The man left on foot but may have gotten into a vehicle, police say.
Three people are taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a three-car collision on North Street.
Portland's starter, Keith Couch, holds Harrisburg to two hits over seven innings.
An 18-year-old is charged after jewelry, cash and tools are stolen.
His best songs were huge hits for others, especially Eric Clapton, who forged a close kinship with him.
Federal scientists acknowledge problems with the numbers upon which limits are based and work to solve them.
Police negotiated with the man for hours as he held hostages in an apartment building.
Matthew Dyer of Turner was attacked in his tent while he was camping in a Canadian national park.
Authorities want to talk to others who were on the Appalachian Trail to help find a missing Tennessee woman.
The New England Forest Rally has cars zooming on dirt roads around Sunday River.
On hand at the emotional memorial service, LePage calls the July 6 train derailment 'horrendous.'
Ceremonies recognize about 400 of the 41,000 men and women from the state who served during the war.
The bloodshed shows police willingness to use deadly force against Islamists seeking reinstatement of the ousted leader.
The injured man has been released from a hospital and taken to a police station.
The vehicles were following a makeshift route after the Bangor parade had to be detoured because of an armed standoff.
Widow of triathlete who drowned files lawsuit / Bacteria shuts three New Hampshire beaches / High-risk sex offender moves to California ... and more news from around the region.
An indictment says he lied to authorities when asked about crimes of persecution.
Goodwill Industries will give juvenile offenders work experience before they are released.
At issue are statements a teen suspect made to police before Miranda rights were read to him.
Carnival worker charged as fugitive from justice / Ex-Maine bus driver convicted of sex assault / July 4th shooting suspect apprehended ... and more news from around the state.
After a train crash kills 47 people and destroys much of a Quebec town, Ed Burkhardt says the company is cooperating with the investigation, which remains limited to Canada.
Limited money for education has some worried that enrollment will suffer.
But the former Chelsea selectwoman is convicted of workers' compensation and income tax fraud.
The top 10 answers, gleaned from the Telegram's analysis of 12 years' worth of tagging station data, might surprise you.