Portland falls behind early to Wilkes Barre/Scranton and snaps its seven-game string of earning at least one point.
Bill Arnold scored twice as BC pulled away from a 1-1 second-period tie with three goals in the span of less than 2 minutes.
The game was the first home loss for Portland since November.
The fomer NBA player recently returned from his latest trip to North Korea where he said he had been drinking when he made harsh comments about a detained American missionary.
The former New England tight end, facing murder charges, is separated from the general jail population for his own safety, sheriff says.
Steve Clifford and Brett Brown are finding their way in their first season as NBA head coaches.
The former presidential candidate surprised the audience with his appearance, but did not comment on the movie about his run for the White House in 2012.
The president avoided major action on the practice of sweeping up billions of phone, email and text messages from across the globe.
Hoboken mayor claims the administration withheld millions in storm recovery money because she refused to sign off on a politically connected development.
It takes upset parents, not DHHS, to shut down facilities that mistreat kids.
They release photos taken from video surveillance footage of both robberies.
The January thaw gives way to 7 inches of snow in spots, with another deep freeze headed our way.
It will be the first face-to-face meeting between the representatives of the Syrian government and the opposition since the country’s crisis began in March 2011.
Hundreds of residents of a foothill neighborhood remained evacuated.
This is the first vote since Mohammed Morsi was removed in July.
SAG members have perhaps more sway in determining Academy Awards winners than any other group.
The governor says the report to determine the cost of expanding Medicaid “provides a road map to save taxpayers money and improve services for the truly needy.”
It’s the same bear that was being tracked by a helicopter when it crashed last summer, injuring the pilot and a student.
The Taliban claims responsibility, saying it was in reprisal for an Afghan military operation earlier in the week against insurgents in eastern Parwan province.
Ali Asghar Asadi, Iran’s economic attache in Sanaa, was attacked while driving and suffered four gunshot wounds to the chest and stomach.
People gather hand-in-hand during the Maine Right to Life’s “Hands Around the Capitol Memorial” in recognition of the 41st anniversary of the Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortions.
The Spaniard makes it into the fourth round with an easy win over 25th-ranked Gael Monfils.
It allows fuel transport and delivery truck drivers to spend extra hours on the road to ensure that no one is left in the cold.
Companies don’t want to store data for the NSA while others want to stop collection of metadata.
Enoch Petrucelly’s mother supports the change, which requires supervision and limits on work and free-time hours.
The surgeon general says progress against tobacco has stagnated as more problems are revealed.
But Lisa Carbonneau’s reason for lying on an application for charity is news to them, Waterville police say.
The 30-day residential program will treat up to eight addicts and charge $10,000 to $14,000 each.
A private group is trying to raise $20 million to build a larger facility with performance and studio space for community use.
Officials can’t pinpoint the reason for the increase, except to say ‘too many people are doing drugs.’
A federal panel rules that receiving medically necessary treatment is the Bay State woman’s right.
No flooding is reported, but residents are reminded to stay vigilant.
Sunshine Child Care & Preschool was issued a conditional license for a host of violations listed in a DHHS report in August.
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The president’s plan would curb the agency’s access to bulk phone records of millions of Americans.
No one person knew the whole story until author Patricia Klindienst pieced it together.
Residents of the Kennebunks and Arundel will decide Tuesday on the towns’ largest spending package ever.