Despite the Newtown massacre and the 31 weapons-related bills, lawmakers added few controls.
Despite challenges and negative stereotypes, they give their all to a business that they were born into.
Since splitting from Portland, the island town has managed its own affairs, invested in the community and, as hoped, kept life the same.
There were no reports of damage from the storms that rolled through the region.
At least five vehicles are involved in the crash which took place in the southbound lane of Interstate 295.
That may be a sign of how the defendant wants to be remembered, or a bid to paint the FBI as unethical.
In one of the crashes, police are unable to locate the driver.
The crash took place near the entrance to the Lebanon House of Pizza on Route 202.
Two Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage add to the celebratory atmosphere.
Fears grow that backers of President Morsi could be on a collision course with the demonstrators.
The win is Boston's fifth in six games.
Robert V. Cushing Jr. was not wearing a helmet when he crashed his Harley-Davidson.
Portland racks up 17 hits to support Anthony Raunado, who has an off game but gets a win.
A fuel-only pit stop is enough to enable him to beat Jimmie Johnson at Kentucky Speedway.
Nathan MacKinnon, 17, is a center considered to be a natural scorer.
Karen Rand, who grew up in Westbrook, said the loss of her friend, one of three killed in the blast, was far worse than losing her left leg.
Anthony Kennedy denies a last-ditch request from the sponsors of California's now-overturned gay marriage ban to halt the issuance of same-sex marriage licenses.
iCook is a study to determine how cooking can impact childhood obesity.
Mike Smith's new contract will average around $5.7 million per year.
The New York Police Department says the pilot and four Swedish tourists were rescued and taken to shore.
Jan Bakelants pulls away from Peter Sagan with a few hundred meters remaining.
Major upsets during the first week of Wimbledon have opened up opportunities for some lesser known players.
The deadliest of the three attacks killed at least 28 near a Shiite Muslim mosque in Quetta.
Rafael Correa says "the case is not in Ecuador's hands" and said NSA leaker Edward Snowden must assume responsibility if he broke U.S. laws.
A strike, which is "95 percent" possible would derail the more than 400,000 riders.
The demonstrations are the culmination of polarization and instability that have been building since Mohammed Morsi's June 30, 2012 inauguration as Egypt's first freely elected leader.
An international Hindu group praises U.S. airports in Burlington and two other cities for hosting recently established yoga studios.
Surveys are being randomly sent to 1,000 people, asking them to share their thoughts about the public use of private land.
A new bill allows lobstermen on Swans Island an additional 75 traps.
About $7.6 million was spent through May, raising three times the tax dollars originally estimated.
"We started out with very wide gaps and we have narrowed those considerably," said John Kerry regarding negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
A section of the Maine Turnpike was shut down for almost two hours while Central Maine Power Co. replaced two utility poles that were slumping toward the highway.
The owner of Black Mountain hopes to find a nonprofit organization that will buy the ski hill.
Kirt Westcom is arrested in connection with drugs that officials say were smuggled from Canada.
New Hampshire's Beatrice Munyenyezi was convicted of lying about her role in a genocide.
You will feel the effects of the financial plan approved by the Legislature last week. Here's a glance at you can expect.
A deft American Sign Language interpreter at concerts and music festivals has many fans of her own.
In a highly unusual move, the state Senate's assistant minority leader calls out the governor, who is from his own party.
The half-hour documentary features ‘one of those untold stories’ from Gettysburg.
For three days in July, 150 years ago, the course of this nation's history took a dramatic turn in a Pennsylvania town, and Mainers by the hundreds did their part to see the Union preserved.