The third-string quarterback is at times efficient and erratic in the preseason finale.
One night after coming back for a 4-3 win, Boston is handcuffed while David Ortiz's slump continues.
The agreement calls for annual fixed payments to the town of $15.2 million, plus nearly $3 million upfront.
July was the best month for sales in years, with around a 20 percent increase over last year.
The shelter will be the third named in honor of Lyman Pope, including one in Rockland, Maine.
The Bruins have signed Peter Chiarelli, who built the team that reached the Stanley Cup Finals twice in three years, to a four-year contract extension.
Meanwhile, organizers for the Boston Marathon say they'll accept an extra 9,000 runners for next year's race.
Of the proposals, the largest at $100 million would fund transportation projects.
At a central Maine hearing, state officials are told the insurance setup with Maine Med will cause financial and physical hardship.
The historic announcement includes legally married gay couples who live in states that have banned same-sex marriage.
Maine Preservation shines a spotlight on the aging structures and says saving them helps communities.
Meanwhile, the federal government accepts Riverview psychiatric hospital's correction plan.
The unusual step comes amid growing concern about the overuse of acetaminophen, a pain-relieving ingredient that's the nation's leading cause of sudden liver failure.
Robel Phillipos met the suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, while they were students at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and is accused of lying to police.
Rep. Howard McKeon, R-Calif., says the administration is in the process of declassifying evidence that the Syrian government used chemical weapons against its own people.
Authorities say Robel Phillipos is facing up to 16 years in prison in connection with two federal criminal counts.
Ocean Renewable Power wins two Department of Energy grants that will help it develop its technology and add jobs.
The policy director for the Marijuana Project calls today's decision 'a major and historic step toward ending marijuana prohibition.'
Economists expect growth to stay at that rate in the second half of the year, helped by steady job gains and less drag from federal spending cuts.
All former players are eligible to seek care, screening or compensation from a pot of $765 million.
The move signals Obama's intent to show he hasn't lost sight of the cause he took up after 20 first graders and six adults were gunned down last year in Newtown, Conn.
His legislative experience and fundraising ability make him a top contender, despite two prior losses in that district.
The tentative jet contract calls for the North Berwick plant to make 38 units at a lower cost than its last order.
Police found some of the drugs at the feet of a 6-year-old child in a car.
David Marsters resigns – with an apology – just as Sabattus selectmen were to review his status.
Police say Rumford resident Jean Bolduc was killed after his truck drifted into oncoming lane.
Police say Rodman Johnson, 70, passed out while driving on Route 1 Thursday morning.
Regulators are checking for improper cargoes and testing flammability in the wake of the deadly Quebec crash.
Police are investigating why the dump truck driver swerved around another vehicle and hit the train.
Arrested were Corey Brume, 20, of Lewiston, Paul Farrell, 21, of Lewiston, and Devin Charest, 22, of Auburn.
Registration will begin Sept. 9, with the fastest qualifiers getting the chance to sign up first. It will continue through the end of the week.
Eloise Vitelli of Arrowsic won the District 19 election to fill a seat left vacant by the resignation of Democratic Sen. Seth Goodall.
A tractor-trailer moving into the passing lane taps the rear of her car, sending it into the median, where it rolls over, state police say.
A report by the Office of the Director for National Intelligence outlining that evidence is thick with caveats.
He says Obama should provide 'a clear, unambiguous explanation of how military action – which is a means, not a policy – will secure U.S. objectives.'
Restaurant owners say they would have to raise prices and reduce jobs to pay people $15 an hour.
The House must still approve the allocation, which would be split between the Northeast, Alaska and Gulf Coast fisheries.
The protests are part of what organizers say are similar walkouts planned in dozens of cities today.
Police say a man killed a woman and wounded her son, 22, in what was 'not a random act.'
The 41-year-old coal miner-turned-cop says his message – that the federal government is too big, too powerful and wants to grab guns – is resonating with a segment of the public.
Bangor police say 26-year-old Jeffrey Parfitt is accused of doing an inappropriate exam on the girl after asking her father to leave.
On the agenda: a $149.5 million bond package for roads and education and a bill to create a prison mental health wing.
Mrs. Andrewsa was adedicated employee of the former Union Mutual Insurance Company, who balanced work and family with grace and ease.
Seven wounded veterans and their families are guests for Founders Week at Camp Kennebec.
The Friends of Congress Square Park is focusing on changing Portland's land bank ordinance.
The Portland assisted-living facility has shown disrespect and hasn't provided clear details about the future, families say.
Maine's senator channels one of his favorite figures from history – Civil War hero Joshua Chamberlain – to mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Jennifer Dore allegedly did not immediately report the apparent abduction of two children.
One is apparently not the loneliest number anymore, as more people young and old choose to live solo.
Driver won't face charge in death of paving worker / Man charged with arson to have mental evaluation / Planning Board to consider shipyard's plan for new hall ... and more news from around the state.
The Portland street will reopen to traffic soon. But the calm of the months-long closure could return on a regular basis.
The state, ranked fifth in per-capita health spending, is devising strategies for efficiencies when Obamacare arrives.