Blount leads Pats to bye in the playoffs with win over Bills
The owner lost his home and two dogs in the blaze. He was attending a memorial service out of state when the fire occurred.
Potential challengers, like Mike Michaud of Maine, see talk of an increase as key to unseating Republican incumbents.
The US scores six power-play goals to wrap up a spot in the playoff round.
Frederick Lamb of Old Orchard Beach was operating his vehicle westbound in the eastbound lane on Interstate Route 195 Saturday.
The Canadian man jumped off a Royal Caribbean Cruise ship.
No injuries or major structural damage is reported.
The former Patriots kicker reaches the milestone with a second-quarter field goal against the Jaguars.
An activist group said the death toll from nearly two weeks of Syrian government airstrikes has surpassed 500.
Colorado and Washington are the first two states to regulate and allow a full industry.
Tests have confirmed nearly 860 flu cases across the state this season.
Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff of California says Snowden should have stayed in the United State to demonstrate the courage of his convictions.
The composer wrote scores for many films, including Roman Polanski’s Oscar-winning “The Pianist” and Francis Ford Coppola’s “Bram Stoker’s Dracula.”
Yet to be reported are December results from the 14 states that run their own websites for enrollees.
Community leaders persuade most of the 25,000 “White Army’ soldiers to return home.
The two hikers are hospitalized after the rescue is completed Sunday morning.
A Coast Guard search plane is looking for floating debris and other signs of a possible mishap.
No injuries are reported when five vehicles are damaged by chunks of ice dropping from the beams and suspension cables of the Route 1 bridge in Prospect near Bucksport.
Michael Schumacher sustains a serious head injury while skiing in the French Alps.
The U.S. Supreme Court judge will lead the final 60-second countdown on New Year;s Eve to usher in 2014.
Lindsey Vonn, recovering from a knee injury, may not compete before the Olympics.
Meanwhile, temperatures are expected to plunge to minus-10 degrees by Thursday night.
Scores are wounded in the second attack on the transportation hub in as many months.
Israel responds by firing toward the source of the launch in a rare flare-up between the two countries.
These images were captured by Staff Photographer Gabe Souza.
They cite the growing success of Bangor’s event as they build their own ball to drop at midnight.
Daniel Toto, the only individual named in the will, says a $100,000 check should be honored.
Police hold man in beating death of wife / Woman dies, two others hurt in head-on collision ... and other news from around the state
Among her accomplishments was winning an art contest judged by Norman Rockwell.
A proposed new international agreement has implications for Maine companies that compete with and sell to Asia.
Protected lands provide habitat for the big-footed cat – an endangered species in the U.S. and Vermont.
Gregory Heisler’s first book tells how he got portraits now preserved on 70 Time magazine covers.
The Massachusetts beer store aims to expand into new territory with its focus on quality.
Maine stole its share of the spotlight in 2013. Before we say goodbye to the year that was, here’s a look at some of the people behind the headlines of 2013 and where they are now.
Take a look back at 2013 through images selected by our staff photographers.
The man fled into the wood after his Jeep Cherokee hit a pickup truck on I-295.