With the win, Boston remains in first place in the Atlantic Division.
China’s efforts to curb dependency on the fossil fuel will slow the pace of growth to 2.3 percent a year, the International Energy Agency says.
If the vote is successful, a committee would begin negotiating the district’s future.
Gas prices are also likely to be lower in 2017 as the nation’s energy future stays on a positive path.
Children's advocates say a video featuring fighter jets as escorts injects militarism into the holiday.
The proposal would help clarify which of them lose the right to own guns under federal law, an advocate says.
Police say Michael Fongemie has been the target of an ongoing investigation.
The land donation and the new easement ensure that Katahdin Lake ''will forever remain the pristine and beautiful lake envisioned by Percival Baxter.'
Ritchie Incognito was suspended Nov. 3 in the wake of the team’s bullying scandal.
The surprise donation was given to the center by Idexx Laboratories.
Researchers say the chemicals are at best ineffective and at worst a threat to public health.
The union president says layoffs are unlikely and the reasons LePage cites for the notices do not apply.
Their attorneys say the three reported problems with foreclosure papers as soon as they learned of it.
Fire crews evacuated one building after the plow hit the storage tank. No one was injured.
Disagreeing with a secret court, the federal judge says the data collection amounts to unreasonable searches.
The new album sets a record for first-week domestic digital sales.
When bitter cold sets in, Portland’s shelters overflow, teams fan out to help substance abusers, and some on the street have the skills to avoid freezing.
Chris Probert, 93, whose body was found in the driveway, died of smoke inhalation and burns, officials said.
Thamsanqa Jantjie never went to trial for the 2003 killings because authorities determined he was not mentally fit to stand trial, his family said.
The attack comes as hundreds of thousands of Shiite pilgrims are making their way to Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen.
Meanwhile, Claire Davis, 17, who was shot point-blank, is listed in critical condition at a Colorado hospital.
The bankrupt City may have to sell off its impressive art collection to pay creditors.
The girl was last seen Saturday night playing outdoors near her home. Her body was found about five hours after she was reported missing.
Speculation among students was that the email was a hoax to delay final exams.
Tip leads officers to Jeep stolen from Machiasport Sunday.
The vessel Just In Time started taking on water Sunday morning about a mile offshore from Jonesport.
The restaurant’s fiberglass cows, which had been visible for years from Route 1 in Saugus, sold for as much as $1,800 each.
Sean Houlihan and Natalie Ferland, who are unmarried, were fired from their jobs as teachers at a Roman Catholic school after revealing that they were expecting a baby together.
The bridge will be closed to all traffic from midnight to 5 a.m. Monday through Friday this week for machinery and guide rail adjustments.
The invasive species has recently proliferated to the point where it’s having serious impacts on the clam fishery.
The event for Portland High School, Kennebunk High School and Lewiston Regional Tech Center is aimed at spurring students’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
Lawmakers agree that Wildlife Services, which activists accuse of ‘going rogue,’ must reveal its activities.
She volunteered her time at church and with the temperance movement
Officials will meet Monday to discuss the Congress Street experiment and the feasibility of repeating it.
Most people, however, are OK with texting and email.
Officials who would have to comply argue that it can take months to fulfill such requests because of a bombardment of queries seeking hundreds of pages of records
The lawyers from the Portland firm Drummond and Drummond were involved in the foreclosure case that brought attention to the national mortgage industry crisis.
In response to the Bayside project’s adjustment for flood threats, the city plans to elevate a section of Somerset Street.
Teen killed in Lisbon Falls accident / Police warn about man deemed dangerous / Hannaford issues ground beef warning / Greenhouse operation donated to college
The winter tradition is inextricably linked to Christmas.
Willard Carroll, a Hollywood movie and TV producer, hopes to open a museum to house his ‘Oz’ collection.
Crashes involving troopers show many drivers don't give emergency vehicles enough room, state police say.
The Ethics Commission investigation of a two-year-old failed gambling initiative reveals wheeling and dealing.
All Metro-North trains have the automatic speed control, but it’s not usually set for curve overrides.
Munjoy Heights would include 29 condos and a new kind of street design employing a concept called ‘woonerf.’
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.