The lawmakers are trying to make sweeping changes to how the military deals with sexual assault.
The Portland native is the longest serving member of the board.
Tuukka Rask made 43 saves and Daniel Paille added his 10th career short-handed goal to lift Boston.
The top Senate Republican urges taking a hard line.
The $1 billion casino proposal was the third one to fail in Massachusetts in the last month.
He says he has less than $150 and no source of income.
The inspirational Gettysburg Address was praised for reinvigorating national ideals of freedom and justice amid a Civil War that had torn the country into pieces.
Raymond Stevens of Pembroke remains at Massachusetts General Hospital while police seek an arrest warrant.
Compare historic photos of Dallas with the same views in 2013.
The production is closing after a two-year-run on Broadway to move west.
Police say an autopsy determined that Brooke Locke died from strangulation.
NOAA says springtime zooplankton off northern New England were well below average, leading to the lowest levels ever seen for the tiny but critically important organisms.
Samsung infringed on Apple’s patents involving key features of the iPhone and iPad.
The machine manufactures about 300 tons of coated paper per day, and will affect an unspecified number of employees.
A judge sets bond at $9,000 on charges he pointed a shotgun at his new girlfriend and forced her out of the home.
It’s a safety issue, the city says, but foes argue they illegally restrict speech.
Warren Knight, whose farm is near a quarry, is accused of refusing to leave an area near a planned blast by Pike Industries.
The former gubernatorial candidate is in fair condition and his son is dead in an apparent murder-suicide attempt.
Two of seven campuses show increases, but an overall trend has officials looking at nontraditional recruitment.
The state will pay $925,000 to The Alexander Group to help with fraud detection and assess the potential cost of expansion.
Investigators say the plane’s engines and other systems were working fine until the moment the plane hit the ground Sunday night, killing all 50 people aboard.
With only Old Orchard Beach remaining, the union, which once included Saco, will end with the school year.
The penalty is more than three times the record amount levied on oil giant BP over the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history.
The term beats other buzzwords including ‘twerk,’ ‘showrooming’ and ‘bitcoin.’
Electronics retailer makes a return to profitability.
The new bridge connecting Kittery to Portsmouth is expected to cost $160 million.
Typhoon survivors are trying to move forward in the wake of disaster.
Gail Judd was sent to the hospital indefinitely in March after she was found not criminally responsible for the stabbing death of her boyfriend. .
The arrests took place last week in Auburn and Lewiston.
Matthew Santamore, 22, was convicted of acting as an accomplice in a robbery last year of Tranten’s Too, when he drove the getaway car.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a former smoker, also signs legislation setting a minimum price for all cigarettes sold in the city: $10.50 per pack.
But experts say the goal of attracting 65,000 workers by 2020 ignores that the jobs may not be there.
The explosions take place in a stronghold of the Shiite militant group Hezbollah, a main ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Mass. police charge him with a weekend stabbing of a 21-year-old University of Massachusetts student.
Federal loans of $10 million will be used to build a new assisted living facility next to the Plant Home.
Some local suppliers have sold out and Butterball has reduced its supply, but there are other non-frozen options for Thanksgiving.
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Lawmakers say Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s proposal could make matters worse for victims.
She helped cripple the Italian navy and assisted the D-Day invasion.
Bat mortality is a concern for wind energy farms, as bats are also challenged by white-nose syndrome.
But the governor resists an expansion, saying providing tens of thousands of new Mainers with health care would overburden a system that's always flawed.