Jhonny Peralta hits a two-run shot in the ninth inning as Andrew Bailey’s troubles continue.
Former Maine deputy sentenced for molesting young girls / Maine Supreme Court denies appeal of manslaughter conviction / Cause of deadly explosion may never be determined ... and more news from around the state.
The 51-year-old actor, who died Wednesday, had been busy, leaving behind numerous projects in various states of development.
Maine is among the states ranking in the top six for primary care doctors per capita, according to a physicians' organization.
The margin by which Town Councilor Michael Coleman was recalled grows from 11 votes to 19.
A survivor of the assault that left one man dead and another paralyzed testifies emotionally.
Janet Mills' letter to lawmakers say the governor's proposed 60-day temporary budget would likely result in lawsuits.
Trezjuan Thompson is sentenced as a career offender because of previous convictions, according to the U.S. Attorney's office.
The first sequel will be written and directed by Joss Whedon and is set for a May 2015 release.
The Obama administration is noncommittal about the proposal, which it said it expected.
The breadth of the sell-off was seen across global markets, and the Dow Jones falls 353 points, its biggest drop since November 2011.
The deal is an attempt to head off a rate hike that could cost the average student borrower an extra $2,600.
Isaacson was a cultural leader, attorney, public servant and Telegram columnist.
The former U.S. senator from Maine joins the investment management firm with more than $600 billion in assets under its management.
Sales growth in Maine outpaces gains seen nationally.
David Grover pleaded guilty to gross sexual assault involving a girl between the ages of 9 and 15.
From posting signs to requiring pledges to staging 'silent' games, sports groups try to temper the over-the-top behavior of some parents.
The Florida allegation comes as Aaron Hernandez is being investigated after a Massachusetts shooting.
Prosecutors say Zimmerman, 29, racially profiled 17-year-old Trayvon Martin before shooting the unarmed teenager.
Private health organizations around the world trying to combat HIV/AIDS shouldn't have to pledge allegiance to U.S. government policies in order to get aid money, Supreme Court justices say.
Nobody was hurt in the incident and the car was later pulled from the lake, said Chief Deputy Everett Flannery of the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office.
The emerging compromise adds powerful momentum to an Obama-backed immigration reform bill.
The surrounding community of Coteau-du-Lac is evacuated as fireworks continue exploding nearly two hours after the initial blast.
Many Republicans say the proposed $2 billion annual cut was not enough, while liberals say the plan could remove as many as 2 million needy people from the program.
Rep. Stella Tremblay says a bombing victim who later lost his legs was not in pain or shock – evidence of a hoax.
The man suffers only scrapes, and the animal is being tested for rabies.
Investigators were asking for the public's help to find a silver mirror cover believed to have broken off a car between Boston and North Attleborough.
It isn't yet known yet what caused his heart to stop beating. An autopsy will be performed 24 hours after his death, as required by Italian law.
He says a legislator critical of his budget is 'the first one to give it to the people without providing Vaseline.'
Phantom Fireworks in Seabrook distributes fliers in Boston, where the mayor urges people not to buy them.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns says the Boston Marathon bombing suspect shouldn't have been listed.
Authorities say 79-year-old Budsen Anderson was working on lawn equipment just before the explosion.
Michael Coleman was among the six town councilors removed from office after months of political tension and bickering stemming from the firing of the town manager.
UMaine would host one game while three would remain at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland.
The clinic will help provide training for students in health care programs at the University of New England.
He asks conservatives to reject the bipartisan budget and endorse a 60-day temporary spending plan to buy more time.
A state highway official says every aspect of the Callahan Tunnel is in fair or poor condition.
In the Bloomfield ice cream parlor where series' famous cut-to-black last scene was shot, a 'Reserved' sign marked the table where Tony had his last on-screen meal.
The solicitations urge corporations to file information and send a $125 payment by July 13.
The replica is currently undergoing repairs and maintenance at a boatyard in Portland Harbor.
The Washington state man could have been sentenced to a decade in prison, but a judge instead sentenced him to 15 years based on prior convictions.
A California man is creating what he calls the world's largest private underground survivor shelter in a complex of limestone caves dug more than 100 years ago.
The bust shows just how pervasive drugs are in the city and that there's always a market for them, says Police Chief Joseph Massey.
Jared Bell, a senior, won the javelin and the shot put at the Class A state meet.
Maine's Supreme Judicial Court agreed with a former Searsport music teacher that he was not advised of his Miranda rights.
Neighbors in a wooded golf course community learned this week that the 72-year-old they know only as a cordial fellow resident is a former mob hit man.
The former Somerset County sheriff’s deputy and husband of a daycare owner pleads guilty to four counts of unlawful sexual contact with children under the age of 14.
The idea of releasing some of the Taliban's most senior operatives has been controversial over fears they would simply return to the battlefield.
'We are more organized, we are more resolved, and America needs us more than ever before.'
James 'Whitey' Bulger is accused of participating in 19 killings in the 1970s and '80s.
The 104th Fighter Wing from Massachusetts is scheduled to practice scramble maneuvers this afternoon.
A report says that nearly 15 percent of the state's 2,408 bridges require significant maintenance, rehabilitation or replacement.
The bipartisan bill, which would help lower energy costs for Mainers, must pass a veto override in the Senate before becoming law.
Although the complete beer list for The Festival hasn't been released, there is a growing list of confirmed beers that will be pouring throughout the weekend . . .
Las Vegas casino operator Steve Wynn is bankrolling an effort to convince Everett voters to support a proposed casino in the city.
The Baxter Academy for Technology & Science meets the required enrollment and begins renovations at 54 York St.
Maine man dies from burn injuries after vapors ignite / Suspect admits sex offenses involving two girls in 1980s / Committee supports Portland traffic changes ... and more news from around the state.
She wants state limits removed on keeping the fish, which is considered a 'nuisance invasive species.'
Health officials are unable to pinpoint the source of the virus that originated in the Middle East.
The city will be buzzing this weekend with craft beer brewers, importers and drinkers from all over the world.
Wednesday's operation is the state's second this year to address a growing problem with opiates.