The cyberattacks come at a time when the Obama administration is trying to bolster its case for possible military action against Syria.
They say the ex-New England Patriots tight end earned an $82,000 bonus before being accused of murder, and they must protect his rights.
Planning Board members give favorable reviews to the ambitious Bayside plan for apartments and retail space.
The crash took place near Fitzpatrick Stadium and the Deering Avenue overpass.
The development of a young receiving corp and the ability to create a pass rush are key to New England ending its eight-year title drought.
Phineas Sprague, who recently sold the Portland Company Marine Complex, purchased the business as part of his plan to reshape the city's working waterfront.
The international financial services company Barclaycard focuses on banking, credit cards and investment management.
Voters are filling the seat vacated by Democrat Seth Goodall, now with the Small Business Administration.
Angus King was in the crowd on Aug. 28, 1963, when Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.
Public Policy Polling data show the Democrat leading overall and in favorability and approval ratings.
Police say Kyle Berry posted the anonymous videos on YouTube, but his face was reflected off a shiny surface and a package showed his name.
The bill would establish a mental health unit at the state prison where some of Maine's psychiatric patients would be sent.
The third-string quarterback faces another hurdle when all NFL teams must reduce their rosters on Saturday to the regular-season limit of 53.
Barclays says the jobs are full time and include benefits such as health and dental insurance.
One school said it saw as much as a 12 percent drop in lunch sales, and said keeping the program was unsustainable financially.
David Marsters, who is running for Sabattus town selectman, wrote the statement: 'Shoot the ...' followed by a racial slur.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says 333 dolphins have been stranded between New York and North Carolina since July 1.
The money will be used to repair a hangar roof, design a snow equipment building and improved drainage.
Police say Geoffrey Dow, 53, drove into a parked police car during a traffic stop.
Officials said the amount should be enough to cover all but $10 of the cost of each exam.
Facebook and Twitter have become organizing platforms for activists and, as such, have become targets for governments.
The body of Vaughn Giggey III, 40, was found about noon Tuesday near Redington-Fairview General Hospital.
Hernandez has previously pleaded not guilty to murder in connection with the fatal shooting of Odin Lloyd.
The work will span three years with about a third of the communities coming online each year, FairPoint said.
He makes his first response in court to theft charges, but his fate after jail could delay a resolution.
Police say the man charged with hitting three bicyclists while driving drunk appears to have had help with bail.
After hitting bottom at 25.3 at the depths of the Great Recession in February 2009, the index has bounced back. But it has yet to get back to the 90 reading that signals a healthy economy.
Police say Bethmarie Retamozzo was supposed to take her children to a park for a supervised visit but never showed up.
The students are being bused to the neighboring town of Monroe, where a former middle school was renovated for them shortly after the shootings.
The report on last week's chemical attack is seen as a final step before President Obama decides on a military strike.
Entergy says its decision to close the plant is based on a number of financial factors, including low wholesale energy prices and high costs.
Eloise Vitelli tops a Republican and a Green for the seat vacated by Seth Goodall. She'll represent Sagadahoc County and Dresden.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has asked Speaker John Boehner to raise the borrowing limit so that Treasury can keep paying the government's bills.
29-year-old Michael Willis said he was driven by his addiction to drugs, according to his lawyer.
Mark DiGiovanni says the law is on his side, pointing to the 2005 federal Freedom to Display the American Flag Act.
Kenan Adams-Kinard, 16, was arrested without incident early Monday on a warrant for first-degree murder and first-degree robbery.
Zachary Blier, 21, told police he and a friend had been drinking, climbed the statue and the 100-pound plaque fell off.
He says Chelsea Manning does not want sex-reassignment surgery and expects to be kept with men in prison where she's serving time for leaking classified material to WikiLeaks.
The former president recalled seeing a hand holding a large handgun slipping through a crowd at a Sacramento park before a Secret Service agent lunged at Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme.
Schools in Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, the Dakotas and Illinois let out early on Monday as temperatures crept toward the mid-90s – and beyond in some places.
The federal government has threatened to cut $20 million in funding on Sept. 2 unless problems are corrected.
The redevelopment authority says 214 private sector jobs have been created and 24 buildings conveyed to the private sector as of this summer.
Creative Portland is taking on the challenge and plans a Web clearinghouse of potential studios.
A 'last roundup' of concerns over housing proposed for Cumberland Avenue is on tap Tuesday.
Man accused of stealing from popular BBQ joint / Local police captain faces drunken-driving charge / Fair's giant pumpkin title goes to 962-pound gourd ... and more news from around the state.
Three candidates seek election Tuesday to the Senate District 19 seat vacated by Seth Goodall.
State education experts are highlighting promising practices to use as models for other schools.
Patrik Arsenault, a Maine teacher who faces sex charges, is being investigated for possible additional crimes.
Boy, 14, shot in shoulder as his mother drives car / State police getting grant to speed DNA processing / Hernandez's friend's case likely to move to trial court ... and more news from around the region.
A report on attempts to make illegal purchases shows that Maine is one of the two best states in America at thwarting sales to minors.
A Russian newspaper says the man who leaked NSA information stayed at the consulate.
A string of recent crashes in Maine, including one that killed a 4-year-old boy, have put the focus on a growing, popular pastime.
Vaughn Giggey III left his apartment to walk to his mother's house Friday night, but never arrived.