The incident severely injures an 89-year-old member of the Good Shepherd Sisters.
The Kennedy cousin is serving 20 years to life in prison for the 1975 slaying of Martha Moxley, 15.
Votes against proposed gambling facilities validate a provision requiring local approval, Deval Patrick says.
When the Patriots and Broncos meet Sunday, Wes Welker will be opposing New England for the first time since his departure.
The ex-Boston mobster says a now-dead prosecutor promised him immunity for crimes including murder.
Gov. Pat Quinn signed the legislation Wednesday allowing same-sex weddings starting this summer.
Jim Pepin says the city can get court search warrants if code enforcement officers want to enter his properties.
The country is moving forward with a naval upgrade, and the Maine company hopes to be part of it.
DHHS won’t say why, but the omission could potentially be costly for the state. ‘This was gross mismanagement,’ one lawmaker says.
A study says that court-martial rates in the nuclear missile force in 2011 and 2012 were more than twice as high as in the overall Air Force.
The agreement must be approved by a council of Afghan elders and the parliament.
The music resides in etched grooves on a very rare and delicate wax-covered cylinder.
Cleaner waters and a locavore revolution inspire growers along the Atlantic Seaboard.
Proposals for next session include revenue-sharing changes and a measure tied to human trafficking.
That tops the national rate of increase for October. The state’s median price for existing houses rises 3.4%.
The use of trains to carry crude is increasing in both the U.S. and Canada as production outstrips the capacity of pipelines to transport the bounty.
At age 65, the lead singer of the ‘60s indie girl band is reviving the music of the once-obscure group.
Graham, 95, was admitted for a respiratory issue.
In a 2007 publicity stunt, Peter Berdovsky and his partner were charged with placing a hoax device in a way that causes panic and disorderly conduct.
Milo Lewis was in town for Monday’s concert at the State Theatre when he was injured in the incident downtown.
Wednesday’s day of tributes started at the White House, where Obama presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom to 16 prominent Americans.
Appeals Court affirms two earlier rulings that FairPoint wrongfully transferred union jobs
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons aims to destroy some 1,300 metric tons of Syrian toxic agents by mid-2014.
Toni Macquinn was taking her two dogs out for their 'daily duties' when she heard a gunshot. Then another whizzed past her leg.
A passer-by spotted the woman hanging from an apartment window on Main Street late Monday, police say.
One woman is accused of embezzling more than $10,000 from a Gardiner supermarket; the other two women allegedly cheated public assistance programs.
The 16-day partial government shutdown pinched home sales last month by creating uncertainty about the economy and slowing loan approvals.
In exchange, John Burbine wants the judge to cap his client’s sentence at 15 years, instead of life.
Leah Fonda of St. Paul, Minn., and her husband were on their honeymoon when their car was struck July 20.
Prosecutors say authorities seized 300 plants along with two semi-automatic weapons from James F. Ford’s home two years ago.
The former Olympian will now face a charge of murder and three charges of violating South Africa’s firearm laws at his trial in March.
Peter Willcox, captain of a Greenpeace ship and married to an Isleboro woman, could be freed by this weekend.
The 43rd president shares paintings of his dog Barney and a stray cat that he adopted and named Bob.
After turning himself in to police, the 25-year-old is charged with refusing to submit to arrest.
Kline’s arrest comes two months after he was identified as a suspect in a fire at the Woodlands golf course.
Creighton Deeds was stabbed in the head and chest in an apparent murder-suicide attempt by his son, who was found dead.
Farmington was one of three towns to apply for certification in the fifth round of applications for the program.
New England Steam wants to restore engine, move it to Ellsworth and use it for Downeast Scenic Railroad excursions
Republican Rep. Henry ‘Trey’ Radel bought cocaine from an undercover agent in Washington’s Dupont Circle neighborhood on Oct. 29.
Energy Director Patrick Woodcock says a severe shortage in the Midwest and lower New England inventories may be contributing to the price increases.
Despite that call, a police official says the man told responding officers he didn’t feel at risk, so they left. Minutes later, two people were dead.
Rep. Diane Russell is hoping to use the momentum from Portland’s vote, but not everyone’s supportive.
A global study finds fitness has eroded for both boys and girls compared with 30 years ago.
Justice Stephen Breyer wrote that he expects the issue to appear before the court again.
The artwork was discovered by a summer visitor to the town who recognized the work outside a shop
As the BEP gets ready for its meeting, public response is running strongly against the proposed changes.
The University of New England is the latest institution of higher learning in Maine to go smoke-free, and the prohibition will include electronic cigarettes and all tobacco products.
WellPoint shares set a record as Medicaid expansion under Obamacare promises more revenues for insurers who run state programs.
Portland panhandler held after British visitor kicked / Woman in stabbing death gets hospital furloughs / LePage awards $10,000 to English skills program ... and more news from around the state.
Dick Cheney has jumped into a bitter clash between his two daughters, a fight that reflects a broader debate within the Republican Party.
From Iraq to the Philippines, Adam Szafran knows disaster. And he calls his newfound calling 'the modern-day VFW.'
The Methodist minister could be defrocked for his role in his son’s marriage and his defiant attitude.