The car’s driver, 17, escapes serious injury.
The driver suffered a hip injury, and the heavily traveled road was shut down for nearly seven hours.
Memories of the Jan. 28 storm that crippled the city are still fresh in the minds of many residents.
The ceremony will be held at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
On at least 150 flights, the pilots either landed at the wrong airport or started to land and pulled up.
Officials say the shooting in Lawrenceville, Ga., came after a fight or argument.
While the ancestral upper caste still remains, money – not lineage – defines the new elite.
A spokeswoman says it’s unclear what caused the explosion at the plant in Peterborough.
Ashley Ouellette, 15, was found dead in the middle of a road in Scarborough, and her killer has never been found.
The first-in-the-nation training program will help bank and credit union staffers stop exploitation that targets seniors.
The Massachusetts woman lied to cover up for her then-boyfriend, who was involved in an armed robbery of a jewelry store in Kittery in 2007.
All five decline to answer questions from an oversight committee about controversial health grant awards. Subpoenas may be next.
Defense lawyers say they want a trial date no earlier than September 2015; prosecutors have not requested a date.
The NTSB also blames poor repairs done at a Maine shipyard by the replica ship’s inexperienced crew for the 2012 accident off North Carolina that left two dead.
The attorney general finds that the trooper who fired was trying to save a pregnant woman who had been stabbed, and who died from her injuries.
After 15 months of work, the civic center will reopen this weekend to host a home and garden show.
Boston and Cambridge hotels are completely booked, according to the Massachusetts Lodging Association. Hotels outside the two cities are filling fast.
The big cat’s latest victim was a 50-year-old man who was collecting firewood Sunday night in the forest. Villagers have now been advised to move in groups.
About 26 members of the chorus will be singing backup on the 1984 ballad ‘I Want to Know What Love Is’ during the Feb. 18 concert.
The amount of money coming from living donors 'is a sure sign that the economy is getting better and people are getting a lot less cautious,' says the editor of the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
For the approximately 200 horses licensed to pull carriages in New York City, shutting down the city stables might have the unintended effect of sending them faster to the slaughterhouse.
The bullet went through the window, hit a TV and an interior wall.
Two bomb-sniffing dogs find no evidence of explosives in the York County Courthouse on Monday morning after a threat is phoned in.
They say the first Alexander report was a skewed analysis the state can’t afford, but the DHHS chief insists it was accurate and useful.
The intensity of the fire at 16 Weymouth Road required extra crews to fight it. One firefighter was taken to a hospital for smoke inhalation.
Unofficial snowfall amounts provided by the Gray and Caribou offices of the National Weather Service.
Police say 31-year-old Myndie Davis was trapped in her vehicle and authorities needed the Jaws of Life to get her out.
Andrew Legassie is accused of engaging students in Facebook conversations that progressed to him sending inappropriate pictures of himself.
The newlywed jumped just before her husband, but her parachute did not open.
‘Operation Angry Birds’ simultaneously targeted locations in Queens, Brooklyn and Ulster County.
The northbound crash between Exit 36 in Saco and Exit 42 in Scarborough slowed traffic for about 45 minutes this morning.
Russell Currier finished back in the pack in his first biathlon event, but has another Thursday and appreciates the home support.
Seventeen competitors with ties to the state, newcomers and veterans alike, prepare their canines for the stress and the spotlight.
Marianne Sansouci of Augusta helps rescue the neglected animals from an ill Pennsylvania breeder.
Frisbie Memorial says regulators didn’t properly scrutinize Anthem's application.
Maine’s Paul LePage calls for stronger policing, but the focus is on prevention and treatment in Vermont and New Hampshire.
At meetings this week, neighbors also are likely to discuss the building’s size and the benefits for businesses and residents.
The recent rediscovery of the tiny eight-legged animals has sparked an interest on the Unity campus.
Police investigate bullets fired into Orrington neighborhood / Memorial Bridge closing during off-peak hours ... and other news from around the state
The nation’s antiquated payment systems and traditional defenses are vulnerable to attack.
People who gave ‘limited material support” to terrorists are no longer automatically barred from entering or staying the United States.
The controversy over reversed athlete suspensions in Westbrook shows the difficulty for districts in creating clear, effective policies.
Portland's Woodfords Corner as it was on May 12, 1947.
Also: Gov. Paul LePage and Sen. Troy Jackson tangle again.