The official death toll from the disaster rose to 1,774 on Tuesday and more than 9 million people have been affected across a large swath of the country.
The suspect makes off with OxyContin pills.
The motorist fled the scene of the Easton crash, state police say.
No foul play is suspected, a Maine public safety spokesman says.
The driver, a 36-year-old Newry resident, lost control of his car, state police say.
Art center has raised about half of its $4M goal
Voters advised to brace for hard-hitting campaign.
In the wake of thousands of deaths from Typhoon Haiyan, Naderev “Yeb” Sano’s emotional appeal was met with a standing ovation at the start of talks in Warsaw for a new pact to fight global warming.
Michael Gosselin of Mars Hill sued Boston-based First Wind over noise from a nearby wind farm.
National governments and nonprofit organizations are beginning to coordinate relief efforts in the Philippines.
Lawmakers are unlikely to sign off on the plan to create a new state near Kansas with a population of fewer than 30,000 people.
The new wind farm, 12 miles off the coast, will eventually have 143 floating turbines capable of generating 1000 megawatts of electricity.
The proposal would reduce federal excise taxes for breweries that produce fewer than 6 million barrels annually.
Despite massive evacuations, Typhoon Haiyan already ranks as one of Asia’s most destructive natural disasters in recent decades.
Nina Blackwood says she moved here for the weather, for nature, and for a little more seclusion.
Richard Brewer started One Warrior Won to give support to other vets with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Pink license plates to be auctioned / CMP warns of scam
Don Tuttle of Augusta is made a knight for his work as a tail gunner aboard a B-24 bomber.
Just hours after the facility opens, premature twins are born, while other patients praise the center.
State regulators are poised to impose catch limits and require swipe-card monitoring of elver sales, while moving ahead with a welfare fraud prevention project aimed at fishermen
A father and his son were injured in the collision late Saturday night.
Christopher Raymond's wounds are not considered to be life-threatening.
The fire, which took seven hours to extinguish, destroys the home.