Mike Carp also had two hits and scored a run for Boston, which is 7-1 on its nine-game homestand and in first place.
Daniel Pinney, who police shot and killed, had been arrested on a domestic violence charge.
The police say they will consider not pressing criminal charges if the culprits cooperate.
Democratic leaders are endorsing Eloise Vitelli, 64, of Arrowsic for the Senate seat representing Sagadahoc County.
The most tragic example is a death in 1993, when a pyrotechnician was killed during a Bar Harbor show.
John Littlefield spent 10 days in the hospital after Portland's 2012 "Stars and Stripes Spectacular" fireworks display went wrong.
LePage's office and the union's general counsel say the new contract includes wage increases, although no particulars were offered.
A box of ammo is found in the apartment a few miles from the former Patriots tight end's Bay State home.
It's the city's first large public gathering since the Boston Marathon bombings – an attack the suspects first considered staging on Independence Day.
A 3-D printer and another duck's foot are used to help Buttercup get his waddle back.
George Zimmerman says he shot the unarmed teenager in Florida because Martin grabbed his firearm and was attacking him.
Egyptian military would be forced to suspend its $1.5 billion in annual military and economic assistance if America considers Wednesday's events a coup d'etat.
Stevens, 36, led the relatively unknown Bulldogs to back-to-back national title games in 2010 and 2011.
The son of the late 'Sopranos' star gets the largest chunk.
Ramirez, 41, spent three months playing at a high level in Taiwan for the Rhinos before leaving the team on June 20.
Opponents say the National Academy of Sciences conclusion 'provides no comfort.'
Statoil, a Norwegian oil company, cites a new Maine law as the reason, because it overturns an agreement on electric rates the company will be allowed to charge.
Why did the man who leaked American secrets leave Hong Kong, why did he go to Russia and what is his relationship with WikiLeaks, for starters.
There are contradictory accounts over whether European countries blocked President Evo Morales' plane from passing through their airspace, but everyone agrees on one point: Edward Snowden is not on board.
A private survey, released ahead of government numbers due Friday, also helps the stock market end the day on a high note.
Mary Nyembo, 21, of Cumberland Avenue, said she took the black 2010 Ford F-150 pickup so she could move some furniture, according to police.
The chairman and the vice chairman quit amid tension within the ranks, and Bruce Poliquin may fill the void.
The bill calls for an examination of the risks of piping the controversial oil through the state.
President Mohammed Morsi decries as a 'full coup' his displacement by the chief justice of the nation's highest court until new elections can be held.
The state warns that motorists could experience delays on Tukey's Bridge.
A decaying carcass becomes a learning tool after it washes ashore on a Cape Elizabeth beach.
An injured hiker is lifted off the Maine mountain in a full-body 'screamer suit.'
The western part of the state is particularly hard hit after 4 inches of rain falls in 24 hours.
Leanna Norris, 24, has been charged less than two weeks after her baby was found dead in her car in Stetson.
In a student race, Bowdoin College loses by 2¼ lengths to Scottish champion Edinburgh University.
Maine's rate was 6.8 percent, below regional leaders Rhode Island and Connecticut, each at 8.9 percent
Three cars carrying liquid carbon dioxide and an empty tanker derailed about 5:30 a.m. today.
Park officials say sections of the Flying Mountain and Jordan trails at Valley Cove and Jordan cliffs reopened Wednesday.
Prosecutor has planned July 11 meeting to discuss the possibility of seeking the death penalty against Ariel Castro.
Brendan McDonough, 21, grieved with families of the fallen firefighters Tuesday evening at a public memorial service in Prescott.
Branden Mattier, 22, allegedly claimed to The One Fund that his aunt, who died over 10 years ago, lost both legs as a result of the April 15 attacks.
Dempsey and delegation members are scheduled to visit Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and Pease Air National Guard Base on Monday.
Peter Dickinson's vehicle was traveling east on the Bucksport Road at about 11:30 p.m. Monday when his car crossed into the opposite lane and collided with another vehicle.
Though the next legislative session is scheduled to begin in January, Democratic leaders intend to return to Augusta earlier to take up state borrowing proposals.
The donation to the Open Door Recovery Center, a drug treatment center in Ellsworth, comes from the Governor's emergency contingency fund.
Two die after SUV hits parked vehicle / Maine Supreme Court nixes convicted killer's appeal / Charter school says it has many unsolicited resumes ... and more news from around the state.
A baker fired by Micucci's says he owns the secrets to popular creations like luna bread, but the law is tricky.
Aerial photography will document the friendly palm-slapping at Friday's Portland Sea Dogs game.
Since Maine legalized the explosive devices last year, the state's cities and towns have varied widely in how to regulate them.
Eager to re-establish a tourism link to New England, Nova Scotia officials expect fresh proposals by Thursday. Will Portland be their U.S. destination?
The company has a five-year contract for gas at the University of Maine at Augusta.