Ben Hutton had given Maine a 2-1 lead with a power play goal in the second period.
Seventeen rural communities in California were recently described as dangerously low on water by the state Department of Public Health.
Mountain Valley, Camden Hills take Class B crowns
The Red Storm and Trojans repeat as league champions.
Cuban-Americans reconsidering the five-decade economic and travel embargo against the communist country.
The wife of the former vice president died Monday at age 83 after an extended illness.
The Bruins outshot the Senators 42-28.
LePage’s administration says the state is discussing tax incentive programs to encourage the expansion of the boat company based in Hancock County
The blaze started when residents were working on a snowmobile inside the structure.
General Eric Holder says same-sex spouses will qualify for the Justice Department’s employee benefit programs and the same rights and privileges as opposite-sex couples.
Hannah Kearney of the United States wins the bronze.
Many attend the Caribou Downtown Ski Festival and get to watch their local hero compete in the Sochi Olympics.
Sunday marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ performance on “Ed Sullivan,” their first appearance in America.
World Cup leader Kamil Stoch, who already had qualified for the final, was among the top finishers in qualifying.
Felix Loch is halfway to defending his Olympic gold.
Police say a man walking home Friday evening was knocked him down from behind by another man, who hit him in the face and took his wallet.
Iran still denies any attempt to make such arms.
Thiago Silva’s chargers were reduced to aggravated assault with a firearm and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
About 400 teams compete in the two-day event at the Camden Snow Bowl.
A redraw is needed when one skier gets a spot that is already occupied.
World champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White gave the U.S. a big lift.
Norway’s Ole Einar Bjoerndalen wins the gold.
Todd Lyons, formerly of Mechanic Falls, pleads no contest to the aggravated assault.
Johnny Quinn, a former NFL player, breaks down a door after it locked or jammed after he took a shower.
The death will likely escalate tensions in a labor protest for higher wages.
Sven Kramer leads a 1-2-3 sweep for The Netherlands at Sochi.
The force of the boulder, which was the size of an automobile, caved in the side of the train.
A heating fuel survey shows the current cost of heating oil is 36 cents per gallon higher than it was a year ago.
Miller establishes himself as the favorite for Sunday’s race.
Hilary Knight gives American women the lead just 53 seconds into the opening game at Sochi.
U.S. snowboarder wins slopestyle competition that Shaun White dropped out of.
Biddeford is hosting its third annual WinterFest this weekend, featuring a giant sledding hill in the middle of downtown.
Board members say the proposed charter school would have no affiliation with imam Fethullah Gulen, who lives in Pennsylvania.
Prosecutors play a recording of the retired officer’s police interview after the shooting.
Flames had spread quickly from the first floor, where a wood stove is located, when firefighters arrived.
Bangor native hired as Portland spokesperson / Couple facing drug charges after police seize bath salts / Man serves three months for shooting dog with BBs
Food-borne illnesses may become more severe in an age of antibiotic-resistant ‘superbugs.’
Two Westbrook cases highlight what pediatricians and toxicologists say is a significant public health problem in Maine and elsewhere in the country.
An Olympic sport that anyone can play, curling draws devotees from far and wide for ‘a great escape.’
Justice Thomas Warren’s ruling Friday clears the way for Tamer Tilahun and Jonathan Dowd to stand trial.
A bill would deny taxpayer-funded incentives to firms that move their call center operations offshore.
A State Department official says letters 'show that our process to avoid conflicts of interest worked.'
Trend spotters, including famed shoe designer Manolo Blahnik, see the Freeport company’s footwear as fashionable and practical.
Maine’s lack of tax breaks for filmmakers doomed the South Portland business, its owner says.