The emails to Fox News and conservative talk-show host Howie Carr show that the administration saw political opportunity in the backlash over requests for public gun data.
"As free agency kind of went on, I kind of got the feeling that it was time to start looking for other opportunities," said New England's all-time leading receiver.
Thirteen years after the government listed Canada lynx as a threatened species, advocates asked a judge Thursday to force the government to finish its long-awaited rescue plan.
MEMIC could raise rates by 3.9 percent, but it decided against it. "This is the right thing for us to do at this time," its president said.
It could be weeks before a judge decides whether 11-year-old girl Kelli Murphy is competent to stand trial.
The Maine girl is charged with killing 3-month-old Brooklyn Foss-Greenaway, and a judge will determine in private if she understands the severity of the charges against her.
Town Councilors unanimously voted Monday to extend a smoke-free workplace policy to all tobacco products.
Superintendent Ted Sharp presented his proposed $33.3 million budget to the School Committee on Wednesday.
He pleaded guilty to molesting three children at his second home on Sebago Lake last summer.
The weekly has faced 'significant financial losses,' its publisher says, and, along with a radio station the company owns, is 'no longer sustainable.'
Opponents warned that increases would have a damaging effect on the economy that would hurt everyone.
The iPads are cheaper, but some have concerns about functionality issues, including the difficulty of writing at length using touch screens.
The pontiff underwent surgery as a young man to remove "a good part" of an infected lung, and "he's a little bit slowed by it," his biographer says.
The U.S. agriculture secretary visits Portland to promote proper diet and exercise for young people. "They've got to be on top of their game."
A Sanford school says keeping boys and girls separate can improve education, but the ACLU says it's unconstitutional and reinforces stereotypes.
Dan LeGage has resigned as Deering High boys' basketball coach after 11 seasons and two Class A state championships.
The plan calls on state agencies, local businesses and philanthropic groups to make Alzheimer's a priority.
In 2012, online registration for the general public was open for just five minutes before all 4,000 slots were filled.
The group puts forth a package of bills seeking $11 million for job training.
The governor says he will sign the bill that he called "garbage" after it receives bipartisan support in the Legislature.
Democrats win committee approval, but the proposal faces an uphill battle before the full Senate.
A federal appeals court finds that the judge's background as a former federal prosecutor could create the appearance of bias against the reputed gangster.
Amos "Ace" Don is charged with the August 2009 shooting of Erica Field, 29, of Lewiston, Maine, in a drug-related killing in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood.
In 2010-11, Amendola led the NFL with 2,364 all-purpose yards, but he's struggled to stay healthy for entire seasons.
The clear message: He's different from Benedict
The phenomenon, which could have implications for the economy, is in its second year and verging on a trend.
The 5-foot-8 junior point guard led the Lions (22-0) to their third straight Class A state title earlier this month.
The subatomic particle that may be key to understanding the creation of the universe has long been elusive.
Dr. Robert Grover had informed the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services there were problems in billings at his women's health care clinics.
The study reveals that the potential harm from radiation runs deeper than many medical experts may have realized, especially for women who already have cardiac risk factors such as diabetes.
"There are reactions to noises, doors slamming, things being dropped have a strong startled response," says Superintendent Janet Robinson. "We're really just trying to have the whole school be as calm as possible."
A Franklin County jury is scheduled to continue deliberating today in the case of Brian Sweeney and Shari Dupree, both charged in connection with the alleged attack last April.
The shift toward full-time work in the Pew poll coincides with the recession and may have less to do with career ambitions than with financial realities.
U.S. Sen. Angus King speaks with students at Lawrence High School via an experimental videoconferencing format, urging students and educators to embrace 21st century-style learning.
More than a dozen fire departments responded to the blaze at Cavendish Game Birds, the largest producer of Coturnix quails in New England.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will underscore the importance of proper nutrition and physical activity for the nation's children and for military readiness.
Former teacher changes plea, will avoid jail time / Falmouth off-ramp to turnpike to be closed 3 weeks / Fatal fire blamed on careless use of smoking materials ... and more news from around the state.
The bill aimed at moving patients out of residential areas would have cost the state $2 million a year.
Sen. Collins helps organize a hearing to draw attention to the thefts from senior citizens, including nearly 200 cases in Maine.
The election of Spanish-speaking Pope Francis is met with excitement and optimism for the church.