His Senate rival's campaign says the ex-governor is griping about attacks like ones he used 18 years ago.
Jacoby Ellsbury and Carl Crawford each doubled twice and Adrian Gonzalez once as the Red Sox their second straight game.
Steven Searcy had one of the most thankless, unglamorous jobs in law enforcement . . .
"To blame Bobby Valentine for the Red Sox being .500 at this point in the season is simply wrong," John Henry says.
Best Buy Co. said it would consider the offer but called it "highly conditional." And analysts are skeptical that former Chairman Richard Schulze's opening offer of $24 to $26 per share would get a deal done.
The Maine State Employees Association argued that state's right to reorganize or hire contractors expired with the last contract.
With winds dying down, crews are making progress in battling a wildfire on near Spencer Mountain.
Former Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger claims he was given immunity for his 19 alleged murders.
The man is identified and interviewed but is not charged with any crimes.
Sen. Olympia Snowe and a Maine high schooler campaigned for the changes to protect the 'sanctity' of military funerals.
Police said the car burglaries were reported over the weekend on Beech Ridge Road and Ottawa Woods Road.
State officials don’t want the plant closing in Canada to spread to other processors and leave Maine with a backlog of product.
The three people injured during a fatal shooting at a Sikh temple in a Milwaukee suburb are still in critical condition.
The abuse of the boy has been going on for years, according to a police affidavit.
Olympians who earn gold medals receive $25,000, silver winners get $15,000 and bronze winners pick up $10,000 — but as of now, they all have to pay taxes on their winnings.
A planned ordinance would ban dogs from beaches from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m. June 15 to Sept. 15.
It is First Title's first state title. It will play Thursday in the Northeast Regional Tournament against Woonsocket, R.I.
Mayor Brennan says he will form an advisory committee and use the city's Human Resources Department to find a suitable candidate.
City officials will meet Thursday to talk over the complaints and whether they should plan other major concerts at Portland's East End park.
The demonstrators believe the 21-turbine project is destroying a pristine ridgeline and has little environmental benefit.
The passenger in the car, Austin Frew, 18, of Rhode Island, is wanted for robbery in Massachusetts, police said.
The previous nationwide search produced 55 applications, and cost the city more than $20,000 to interview and assess the talents of five finalists.
The campaign releases an Internet ad today in response to King's criticism of U.S. Chamber of Commerce's television ads attacking his record as governor.
Police issue a summons to 30-year-old Renee Paine for criminal use of disabling chemicals.
Police say 37-year-old Nelida Lozada was taken to the hospital for surgery and is expected to survive.
Police say the 20-year-old Manchester man stripped his victim, burned him with a hot knife and glued his lips shut in July 2011.
The 40-year-old Army veteran trained in psychological warfare before he was demoted and discharged more than a decade ago.
Capt. David Haas, 30, was struck by a city bus in Seoul on the night of July 27.
The bones showed characteristics of having been frozen and then thawed, indicating they had been outdoors through the winter.
"Tonight, on the planet Mars, the United States of America made history," said Obama.
The stock car raceway's manager says he's so deep in debt he can't afford to pay purse money to winning drivers.
Romney and the RNC raised more than $101 million in July, compared to the $75 million that Obama and the DNC brought in.
Supporting their son, who is serving 45 years in prison for murder, is the driving force behind a couple's return to Maine. "Just about everything we do is about Peter."
Prime Minister Riad Hijab is the highest level government official to defect in the 17-month uprising.
At $3.69 per gallon, the average cost in Maine is well above the national average.
The UMaine student spent a week living in a nursing home where staff treated her as if she was 85.
The man is expected to be arraigned today in what Akron police say may have been an attempted mercy killing.
While the rest of the country is virtually ad-free, the Obama and Romney campaigns are going at it in those really competitive states.
The Maine Warden Service says 52-year-old Ross Staples of Orland was operating his jet ski on Toddy Pond on Sunday when he fell off.
Luke Bryant, 20, told police he was trying to unjam his shotgun when he accidentally pulled the trigger and shot Tyler Seaney, 19.
Lacking a framework for how to use tax increment financing fairly and wisely has led to something of a free-for-all. Now, some city officials say it's time to set limits.
Auto Europe's CEO says he'll take his company elsewhere if his expired agreement isn't extended.
AUGUSTA -- From small towns to Portland, from sheriff's departments to the Maine State Police, there used to be a long line of applicants to be police officers. Not any more, and law enforcement agencies often are in competition for officers.
Despite losing both his arms and legs to an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan, Staff Sgt. Travis Mills is fond of saying the explosion didn't end his life; it just made him more unique.
Responders battling wildfire atop Big Spencer Mountain / Two facing charges linked to theft of copper piping / Getaway driver in robbery sent to prison for 22 months . . . and more Maine news.
More than half the nation's counties have been declared natural disaster areas due to the drought.
Politics and a U.S. Senate logjam over other court nominees stall work on replacing George Singal.
Programs are being scaled back despite evidence that early training provides a foundation for later success in school.
A campaign by two children has city officials looking to change a new playground at the former Adams School.
It's 'a total mess' of trash and personal items, much like after the July 4th fireworks.
The arrival was an engineering tour de force, debuting never-before-tried acrobatics packed into "seven minutes of terror" as Curiosity sliced through the Martian atmosphere at 13,000 mph.
Syrian rebels release a video purporting to show 48 abducted Iranians as violence continues.
The 'Can Opener' has been struck several times, and other trucks have had to back up, tying up traffic.
She recorded 80 albums and flouted preconceptions of what a female singer should be.
A national organization gives $250,000 to the Maine group seeking legalization.
Police, who kill the man in a shootout, describe the attack as domestic terrorism but suggest no motive.
Hundreds are evacuated and phone service to one of the Canary Islands is at risk of being cut off.