Planners approve the plan for four high-rise towers in Bayside despite misgivings, neighbor protests and a lawsuit threat.
The Patriots quarterback and the Brazilian model find different ways to relax, and win or lose, family comes first.
New England will have to be at its best against a prolific Denver passing game.
Police find cocaine in the pop star’s house and arrest a member of his entourage.
The Board of Bar Examiners appealed a decision by a Supreme Judicial Court justice to allow the celebrity defense attorney to practice law in Maine.
The PUC approves a power contract for a pilot project off Maine, a key step after efforts were sidetracked.
She calls for more financial analysis to make sure the proposed $765 million would cover all claims.
The taller the tree, the more it’s feared, but health matters more than size, arborists say.
The Connecticut company says its buyout offer is needed because Time Warner is losing customers, but Time Warner calls Charter’s offer ‘grossly inadequate.’
Pay would increase 4% in each of two years, in a state with judicial salaries ranked second-lowest in the nation.
The bill aims to ensure state-funded institutions buy a growing percentage of their food from Maine producers.
Robin Rilette from Northwest Public Radio will join the Maine radio network in February as the replacement for Suzanne Nance.
Toyota, the sales champion in 2012, will report its sales next week.
The state Fire Marshal’s Office says four teenage boys have been charged in connection with fires in an unoccupied home and in a wharf bait shed.
The reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person who shot Tim “Asti” Davison, 28.
Human rights activists said that people are being hunted down and arrested under the new Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act enacted in Nigeria.
Supporters say that employers and school administrators have no right to see employees’ or students’ private messages on Facebook or Twitter.
Police say the victim threw a bag of popcorn at the former police captain before the ex-officer shot and killed him.
The husband and wife are paramedics who agreed they would not want life support in this situation.
The nation’s second-wealthiest person called his purchase of the mill in 1965 one of his biggest blunders.
They dispute poverty estimates and other elements, and grill the controversial Pennsylvania consultant who wrote it.
The governor says the suspected shooter dropped his weapon after a teacher ‘walked right up to him and asked him to set (it) down.’
The project could set the stage for a new billion-dollar alternative energy industry for the state.
She was known for transforming Stone Soup into a community resource center.
The same amount of caffeine you’d find in a grande latte may enhance long-term memory in humans.
H. Ty Warner, 69, was sentenced Tuesday for hiding millions in Swiss bank accounts.
In the video, a man welcomes people to his garden and says he’s growing marijuana because he has terminal cancer.
Egyptian security officials say clashes between police and protesters loyal to the country’s ousted president have killed three people.
The boat, carrying mostly women and children, sank while crossing the Nile River.
Police quickly arrest the trio after terrifying attacks in which one intruder lost his gun and forgot to conceal his identity.
The balloting potentially deals another heavy blow to the Muslim Brotherhood and paves the way for a likely presidential run by the nation’s top general.
The New Jersey governor hopes to regain his footing after revelations that aides orchestrated massive traffic backups near the George Washington Bridge.
The blaze was one of three arsons at about the same time that terrorized the city in May.
The Philadelphia apartment complex vindicates years of work by supporters who felt gay elders have been marginalized by youth culture, even within LGBT circles.
Chemicals stored at the facility are not considered hazardous enough to prompt routine inspections.
Meanwhile, the state sides with St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railway's claim that volumes are so low it’s losing money on the line.
Some local musicians are upset that the previous operator didn’t have his lease renewed.
Bernice Gordon is almost as old as the crossword puzzle itself.
If FEMA declares the ice storm a disaster, those in eligible counties could recoup 90 percent of costs.
At special town meeting Tuesday, residents will decide whether to fund a study of leaving SAD 6.
Mrs. Boxer, who died Friday, was dedicated to family and community.
The donation of 300 pieces by 60 artists is one of the most significant in the museum’s 200-year history.
Dukezong dates back more than 1,000 years and is known for its cobbled streets, ancient structures and Tibetan culture.
An analysis says traditional investigative methods are working better than the NSA’s bulk collections.
Three people and a facilitator will help craft a local ordinance barring the handling of oil sands in South Portland.
The nonprofit center that won the funding says the key goal is to provide services, but 1,300 people may lose access to health care.
‘Bullies need an audience. People who will laugh without getting involved. I want you to stop being bystanders and start being upstanders,’ he tells students.
The justices are questioning use of the power when the Senate is in recess.
Maine Sen. Susan Collins is one of two Republican negotiators seeking a deal to restore jobless benefits.
But the firm that made the ads says Christie appeared only after they couldn’t get Springsteen or Bon Jovi.
A retired Tampa police captain is charged with second-degree murder in the death of a man, 43.