The Boston forward’s third goal, in overtime, may mean it’s all but over for Toronto.
Leaders differ on whether to tie the measure to expansion of Maine's Medicaid program.
A legislator says the system that protects the interests of kids mistreats other parties.
After four regulars are given a day off Tuesday, Portland rebounds by beating Reading, 10-4.
The 57-year-old, who was off duty, was a veteran of the force, police say.
The charge of homicide by assault is less serious than manslaughter and carries a possible sentence of up to five years in prison for adults.
The Obama administration hopes that releasing the information will lead to answers to the riddle of hospital pricing — and pressure some hospitals to lower their charges.
The three, who were held in a Cleveland neighborhood, had to wear disguises when they went out and were allowed to walk only as far as the garage, police say.
No homes currently are threatened but the fire consumes about 100 acres.
While the vote gives gun-control advocates a small victory, a Republican-run House committee backs making it easier for some veterans with mental difficulties to get firearms.
The community-development finance institution would move onto the property that currently houses the Brunswick town office and police station.
In addition to Baxter Academy in Portland, the Fiddlehead School of Arts and Science and the Harpswell Coastal Academy are due to open in September.
John Allen Wright has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting children on his bus and filming it using hidden cameras.
The bridge was closed for more than two hours on the side that motorists use to enter Portland from South Portland.
The Maine Housing Authority hopes to get a waiver of federal rules governing rent aid to enable families to quickly move into permanent housing.
A top Navy official tells senators that civilian workers – like those in Kittery – may need to be exempt to maintain military readiness
The proposal is named for Ruth Moore of Maine, a Navy veteran who was raped while in the service.
Unlike the brilliant thieves in "Ocean's Eleven," it appears that those behind the clockwork-precision heist may not get a Hollywood ending.
Arias initially denied involvement, then blamed the killing on masked intruders, then said she killed Travis Alexander in self-defense.
The department this week finished three months of training, a series of exercises aimed at familiarizing officers with what they need to do in the chaos of a real shooting scenario.
The money will help 1.4 million Syrian refugees, many of whom are in Jordan, and civilians trapped in Syria.
Nate Gallant, 7, of Mexico, gets to whack a few balls to kick off this year's signature charity effort.
A proposed bill would allow the publishing of hospital financial data so consumers can compare pricing from hospital to hospital.
Other performers at the free concerts include Joshua Radin and Guster.
Members of Maine’s congressional delegation say the FAA will continue to operate 24-hour air traffic control at Bangor International.
Opponents say that restricting the sale of 10 percent ethanol fuel would put Maine out of compliance with the federal Clean Air Act.
The education commissioner will take your questions at 12:30 about a new system for grading Maine's schools.
Maine’s hospital obligation and the school-grading system dominate the menu for a breakfast discussion.
The Pinterest board is called 'Woodland Creatures' and features photos of cuddly bears, loons, deer and other wildlife common to Maine.
Police have chased most of the drugs and prostitution away from Seymour Avenue, residents say. Neighbors know each other, talk on front porches, share laughs and drinks.
Two weeks after the April 24 factory collapse, there is no clear indication of how many bodies still remain in the debris.
Amir Ismagulov is the father of Azamat Tazhayakov, who is in a federal prison on charges that he conspired to destroy, conceal and cover up objects belonging to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,
Gary Noyes is accused of sexually assaulting two girls between 2007 and 2011 when both were juveniles.
Antonio Liquori says he put up the statue last year as part of a West Springfield beautification project in which business owners adopted traffic islands to maintain.
The group's deputy commander said it is suffering "rot" within its ranks.
The 52-year-old former school bus driver accused of kidnapping and raping the women will make his first public appearance in court today after emerging as the lone suspect.
Property managers with vacant apartments are encouraged to attend today's event, and may call MaineHousing to reserve a space.
The proposal would allow them to maintain their licenses while serving without paying fees so they can resume working as lobstermen or other harvesters once they return.
Three women are freed after years in captivity after a neighbor helps one of them escape.
Boaters are found safe after an all-night search in thick fog / High-speed chase leads to capture, several charges / ‘Happiest Seaside Towns’ list includes Kennebunkport . . . and more news from around the state.
Hospitals across Maine are struggling with a downturn in elective procedures, bad debts and automatic federal spending cuts that reduced Medicare reimbursements.
Mohammed Mukhtar committed 'a terrible assault on a sleeping, helpless victim,' the judge says.
Shirley Leighton, an artist and business owner, is remembered as 'a lovely lady' and compassionate parent.
The police chief credits 'top-notch citizens' for helping to save the life of a man run over by a train.
Baxter Academy will open in the fall and be the first such school in the city, operating under a scaled-back plan for 130 students.
South Carolina's former governor wins a 'second chance' as he defeats Elizabeth Colbert Busch.
Should Andrew Leighton have been in possession of the gun he bought the day before his mother was shot to death?
If you attended a Westbrook school in the past 40 years or so, you probably knew 'Lil.'
Votes to override the governor's veto are tentatively scheduled for today.
Democrats say they want equitable funding for charter schools.
The governor learns he does have $250,000 in contingency but suggests the Legislature find money for his hometown.
Meanwhile, state education officials spell out strategies for helping schools that received low grades.
Fishermen are divided on strict catch limits as Congress revisits landmark 1976 legislation.