Santana promised to bring Malone a set of congas and to help him get on his feet.
Maine Natural Gas and Summit Natural Gas are competing for customers who want to save money by switching fuels.
New England now has won 11 divisional titles under Bill Belichick.
A tractor-trailer jackknifed between Falmouth and Gray, a turnpike spokesman says.
The iPhone 5s and 5c will go on sale in Apple stores and China Mobil stores beginning Jan. 17.
The robbers fled in a black pickup truck, police say.
Route 113 has reopened, but the sheriff’s office describes the accident as ‘serious.’
Brady set the record, which previously belonged to Manning, in 2007.
Maine’s governor calls it 'disgraceful' that the federal government chose to cut benefits for military members in the $47 trillion budget.
Call came in from near Jewell Island
Retailers, banks and credit card issuers can do more to protect against hackers, but don’t want to bear the costs.
A 35-year-old man and 3-year-old child are found dead a short distance away from Columbus Circle and Lincoln Center.
Martin Gorham, 47, fell off the deck of a 71-foot fishing boat off the coast near Boston.
Jay Dardenne says he’d use his influence to help the Robertson family if it can’t reach an agreement with the A&E network.
The letter carrier was shot in his right hand or wrist during a struggle and was treated at a hospital for a serious injury.
Her request for help in ‘giving him a journey’ has sent a young Auburn man’s remains to far-flung places.
Counselors, who have been helping people choose policies, say many are focused only on the upfront cost, not what the insurance companies agree to pay.
The government’s unusually heavy air campaign in Aleppo has killed more than 200 people since Dec. 15.
The freezing rain leaves thousands without power and turns roads treacherous.
The Louisiana Pacific Corporation plant in New Limerick hired 41 new employees last year and is hoping to continue to grow in 2014.
A car hits the pedestrian in the Airport Mall Hannaford’s lot
Police suspect Palestinian militants in bus blast
Violence escalates in the world’s newest country and threatens lives and oil production.
A county-by-county look from Central Maine Power.
Outages in Kennebec and Somerset counties climb, Waterville stores close and Santa stays home, as freezing rain continues to fall.
Eleven employees also could face life in prison in the 2012 blaze that killed 112 workers.
Every year - until 2013 - squabbling in Congress has forced delays of the annual holiday trip.
Tornadoes and wind gusts damage homes and bring down trees and power lines.
In NY Gov. Cuomo declares winter ice storm emergency while Kennebec County takes the brunt in Maine.
Photographers far outnumber women baring their breasts on Ipanema beach Saturday.
Former oil baron Mikhail Khodorkovsky, pardoned after 10 years in jail, meets his family in Germany on Saturday.
Teen playing with a lighter started house fire, chief says / Blaze destroys old church converted into residence / UMaine employee injured when snowplow rolls over
Memorial services for the 270 victims of the terror attack are held in the U.S., Scotland and London.
They send holiday greetings home.
Astronomers say Lovejoy is best seen with binoculars at 6:30 p.m. through year’s end.
Two former teachers aim to preserve Maine’s old ways through new songs for school groups.
Elders in Portland explore ways to push for an end to what they fear could become ethnic civil war.
Called ‘classy, graceful’ in the face of disappointment, she is eager to continue her community service work, including for her girls’ camp in Readfield.
A woman whose daughter died tragically says the group helped her find coping mechanisms.
Lawmakers take steps to avoid diversions of gambling revenue such as last spring’s raid by Gov. LePage to close a budget gap.
A small proportion of districts nationwide report exceedingly high rates.
Champlain College’s program supports nontraditional students in all types of ways.
A nine-year-old support group in Connecticut allows them to speak freely without judgment.
Some go for a specific cause while others are inspired for reasons they can’t quite quantify.
The N.H. valley town that is prone to air inversions will teach people how to burn wood more efficiently.
U.S. Rep. Pingree calls it a ‘do-nothing’ Congress, but she and others note some pluses for Maine.
The incident occurred Saturday night in the parking lot of the Airport Mall on Union Street, police say.