The slugging first baseman, who hit several huge postseason home runs, gets a 2-year deal.
He hopes it will spark other to donate to protect masterpieces from being sold to pay the city's creditors.
Mandela’s death has sparked an outpouring of memorials and celebrations of the former prisoner turned president who led his country out of apartheid rule.
The hockey team wants a judge to enforce the terms of a lease agreement reached with the civic center in April.
Kathy Mattingly, 57, awaits sentencing after making the $18,000 payment as part of her guilty plea.
While progress has been made, racial and economic inequalities still tear through the consciousness of the black majority.
They must face juggernauts Germany, Ghana and Portugal and overcome a wearying 9,000-mile journey across Brazil.
He can't think of anything to say and still gets 25,000 followers in the first 15 minutes.
A detailed bird's-eye view of the Bayside neighborhood during its industrial heyday, circa 1960.
Terry Deschenes and Shannon Reed allegedly burglarized homes in Kennebunk and Exter, N.H. before police tracked down a car linked to the suspects.
When Dylan first performed with it in 1965, it marked his shift away from acoustic music to amplified rock.
A radioactive shipment was stolen as it was being hauled by a cargo truck, likely by thieves who didn’t know what they were stealing.
Agents conducted undercover purchases from Macarthur Taylor, including several in designated drug-free zones near schools, the Maine DEA says.
Robert Harvey, 75, apparently lost consciousness and drove off the road into a tree, police say.
After sitting out one game with a concussion, he will start on Sunday when the Browns visit the New England Patriots.
The situation had seemed bleak just a day earlier when dozens of whales appeared fatigued and unmotivated about moving to deeper waters necessary for their survival.
Employers added 203,000 jobs in November, and the unemployment rate fell to 7 percent, a five-year low.
Emotional celebrations ahead of a Tuesday memorial service and a Dec. 15 funeral attest to the impact of the anti-apartheid leader.
The Maine International Trade Center creates a new North Atlantic office as dignitaries from Iceland visit Portland Friday.
The athletic director says the university has ‘zero tolerance’ for unsportsmanlike behavior.
The group approves draft legislation allowing up to 5,000 video slot machines and 150 table games.
The state is investigating why JPMorgan Chase waited three months to tell officials that personal information of more than 1,300 residents could be compromised.
Randomized trials on vitamin D also showed little to no effect in lowering risk for diabetes, infectious diseases and mood disorders.
Tyler Trottier, 27, shoots himself in the chest inside his downtown King Street apartment as police try to negotiate his surrender.
The decision provides legal protection for wind farms that get a permit and do everything possible to avoid killing eagles.
The people-powered transportation works for schlepping kids to school, hauling groceries or running errands, advocates say.
Police searched the city for a truck videotaped leaving the scene.
Amina Ege, 41, is accused of illegally receiving benefits over a nine-year period starting in 2004.
An investigation determined the bullet that killed the moose came from the officer’s gun and the shooting was unintentional.
Abigail Hernandez, 15, of North Conway was last seen Oct. 9 after leaving high school.
Contrary to previous statements, the uncle and nephew saw each other once every few months while the younger Obama was in Cambridge.
Each year, more than 8,000 Maine residents are diagnosed with invasive cancer and more than 3,100 die from the disease.
The man apparently lost his balance and fell head first about 15 feet at about 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
The tree will be decorated with ornaments on which visitors can write the name of a service member or veteran they want to honor.
Biddeford Deputy Police Chief JoAnne Fisk says it appears the man took his own life.
The lack of progress has frustrated U.S. intelligence officials and lawmakers.
On a day of protests in 200 cities, a report says the state’s minimum wage is far short of a livable level.
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Private lawyers who are contracted to represent people to poor to hire their own attorney learned of the shortfall Wednesday.
After Bill Becker calls for new trustees to 'get the Portland Pirates back,' more than 40 applicants – and renewed disputes – emerge.
In a hockey game, this would be known as getting blindsided.
Advocates meet in Canada to advance a plan for the ‘hotel’ passenger service, which would include stops in Portland and elsewhere in Maine.
But his opponents and a transportation industry expert see sobering challenges, not just business opportunities as the ice cap melts and Arctic shipping lanes open.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
Pan Am Railways says it’s not economically sound to keep the service going without its largest client.