The Hornets win the title by beating Winslow, 47-18.
The victim, 31, was pulling a car behind the tractor in an attempt to jump-start it, police say.
Days of talks lead to agreement on preventing weapons development in exchange for easing sanctions.
The Raiders claim their first state championship since 1982, beating Bucksport 42-35.
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Robert J. Rowe is arrested a day after being released from jail.
The benefit tour in the West End inspires people to get creative.
David Krejci breaks the 2-2 tie 1:20 into overtime.
The religious leaders are protesting attacks targeting clerics and worshippers.
The Black Bears now await the NCAA tournament.
A police official refuses to provide details about the communal living situation or the political beliefs that united the group.
Zach Dubiel scores on a 6-yard run with 22.8 seconds left as the Scots beat Cheverus, 31-28.
Sirhan Sirhan was moved on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s death, but the date was “an unfortunate coincidence.’
Terms of the deal have not been made public.
The accident forces Willie Nelson to suspend his tour indefinitely.
The country’s largest flight attendant union has come out against allowing calls in flight.
Latvia’s president describes the disaster, in which 54 people died, as “murder.”
The system is expected to head east and reach the Atlantic coast by the middle of next week.
The Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry says to make sure out-of-state orders don’t have insect damage on the needles.
Alexis Wright is released four months early for good behavior and participation in a work program.
The protest had more symbolic value than practical impact as there is normally little NATO supply traffic on the road on Saturdays.
The goal is a six-month agreement to freeze Iran’s nuclear program while offering Iran incentives through limited sanctions relief.
The Inn at Diamond Cove sustains about $5 million to $9 million in damage Saturday morning.
The city pays tribute to President Kennedy’s legacy to the nation.
But a government lawyer says analysis of phone records is an essential tool to fight terrorism.
The UMaine football teams focus on unity and purpose.
The decision to allow calls will rest with the airlines, says Tom Wheeler, who seemed to underestimate public outrage.
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Portland’s mayor says to move the offices and services away from the state’s population hub ‘makes no sense.’
The nation’s fourth-ranked FCS football team is making inroads on a campus where hockey long has reigned.
The annual program aims to provide needy children with gifts for the holidays.
The deal with the state exempts Maine’s largest landowner’s 1.25 million acres of forest land from some regulations.
Thursday’s vote means a bill to legalize small amounts of marijuana throughout the state won’t be able to be reintroduced before 2015.
The team offers to drop its lawsuit if the arena’s trustees agree to negotiate an end to the lease dispute.