The gold medalist may skip the Opening Ceremonies if he qualifies for the team.
A statement said updates will be issued when warranted.
The problem comes two weeks after the retailer had a massive data security breach that affected about 40 million debit and credit card holders.
The state wants the weddings to halt while its case works its way through the legal system.
The $1.4 billion project would transmit 1,200 megawatts of Canadian hydroelectric power, enough to serve 1.2 million homes.
The victory ends a four-game losing streak for Maine.
Kelly Olynky scores a career high 21 points, but Boston ends the year on a sour note.
The book, which portrays Jesus as an angry rebel, has propelled Reza Aslan into a life as an Internet-era public intellectual who has a movie deal and is a social media regular.
Bill Hathaway and Caroline Glassman and are just two of the prominent state residents who died in 2013.
Police add extra patrols and the airport installs new signs warning visitors their weed can’t legally go home with them, all in preparation for the opening of the legal sale of marijuana.
Federal rules are waived so drivers are allowed to make deliveries more than 60 hours per week until mid-January.
Democrat Mike Michaud said the decision seems politically motivated, while Gov. Paul LePage declines comment.
Crew members reported they had hit something on the tracks, but no one notified police because there was no evidence a person had been struck.
The brother of the former governor passes and the Democratic primary seems set with 3 candidates.
Saturday, in particular, is expected to be bitterly cold, the National Weather Service forecasts.
Michigan university releases it annual list of overused words that deserve banishment from the American language.
The Formula One champion, who turns 45 on Friday, suffered critical head injuries when he fell and struck a rock Sunday while skiing in France.
Crack cocaine, oxycodone pills and drug paraphernalia were found in rooms at the Trade Winds Motor Inn.
The violence that began on Dec. 15 now focuses on a battle for the city of Bor.
New Zealand, Australia get the party started with Dubai promising the world’s largest fireworks show.
The blaze destroys an attached garage and extensively damages the home on Haley Road.
Casualties among Afghan troops increased as they took the lead in the war against the Taliban.
Residents in Casselton and nearby towns are being asked to evacuate to avoid potential health hazards.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will lead the 60-second countdown in Timesd Square.
Ground and air testing by the DEP is being done at the Hebron Station School.
New law imposes fines on truckers and drivers who fail to clear snow from their cars.
The Natural Resources Council encourages participants to wear polar bear costumes.
Russian officials insist security at the Sochi games is sufficient following a second attack in Volgograd in as many days.
A jury finds the attorney and his law firm failed to properly represent the farmers in a suit claiming that Agway drove them out of business.
The warning comes on the one-year anniversary of crashes on Rangeley Lake that claimed four lives.
Grenier’s Classic Flooring says wood ash could not have started the destructive blaze.
He takes over a department with $207,000 in debt, shaky financial practices and the husband-and-wife leaders departing.
A plan to provide for alternate commissioners follows recusals that foiled a Nestle Waters case.
On Wednesday, it will become illegal to manufacture or import 60- and 40-watt incandescent light bulbs.
A government task force says the new screening could prevent as many as 20,000 deaths a year.
Indoor shopping at the mall and midstorm pizza deliveries also tend to spike.
York woman facing charge after vehicle lands on pond / Florida woman charged over incident at Maine airport ... and more news from around the state.
The stagnant population and graying of Maine have significant business and policy implications.
City officials announced Monday that the test project will take effect Wednesday, New Year’s Day.
The Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for up to 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
After a series of winter storms, drivers are forced to deny some oil deliveries if they deem conditions unsafe.
The two men getting married say they aren’t concerned a few thousand may boycott the parade.