The man fled into the wood after his Jeep Cherokee hit a pickup truck on I-295.
The incident occurred at a checkpoint following an altercation, possible gunfire, an official said.
It’s a blockbuster night for Brandon Bass.
Tommy Rees leads the Fighting Irish to a win at Yankee Stadium.
Dennis Seidenberg was injured in the third period Friday night against Ottawa.
Enjoy another read of the 15 stories that got the most 2013 traffic on PressHerald.com.
Goaltender Jon Gillies from South Portland, makes 27 saves for the Americans.
Steven Bridges and Michael Snell, the first same-sex couple married in Maine last December, became instant celebrities.
Peter Willcox, captain of the Arctic Sunrise, had been imprisoned in Russia since September.
Two others were injured in the accident on Route 2.
Chris Saenz, 30, is expected to make his first court appearance early next week.
Chicago is the front-runner to be host to an Obama library.
The show’s high-concept set pieces featured a cadre of backup dancers who danced in human-sized hamster wheels and somersaulted over Spears.
Henry’s, who also balanced above the Grand Canyon and alps, was 82.
Some unemployed people said the loss of benefits might drive them to take minimum wage jobs until they can find work at their skill level and in their field..
Files show Adam Lanza was a deeply troubled young man.
The rules will apply to about 10,800 companies that operate 20 or more machines.
Maine’s governor speaks with Lincoln Paper & Tissue Mill executives to see how the state can help.
Activists say aerial assaults have killed more than 400 people since Dec. 15.
Warmer weather creates problems Saturday, and Sunday’s expected storm could cause a relapse.
Friday’s “cessation of hostilities’ agreed upon on Friday by leaders from across East Africa is not being recognized by either side.
It’ the first phase of a project that eventually will include software to allow for a variety of colors and effects.
Some coastal Cumberland and York counties could see just rain.
The utility says conditions could have been much worse than 123,000 customers losing power.
The Winthrop man could withdraw his plea to a charge stemming from a fatal fire in Augusta.
A local unemployment specialist and the state’s Congress members worry about the midwinter impact on 3,200 residents.
They say jail conditions were difficult, but they won’t be deterred from future action.
Police say Robert Dellinger told them he was depressed and trying to kill himself on Dec. 7 when he drove his pickup across an I-89 median and into an oncoming car.
An investigation into the sale of a city-owned building points to ‘honest’ mistakes and a violation of the Freedom of Access Act.
It was crunch time in December as the first sign-up deadline neared. Those who lost power in the ice storm may get more time.
The fund collects almost $109,000 so far, $4,000 more than last year’s total.
Five others also are dead and scores wounded in an attack certain to further raise sectarian tensions.
Frank Chowdry stopped to aid Ted Kaczowka, a longtime educator at Deering High School.
The governor wants to keep asylum seekers from receiving state-funded General Assistance money.
Police say evidence shows a man killed his wife and attacked his former wife’s family before killing himself.