Jordan Crawford poured in 25 points to lift Boston to the victory.
The new restrictions had come after an endangered piping plover chick was killed by a dog last summer.
The driver of the pickup pleads not guilty to charges including leaving the scene of a fatal accident.
Critics of the move stage a protest by bus, riding to the proposed new site near the airport.
A reported 7-year, $153 million contract would make him the third highest paid outfielder in Major League history.
American teens show little improvement while China makes huge gains on an international exam.
After retiring from the American Museum of Natural History in New York, Fred F. Scherer lived in Friendship and worked for 20 years as a consultant for the Maine State Museum.
Jerry Lord, 34, had amassed a library of 262 still images and 168 videos with sexually explicit material involving minors.
Investigators are still interviewing William Rockefeller and won’t comment on his level of alertness at the time of Sunday’s accident.
Adam J. Keene could still have the charge dismissed if he abides the terms set forth by a judge.
Fishermen lose winter income and processors fear long-term damage after the shrimp population hits a record low and the fishery is shut down.
Two fifth-graders said they were approached separately at bus stops, and SAD 60 sends out a notice alerting the community.
Pierzynski hit .272 with 17 homers and 70 RBIs last season with the Texas Rangers.
The roofing contractor was working at Washington County Community College.
The tugboat cook was trapped in an air pocket in the upended ship until rescued by divers.
A lawyer for a Croatian group says it wants Dylan, ‘a singer who is liked and respected in Croatia, to present an apology to the Croatian people.’
The justices hear the case of a rabbi who was stripped of his top-level 'platinum elite' status because the airline said he complained too much.
Recreational vehicle makers expect to ship more than 300,000 units to dealers this year for the first time since the economic downturn.
The incident marks the third scare at a Connecticut university in the last month.
NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked about 58,000 documents to the British newspaper, sparking fears about national security.
Several people will be allowed to disseminate Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s communications to third parties for the purpose of preparing his defense.
A union lawyer plans to appeal after the city wins a ruling that it can cut pensions for retirees.
The main complaint from opponents was the noise the new airplanes would make and the location of the airport, situated near homes.
Some companies are beginning to set limits on the demands they place on employees’ time, recognizing that successful workers must be able to escape from work.
The Roman Catholic university says the mandate violates the church’s teaching prohibiting contraception.
The 69-year-old Kenya-born half brother of the president’s late father was ordered to leave the country in 1992, but remained.
Memorial Hospital in North Conway will continue as a New Hampshire nonprofit, but MaineHealth will have input into its budget, the services it provides and the selection of a CEO.
The South Portland lighthouse sparkles with seasonal lighting.
The Maine Moose Trax would start indoor play next fall, possibly at the civic center.
Merrill Newman supervised a group of South Korean fighters hated and feared by the North during the Korean War.
Poor weather prevented transport of injured man to the hospital by medical helicopter.
Two businesses, in Biddeford and Arundel, were hit on Monday by armed suspects.
There is a general feeling of corruption across the board in the Middle East, including police, judiciary, and government procurement offices.
Teacher Alice Deegan performed the Heimlich maneuver when a bottle cap got stuck in the student’s throat.
Eyewitnesses told authorities that the ‘car involved was traveling alone at a high rate of speed.’
The ballet’s director lost most of the sight in one eye and 20 percent in the other.
American 15-year-olds scored below the international average in math and about average in science and reading.
Authorities say Renald Poulin of Quebec crossed into the U.S. on Thursday and was supposed to return a day later.
The U.S. and Japan have refused to recognize China’s air defense zone above tiny islands that China and Japan both claim.
Biddeford man dies after crash in snowy conditions / Portland police seeking man who carried rifle into store / New Gloucester woman killed in head-on collision ... and more news from around the state.
Online shopping will likely set a record – and expose more shoppers to cybersecurity hazards.
Maine’s only in-hospital educator helps sick kids stay connected to their studies and provides a break from the medical anxieties.
The president says an ‘AIDS-free generation’ may be within reach.
Justin Crowley-Smilek, 28, was shot by a Farmington police officer while carrying a large knife at town offices.
Organizers hope to call attention to the difficulties of living on minimum wage as they push for pay hikes.
Mrs. Rotolo was a homemaker. Her children took turns Monday describing a woman who dedicated her life to family.
J.B. Brown & Sons is interested in about 60 acres in Westbrook, the site of a failed 2008 plan for an upscale shopping center.
Some facing tight races are keeping their distance
from the president and his problems with the Affordable Care Act.
The Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
Police provide no details about the robbery of the Family Dollar store on Elm Street.