Benjamin Lee, 53, drove 1,500 miles with a Cadillac full of weapons, handcuffs and plastic sheeting after repeatedly threatening to kill her.
The bill is being voted on by the state House this month.
Police don’t yet know what led to the rollover crash.
Spikes, the Patriots’ second-leading tackler, is their fourth key defender to be sidelined for the season.
Cheney cites 'serious health issues' that 'have recently arisen in our family' as the reason for her decision.
The number of unmarried couples who opt to move in together after a pregnancy has surpassed ‘shotgun marriages’ for the first time in a decade.
Janet Yellen, who chaired Bill Clinton’s Council of Economic Advisers, will replace Ben Bernanke.
Authorities won’t say whether a suspect has been identified or if the public is in danger after Timothy Davison was fatally shot Saturday by another driver.
In a major rarity, the U.S. economy grew faster in 2011 and 2012 than did national health care spending.
The new rules require skiers to finish a certain number of races in a discipline over last season and this season to qualify for that event in the Olympics.
But the Democrat has some catching up to do against U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, who has $3.3 million.
The US Airways flight from Philadelphia lands without incident.
A group overseeing the Capitol grounds has put a moratorium on monuments after the filing of a lawsuit over the erection of a Ten Commandments display.
Chief Justice John Roberts makes no comment as he refuses the request by a doctors’ group.
Analysts say a combination would enable both chains to cut costs and boost profits in an increasingly competitive market.
The Community Credit Union on Pine Street was robbed of an undisclosed amount of money Monday morning.
The location on Congress Street is expected to open to the public in September.
Gov. Paul LePage and independent Eliot Cutler have yet to publicize their recent campaign finance reports.
Eric Gwaro beat and stomped Sherri York unconscious in 2012, then hid the injured woman from neighbors.
The chase spans three towns before the driver crashes in Ogunquit.
If the phone lines are jammed, consider trying the airline’s overseas numbers. You’ll pay long-distance rates, but might not have to wait.
The gunman in the Pennsylvania attack is still at large and police are looking for a small dark-colored pickup truck.
A neuropsychologist testifies that Roxanne Jeskey is ‘brain injured in a significant way.’
Prosecutors depicted Colleen LaRose as a ‘lonely and isolated’ woman who was flattered to get an assignment to kill a foe of Islam.
A resident is injured and a cat killed by fire at the Brighton Avenue home.
The city has yet to decide whether to appeal the decision, and the developer will let the city take the lead on the case, a spokesperson says.
James Rier has held the job since October, when previous commissioner Stephen Bowen left.
Michael Parshall, a Monmouth police officer from Upton, has announced his intention to challenge Wayne Gallant.
The order will remain in effect until a federal appeals court decides whether to uphold an earlier court ruling that Utah’s ban is unconstitutional.
Verso Paper will acquire NewPage Holdings in a $1.4 billion deal. The two employ 2,250 workers in the state.
One of Martin Walsh’s first tasks will be to select new fire and police commissioners.
Opponents argue it isn’t fair for out-of-state students to pay higher tuition than students in the country illegally.
Many across the nation’s midsection went into hibernation, while others dared to venture out in temperatures that plunged well below zero.
‘The marshal is actually trying to change this country in a great way,’ he says.
Prosecutors recommend six months, but the judge imposes a longer sentence in part because of the man’s criminal history.
Transportation officials warn that motorists should assume surfaces will be ice-covered as temperatures drop below freezing after a day of soaking rain.
The state’s sprawling highway system, proximity to New York City and diverse population can make it an attractive base for traffickers.
The hospital where she was being treated considers her dead, but an uncle says the new facility has ‘beliefs just like ours,’ presumably meaning she will be maintained on a ventilator.
The 2009 drug bust in Washington County led to the seizure of $9 million in marijuana, among the biggest in state history.
Police fire on protesters and opposition activists torch 100 polling stations.
Summit Natural Gas of Maine plans to pay money owed on the pipeline project by Jan. 10.
Four riders died while snowmobiling on Rangeley Lake.
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The man apparently shot himself in the face.
A March 1 auction will turn regifting into fundraising to repair a tall sculpture honoring local tribes.
Companies are capitalizing on the chance to make millions of dollars by duping social media.
Most officers in Portland and elsewhere in Maine are learning how to intervene amid a mental health crisis.
A similar bill was defeated amid political wrangling in last year’s legislative session, even though there was no evidence schools denied uniformed recruiters access to students.
All of the food will be grown or harvested in Maine – a restrictive standard, but chef/owner David Levi thinks he can pull it off, even though items like lemons, olive oil and sugar cane don’t grow here.