The blaze is in a pile of construction rubbish at the Riverside Street recycling facility.
Henry Owens strikes out 11 in six scoreless innings in his Double-A debut as Portland beats Bowie, 6-1.
Jake Peavy allows four hits in seven-plus innings as the Red Sox beat Arizona, 5-2.
Travis Lawler, who was granted a stay of his prison sentence until Sept. 6, is back in jail.
Micah Kogo of Kenya wins his second Beach to Beacon in three years.
Police try to determine how fast a pickup truck was going when it struck two bicyclists, one of who had a toddler in a child seat.
Bryan Wood, 23, is accused of collaborating with another man on May 6 to start a fire that destroyed two vacant buildings.
'It goes through 6 inches of asphalt with no problem at all. It's coming up through city streets.'
The goal is to reduce panhandling in the city and help some of its neediest residents.
Krige Schabort sets a course record for the men's wheelchair division, 21 minutes, 53 seconds.
Stephen B. Cormier, 57, has been judged incompetent to stand trial on two arson charges related to the March destruction of an apartment house.
Erica Jesseman of Scarborough, who won in 34 minutes, 17.6 seconds, misses the Maine course record by six-tenths of a second.
A polo outing is William's first public appearance since the birth of his son.
Kenyan Joyce Chepkirui pulls away to beat Great Britain's Gemma Steel by 12 seconds.
Saco recovers from a first-game loss with a resounding victory on the coach's birthday.
Riley Masters of Veazie is the first Mainer to finish in 30 minutes, 19 seconds.
Police say there was nothing to indicate a movie was being shot. 'It was just milliseconds from a tragedy.'
'I will say this: There is more than one party that benefits from me not ever stepping back on the field,' he says after homering Friday night for the Double-A Trenton Thunder.
Those rescued include a man who fell off a fishing vessel 2 miles southeast of Wood End near Provincetown.
A 25-year-old Boston resident was hiking south on the Twinway Trail in Bethlehem when she fell.
Twenty-four Maine towns and cities have earned the designation since the state program was launched last year.
The deal will give John Henry the 141-year-old newspaper, its websites and affiliated companies. The price he is paying is less than 7 percent of the Globe's 1993 price.
Searchers are continuing their efforts to find a missing hiker on a rugged section of the Appalachian Trail in western Maine.
The Beach to Beacon, in its 16th running, continues to amaze the elite runners who travel the world
A 15-month-old boy, who was riding in a child bicycle seat, and the male rider were injured after being hit by a car.
The starting horn was sounded by Karen Rand, a former Westbrook resident who lost one of her legs in a blast at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15.
The senator from Maine pushes legislation to define a full-time workweek as 40 hours.
Dick Kazmaier entered the College Football Hall of Fame in 1966 and later championed Title IX.
The fishery will remain open but a board will decide next week on possible regulations.
The Maine Maritime Museum in Bath will display the Fresnel lens valued at $2.5 million.
The 10 graduates of the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences are praised for overcoming challenges.
An associate told police Aaron Hernandez put the firearms away after another friend was shot.
Five vehicles damaged or destroyed in moose collisions / Steep Falls woman sustains serious injuries in crash / No crime suspected in death of Jones Pond swimmer ... and more news from around Maine
The DEP seeks a waiver that environmentalists say is more sweeping than in previous administrations.
After Robert Wade ran away during his trial for a 1982 burglary, he was convicted in absentia.