Ever since they lost the AFC championship game, New England has endured one distraction after another. But fans in Maine still trust in Brady and Belichick.
As a former Democratic legislator from Portland, Beaulieu fought tirelessly for education, labor and public safety issues.
'A firing squad hit us,' says a witness in the trial of James 'Whitey' Bulger, recounting an alleged hit.
The U.S. has asked Hong Kong to detain the former contractor on a provisional arrest warrant.
One bill would require more transparency for donations to a newly-elected governor, which LePage says is disrespectful because it questions the winning candidate's integrity.
The grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration goes to a center that specializes in ocean and coastal mapping.
John Perry gets eight years for illegally prescribing oxycodone.
Farm issues and subsidies no longer command the support they used to have on Capitol Hill.
Anthony Marshall had been sentenced in 2009 but has exhausted all appeals of his conviction for stealing from his mother, a former summer resident of Northeast Harbor, Maine.
The company did not say how much the contract was worth or what it called for Hernandez to do.
Officers confronted the man outside the store and caught up with him near a Toys 'R'' Us, where they shot and arrested him.
The package includes Social Security numbers, tax information, handwritten resignation letters and salary information for about 20 former Gap employees.
The odds of a resident getting chosen were 1 in 35, while out-of-state applicants faced odds of 1 in 121.
Ernest Amoh of Ghana was visiting Dartmouth to attend his brother's graduation.
James Comey is best-known for a remarkable 2004 standoff at the hospital bedside of Attorney General John Ashcroft over a no-warrant wiretapping program.
Some pedestrians and bicyclists have tried to cross the bridge, but it is still an active construction site, due to open next month.
Internal systems such as the one planned for Keystone XL have a spotty record catching leaks, according to a U.S. Transportation Department report.
Moody’s said the payments wouldn't affect the hospitals' credit ratings, but would help reduce receivables and increase cash on hand.
Bub Peter Nguany is charged with murder in the death of Charles Raybine in March.
The moon will be closest and turn full around 7:30 a.m. EDT, making it the best time to view.
The 'Sopranos' star died in Rome on Wednesday night after spending the day with his son.
Exeter Hospital's president says the hospital investigated the outbreak, but was duped by a medical technician who was 'a skilled con man' and has been charged in the case.
The Republican governor, who says he made the crude remark to 'wake people up,' suggests that he may run for Congress rather than re-election.
The Maine chapter cites the DEP commissioner's lax enforcement of state environmental laws.
Unemployment rates across the state range from 5.5 percent in Cumberland County to 10.1 percent in Washington County.
The ring changed hands in 2005 when New England Patriots' owner Robert Kraft was visiting Putin with a business delegation.
"This is a piece of history that made a difference in the world, it's where the computer revolution started," says the longtime owner.
The FAA says the planes were about a half-mile apart horizontally and 200 feet vertically.
The federal oversight board reviews anti-terror programs to ensure that privacy concerns are taken into account.
He has been shooting a movie, 'The Judge,' in Shelburne, Mass.
A clerk at the Irving Lil' Mart on Route 1 was robbed at gunpoint Friday morning.
Police reportedly said Aaron Hernandez destroyed evidence connected to a Massachusetts homicide.
No injuries have been reported from the accident, which shut off power to about 3,600 customers Friday morning.
The announcement comes barely an hour after she posted one of two online videos begging for forgiveness for using racial slurs in the past.
Cows run for cover, people are shaken awake and dispatchers field calls from curious residents, but no damage is reported.
Frank Capizzi said he was riding in the back seat when the car was shot up in March 1973.
Kimberly Phelan, 29, is accused of running over her boyfriend during a drunken argument.
States are increasingly adopting laws that set up legal conflicts, directing local police not to enforce federal laws and, in rare cases, even threatening criminal charges for federal agents who dare to do their jobs.
Many immigrants will have to wait more than a decade to qualify for health care benefits under the proposed immigration overhaul being debated by Congress.
Kathy Mattingly, 56, is accused of stealing nearly $20,000 from the town of Troy.
It would have allowed fishermen to apply for the USDA's emergency disaster loan program, just as farmers or ranchers do.
Police who arrived at the scene interviewed several people but there was no immediate word on any arrests.
Michael Swenson, 45, faces up to 40 years in prison for killing Roger White following an argument in April 2012.
Mass. AG urges rejection of utility increase / Man convicted in 'black money' scam / State agencies investigate fish kill and pesticide link ... and more news from around the region.
Blooms of algae, depletion of fish and reduced ice cover are among the threats posed in Maine.
A Facebook campaign leads to action: facial surgery for a badly hurt Bolivian youngster.
That was the bottom-line reaction – aside from astonished gasps – from supporters and critics of Gov. Paul LePage to his statements Thursday.
Never have I been so happy I no longer have young children. And never have I felt more sympathy for those who do.
Municipal leaders want the revenue opportunity, but others say it would be discouraging to tourism.
Whether it's French music, poutine or crepes, the annual Franco-American and multi-cultural celebration is one of the state's most beloved traditions.
Documents show the steps taken to protect privacy, but critics say the agency has too much latitude.
The clinic, designed to serve low-income and immigrant populations in the Riverton neighborhood, will open to patients June 27.
The state improves, but it's still ninth worst in the nation.