Gerald Wallace made a driving layup with 2.5 seconds remaining in overtime to help Boston break a 10-game road losing streak.
The USM student reportedly threatened to shoot people in a fraternity house before barricading himself inside.
Michael Brennan unveils several new priorities at his State of the City address on Wednesday.
But business interests argue that tax breaks and incentives are needed, and should not be sacrificed to avoid reductions in state revenue sharing.
A spokesman for fellow Democrat Troy Jackson says he doesn’t need to match Cain ‘dollar-for-dollar’ to win the Democratic primary.
The school is investigating whether 23-year-old Kaitlin Pearson’s second job as a model affects her ability to work with children.
Clam diggers say the bill is an effort to fight off a green crab invasion decimating clams, but worm diggers say it’s about ‘control of the mud.’
The association’s chief executive officer says that Ronald Brann resigned in July 2012 to take another job.
Maine gets Daniel Orton from Tulsa and Tyler Brown from Texas as part of a four-team deal.
The Benjamin Farm property abuts the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge.
About 1,000 people will be covered by the agreement with the Maine Community College System.
After 10 months in prison, Roman Garcia-Lopez will be handed over to immigration officials for removal proceedings.
For the first time, child car seats will have to protect children from death and injury in side-impact crashes under regulations proposed Wednesday.
The Shin Bet intelligence agency said it has arrested three Palestinians who allegedly plotted bombings, shootings, kidnappings and other attacks.
The trophies will be shown Saturday at Hadlock Field, then at L.L. Bean.
TransCanada, determined to push ahead with the larger pipeline project, touts the thousands of jobs created by the construction of the Gulf Coast portion.
Police say Christopher Loucks, 28, of Hancock had two stolen pistols and 15 rounds of ammunition.
Tweeted photo has instantly become a national joke.
Jim Rier, who is acting commissioner, now faces confirmation by the state Senate.
After missing the playoffs for just the second time in 19 years, the Yankees have gone on a spending spree this offseason.
A 100-pound cylinder catches fire, damaging a new addition to the house.
The Maine senator’s goal is $2 billion in the next five years, saying ‘what an investment it would be.’
Officials at the University of Oklahoma had told everyone to shelter in place following report of shots fired on campus.
Kennebec County sheriff’s deputies allegedly find heroin, hash being processed and a loaded revolver in the couple's Vassalboro home.
Opponents argue it isn’t fair for out-of-state students to pay higher tuition than students in the country illegally.
The group is protesting construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, and says TD Bank was an investor in the pipeline.
Compare historic photos of Portland's Franklin Street in 1963, before urban renewal, with the same scenes today.
Police believe Kathy A. Vargas has dozens of customers in York and Cumberland counties and are interested in hearing from them.
She plans to open Biscuits & Co. downtown with funding from the Main Street Challenge.
Experts say they can make money without exposing themselves and will be difficult to locate.
Prosecutors say the family promised high returns from low-risk loans, but used money from new investors to pay early investors.
The protesters’ deaths fueled fears that daily protests aimed at bringing down the government could escalate and turn even more violent.
The 21-year-old teaching assistant who was killed was targeted by the shooter, police said.
Representatives of more than 30 nations are gathered near Lake Geneva in the most ambitious international effort yet to end an almost 3-year-old conflict.
Hungarian sports officials, who first reported the email, said they have received assurances from the International Olympic Committee and from the Sochi organizers that the email had no merit.
Six of the 12 cars tested – including the segment’s best-seller, the Nissan Versa – got the lowest rating of ‘poor.’
The storm drops more than a foot of snow in parts of Massachusetts, but largely spares Boston and areas west and north of the city.
A driver headed in the opposite direction spotted the vehicle down an embankment and called 911.
He lost control on some ice and broke his leg.
The Hunters for the Hungry Program will expand to include fish caught at ice fishing derbies.
They may push for more inspectors and other changes to protect kids after a ‘toxic and unsafe’ center in Lyman still got a conditional license.
A South Carolina court case will decide whether a 14-year-old received a fair trial for a double murder.
Rob Ford, captured in another embarrassing video,
is urged to seek professional help.
The electronic payments can help low-income Mainers buy fresh, locally grown produce, advocates say.
A new study points to the pathogen as driving colony collapse syndrome.
She wants to see the person or people who killed her sons in a span of three weeks sentenced in a courtroom.
Consultants call Sanford ‘uniquely located’ for a successful, tourist-attractions development.
The man known in Maine as Charles Fourcloud, a convicted embezzler, faces charges after serving as the Passamaquoddys' finance director.
Due to an ‘unexpected development,’ the state said it can no longer defend in a lawsuit filed by a former employee who said she was ordered to destroy public documents.
Allowing arenas that hold a license to share income with teams would remove one obstacle in difficult lease talks.
It’s that time of year when South Portland accountant Tom Gioia typically dives into Maine’s tax code . . .
Michael Brennan is expected to talk about the city’s real estate boom in his State of the City address.