Goaltender Martin Ouellette fends off a late fury in a 2-1 victory.
Without Rajon Rondo, Jared Sullinger carries the team with 31 points and 16 rebounds.
More tests are needed to determine exactly what killed Hoffman.
Robb Moss taught three of the Oscar nominees who are up for best feature documentary.
Ben Koons, a graduate of Messalonskee High School, now coaches cross-country skiing and races for fun.
It’s the third bank robbery in Somerset County in the last month.
Michael Hemond sued Frontier Communications of America saying it was negligent in the design of a electrical substation.
Daniel Billings, the governor’s former legal adviser, is a nominee for Superior Court.
The new information illustrates what can go wrong with the extensive computer networks that support large companies.
Rodriguez had repeatedly proclaimed his innocence and sued MLB in federal court to overturn the penalty.
The arrests are part of a crackdown on drugs coming into Maine from New York.
Saco police charge Steven Bergeron after acting on a tip.
The Casco Bay Bridge will be opening more often and crews will also blast a ledge in the channel.
Stephen Colvin, who died Tuesday at Sugarloaf, was a committed football player and a determined student who also knew how to have fun.
Police say he shot the dog as many as 100 times while he was drunk last summer.
No bomb is found and all aboard are evacuated safely after a Ukrainian passenger makes a bomb threat and demands to go to Sochi.
Ukraine’s economic troubles include its reliance on energy-inefficient heavy industries and its policy of selling gas to households at about one-fifth the price it pays Russia for the imports.
The training effort will help bank and credit union employees identify and stop financial exploitation of older people.
Jessica Grondin, who previously served as a spokeswoman for Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, starts next month.
Police in Aroostook County say they have seized $308,000 worth of the hallucinogen, along with guns and cash.
The 83-year-old actor performs the Heimlich maneuver on the director on a PGA tournament director.
It ranks right up there with Boulder, San Diego, Honolulu and a few others, according to Green Living magazine.
One possible lab is found in a pickup truck near a movie theater, the other in a home in Oxford County.
Oceanographer Dean Bumpus was studying surface and bottom currents.
The 23-year-old Oxford man is expected to be arraigned on a charge of assault and robbery on March 11.
They are from a group, including at least two children and one adult male, and are the oldest to be found outside Africa.
The endorsement by the Maine League of Conservation Voters is expected to help Democratic U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud in his bid to unseat Republican Gov. Paul LePage.
A barge that leaked fuel into the Damariscotta River will be removed from the rocks Saturday.
The lawsuit alleges Glenn A. Geiser Jr. and his dealerships engaged in unfair and deceptive trade practices.
Hiring was weak in January, following tepid hiring at the end of 2013.
She tore knee ligaments and broke her femur only moments before she was supposed to head to the starting gate.
Great Northern says it is working on restructuring its mill operations and lowering production costs.
Meteorologist Mike Kistner said a storm that’s been hyped for Sunday night will head out to sea.
Authorities say the death remains under investigation, but it appears to be an accident.
The bill also expands federal crop insurance and ends direct government payments to farmers.
Prosecutors are seeking recordings of the former Patriot star’s jailhouse phone calls in which he allegedly communicated about the case in ‘coded messages.’
Husson University plans memorial service Friday for Stephen Colvin of Hoosick, N.Y.
The proposed measure would allow small businesses to raise up to $1 million by advertising and selling company shares to Maine residents.
The Maine Lobstermen’s Association says the state needs a comprehensive assessment of pesticide threat.
Since 1948, the state has had at least one athlete competing on the Olympic snow and ice.
Today’s 60-somethings will never forget when the Fab Four came to America, 50 years ago today.
News from around the state.
Companies would prefer not to see the states requiring the notices on such products.
Russia’s anti-gay policies loom in the background as the Olympic Games open.
Portland and South Portland officials work to thwart a tagging culture that commits vandalism and calls it art.
The first AMA stroke guidelines for females cite factors such as pregnancy, birth control and depression and emphasize prevention.Guidelines aim to prevent stroke in women
A Maine business turns tax burdens into taxpayers by forgoing some profits so it can pay well above minimum wage.
Police will honor Mike Fink for helping them recover thousands of dollars’ worth of stolen goods – an event he can add to his online video collection.