Joseph Han will represent Maine in the national art competition on May 22.
A few days ago, Boston was looking at a sweep by the Knicks – now it's 3-2 after a 92-86 win.
Test-taking and results, year-to-year progress and graduation rates are the primary components.
Dias Kadyrbayev was driving back to his apartment April 18 when he got a call from a college buddy . . .
Of the 192 such blazes so far this year, 84 resulted from backyard burning of debris, a ranger says.
The school, which serves a largely poor and immigrant Portland neighborhood, had previously been praised for a 20 percent rise in test scores over the last three years.
Home values rose in top districts, poor schools lost support and the ratings got people's attention.
Azamat Tazhayakov has been suspended 'pending the outcome of the case.'
The children's mother had stepped out onto the porch when the boy fired the .22-caliber rifle, which he had been given as a gift.
The government acknowledges that border officials were unaware that the student had left school.
A Wisconsin woman convicted of killing her baby daughter more than 50 years ago was sentenced Wednesday to prison for up to 10 years.
The company says reliability and billing would improve. But are services already adequate?
Sarah Thomson will talk about 'Mercy: The Last New England Vampire.'
Kyle Upton, whose bail is set at $10,000, also faces four criminal charges in connection with Monday's incident on Alder Street.
A ceremony Wednesday opens the $5 million channel that will let fish move over the Cumberland Mills dam.
Police check Cascade Falls Park after receiving complaints.
The fire broke out Tuesday afternoon and took several hours to bring under control.
Gov. LePage says students will benefit as 75% of Maine’s schools get a C or worse.
Several critics attack the sweeping proposal as too similar to a reform plan overturned by voters in 2010.
About 400 people, including actor Michael J.Fox, attend Al Glickman's funeral in Portland, remembering 'Uncle Al' as 'a visionary.'
Joseph Han is one of 50 finalists who will have their artwork displayed in New York, and perhaps on the Google homepage.
The 19-year-olds were not accused of any role in the bombing itself, but he did tell two of them he knew how to make a bomb, according to the FBI.
The two have been held in a county jail for more than a week on allegations that they violated their student visas.
Police received a call Tuesday night that someone was yelling for help near the Ocean Gateway terminal.
Also on Wednesday, Obama plans to nominate Tom Wheeler, one of his top campaign fundraisers, to head the Federal Communications Commission.
There were more than 1,100 reported cases of Lyme disease in Maine in 2012, a record high that will likely be topped in 2013.
Erica Lafferty's mother was the principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School who died after lunging at the gunman to try to stop him from firing.
NextEra Energy Resources seeks a buyer for Wyman Station, Yarmouth's biggest single property taxpayer.
The credit card processor says CEO Michael Dubyak will move up to make to make way for Melissa Smith.
The special election to replace Sen. John Kerry, who vacated his seat to become Secretary of State, is scheduled for June 25.
The governor is accused of pressuring federally funded unemployment hearing officers to rule in favor of business.
Richard Caton IV is credited with recovering guns and a crossbow stolen from a home in Jay in 2012.
The first Chinese-owned vehicle manufacturing plant in the United States will make vehicles with a range of 150 miles between charges.
A face transplant has left her 'in a better place . . . than I ever could have imagined six years ago.'
Crews from Lewiston and surrounding communities helped fight the fire. The Maine Forest Service dropped water from a helicopter.
The rally will feature representatives from Maine's immigrant communities, musicians and members of Maine community organizations.
The bottom of the plate would read, "The State of the Arts."
Jarrod Clowery was jumping over a metal railing when the second blast went off, which likely ended up saving his legs.
Former Standish lawmaker will report to prison May 17 / Police collect record amount of prescription medication / Maine passes a resolution to overturn Citizens United . . . and more news from around Maine.
For a long time, we've had a problem in Maine. But 11 courageous lawmakers – from all parts of the spectrum – have finally stepped up.
The program, which began last week, pairs executives with Portland schools to foster collaboration among business and education.
They tell a commission that eels are flourishing in state waters and changes aren't needed.
On Tuesday night, 452 people stood in line for their dinner at Preble Street -- more than twice the number who gathered hours later to call for an end to hunger . . .
A women's group that sued over the age limits said Tuesday's action is not enough, and it will continue the court fight if necessary.
But the family disagrees, saying she was frequently bullied, citing specific stories and six visits to the school counselor.