears a 'run-up' of costs in MM&A's bankruptcy, leaving little funds left to compensate victims of the Quebec disaster.
Rippleffect and the Center for Grieving Children offer a camp experience free of charge to a dozen refugee children.
A settlement allows former partners to proceed separately to sell or develop parcels on the eastern waterfront.
But New Balance, with three plants in Maine, supports an import duty, as six other companies urge eliminating it.
Commissioner Mayhew says there must be 'a significant turnaround' within a matter of weeks.
The 41-year-old actor-director will star as the Dark Knight in the 2015 'Man of Steel' sequel.