Matthew Partridge of Winslow is charged with murdering Justin Smith outside a Waterville pub.
The two teenagers stand accused of holding a man inside a home in Chelsea.
A cap-and-trade system is one of many factors that have helped slash emissions in the region.
The pictures were taken when Tsarnaev was captured April 19, and are a response to Rolling Stone magazine's cover photo.
A strong work ethic guides Deering High grad Ryan Flaherty, who has gone from a starter to a reserve role for the Orioles.
In the interview, Martin's mother questions why black children can't walk home without others assuming they are criminals.
Civil War buffs mark the anniversary of a battle that showed the world black soldiers could fight.
The Maine network plans to eventually broadcast classical music on a separate radio channel.
State officials told The Providence Journal the creatures are crustacean isopods, about a half-inch long and look like tiny red-brown shrimp.
Thirteen people suffered injuries when an explosion on a Pelham, N.H., home's back deck set it on fire.
Police say they found drugs, ammunition and guns at the home of Michael Worrick-Soule, in violation of bail conditions for a previous arrest.
Torrential downpour made it difficult for drivers to see the cars in front of them.
Zach Johnson takes the lead with superb putting and just one bogey on a brown course.
New legal brands find their way onto shelves, propelled partly by a reality TV show that taps into the mythic nature of illegal outdoor distilling.
The unemployment rate stays at 6.8 percent, better than the national rate and the lowest it has been since November 2008.
The city plans to dedicate the South Course Club House on Friday morning with refreshments and reduced rates.
The U.S. government is on track to report its lowest annual deficit in five years because of an improving economy, tax hikes and spending cuts.
The decision comes after a long economic slide, and the strategy may be a model for other cities in deep distress.
The Maine resident has led the agency since 2009.
The funds, from 13 investors, will allow expansion at BlueTarp, which services the building supply industry.
Paul Pierce appeared dazed at times during his introductory news conference with New Jersey, while KG seemed to have a little easier time of it.
A Whitefield contractor is back on the stand today in the trial of a former selectwoman who is accused of taking kickbacks.
Gloria MacKenzie, 84, has bought a 6,322-square-foot, five-bedroom home in a gated golf course community. She formerly lived in a rented apartment.
The fire was reported at 11 p.m. and caused substantial damage to the attic and roof of the building housing Bay City Motors, said Deputy Fire Chief Robert Wassick.
The suit says the homeowners failed to maintain safe conditions the day of a fireworks explosion that the fire marshal ruled accidental.
That figure doesn't include far northern Maine, which experienced some of the heaviest thunderstorms Wednesday night.
Residents of a devastated Quebec town are seeking compensation for victims of the disaster, which killed 50 people.
In February, U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen of Tennessee received media attention after he sent Twitter messages to the 24-year-old Texas woman during the president's State of the Union address.
Humid air and drought conditions make the heat especially hard to bear in some areas.
C&L Aerospace provides services to the commercial and military aviation sectors.
At a White House event, he draws attention to $500 million in rebates going to nearly 9 million people under a provision of the law.
Authorities are conducting an autopsy on Stephen Rakes, who was a vocal critic of James 'Whitey' Bulger leading up to the trial.
The heat causes the steel rail to expand, and speeds must be lowered for safety.
The region's grid is expected to see peak demand this afternoon as residents struggle to stay cool.
Tim Simons, who grew up in Readfield, is one of seven regulars on the HBO show 'Veep,' nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series.
Police say a search of Kyle Dube's home last month revealed a stolen gun and other pilfered items. He's also accused of kidnapping and killing Nichole Cable.
Police interview a man and seize evidence from a Palmyra home as part of the ongoing investigation.
The charge that he aided the enemy is punishable by up to life in prison without parole.
One person was home at 71 Rocky Hill Road when they reported that lightning had struck the barn at 10:30 p.m., said Capt. Bill Madore of the Saco Fire Department.
'There's a number of people they could have picked for an arts and entertainment magazine than an alleged bomber.'
The result was accomplished with human cells grown in a lab dish, raising the possibility that a similar shutdown could someday be engineered in people.
'House of Cards' becomes the first online series to nab a top nomination, and 'Arrested Development' also earns nods.
More work remains to be done before the new bridge is turned over to Maine and N.H.
Dozens of reporters have already staked out the central London hospital where Kate is expected to give birth.
Matt Sandusky told investigators that he also had been abused by his adoptive father.
The homeless man, Brian Charette, 33, submitted a signed statement to police May 11 saying that Sgt. Brian Gardiner had called him a 'mental retard.'
Only five of Texas' 42 abortion clinics currently meet the new requirements.
Jeremiah Hollenbeck of Lebanon is charged with child endangerment and having stolen property.
Stephen 'The Rifleman' Flemmi, a ruthless underworld killer, says he and 'Whitey' Bulger were FBI informants for 15 years.
28-year-old Samara Banks and her sons were killed as they crossed a busy roadway while walking home after visiting an aunt.
He is making 'remarkable progress' after tense weeks in which some South Africans talked about the possibility that he was on the verge of dying.
Under new requirements, businesses should report any newly hired or rehired employees to the state within seven days of hire.
Manhole cover hits windshield, injuring driver / Company proposes to build new Route 1 shopping plaza / South Berwick man, 23, sentenced in fatal overdose ... and more news from around the state.
The meeting between soldiers commemorates a more violent meeting of their predecessors 150 years ago this month.
The U.S. Justice Department official says the crisis is political with the state not keeping its promises.
Astronaut Chris Cassidy, who grew up in Bath and York, assists a colleague in distress during a walk outside the space station.
'Billy' Tower Jr. opened his landmark restaurant in 1961 and hosted U.S. presidents, NFL quarterbacks and many others.
Zoe Romano is close to completing the course on foot, a 2,115-mile trek that has no known precedent.
The new state budget replaced the property tax and rent 'circuit breaker' program with a tax credit that provides far less relief.
Ancestry.com is offering free access this week to a new batch of 220 million historical records.
The location of the fire is near the Happy Wheels Skate Center.
A dispatcher says the barn is attached to a residence.
The crash involving a pickup and tractor-trailer in New Sharon was thought earlier to involve alcohol.