Boston won for the third time in four games, and now has the most wins in the struggling Atlantic Division.
Michael Riley appeals his murder conviction for the lethal drug overdose of his 4-year-old.
Two convenience stores are held up, while a man tries and fails to get into the register at a restaurant.
The comet had been declared dead after grazing the sun Thursday.
The contractor will say only that the subcontractor is no longer working on the project, which is expected to resume next week.
Rescue workers are at the scene looking for survivors.
Whiskey fans including celebrities and corporate chiefs are angling to snatch up limited stocks of Michter's Celebration Sour Mash Whiskey.
The park would commemorate the Manhattan Project, which supporters argue is essential U.S. history, but others say national parks are about highlighting the nation’s beauty.
Sarah Hershberger, 11, is at the center of a legal fight over her treatment for leukemia after her parents decided to stop chemotherapy.
‘We’ve been caricatured as being anti-gay’ by Hollywood and politicians and it’s not true, he says.
It’s unclear whether the foreigners in the group, including a man with Maine ties, will be allowed to leave Russia before the start of the trial.
Traffic is minimal at the time and no one is injured, police say.
Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron notch third-period goals Friday to lift Boston to the win.
They join supporters of workers’ rights around the country to show their solidarity with employees.
A judge’s decision in the case is criticized by those who say it sets a precedent of preventing a pregnant woman from making basic choices, such as where to live.
But the new geek wars may leave people’s PCs and businesses’ systems no better protected from savvy code crackers.
Monmouth Academy’s top students are starting and stocking a food bank for fellow students.
Peter J. Lewis, who died Saturday, provided the sole funding for several entities pushing for the legalization of pot.
Joshua St. Jernquist, 28, was identified by police as a man who fled from a Biddeford building last week.
And the deals will keep coming on Small Business Saturday.
The event is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. Friday and will include performances by the Maine State Ballet and Rick Charette and the Bubblegum Band.
The nationally-renowned poet describes his writing process and his relationship with America in a new book from Beacon Press.
Abandoned towns have become attractive campsites for oil workers’ recreational vehicles.
Maine stores open at midnight to lines of hundreds of shoppers
Police say they found crack cocaine and evidence of drug trafficking while executing a search warrant.
The Woodshed restaurant in Moultonborough had served Thanksgiving dinner and closed a few hours before firefighters were called around 10 p.m.
After a close encounter with sun on Thursday, the comet seemed to have been destroyed, but new images suggest that the comet may have survived.
Georgia and Moldova seal trade association agreements with the EU, but the refusal of Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych to sign a similar deal hangs heavy over the meeting.
With a deadline looming this weekend, federal officials are cautious to avoid inflating expectations.
Big retailers are taking advantage of the trend as such purchases jump by 40% from a year ago.
Sandy River Recycling Association’s raised fees cause its largest customer – Farmington – to seek other options.
‘Gus’ Hathaway was known for his mastery of espionage and his efforts to best the Soviet KGB.
After requiring the tests, a condo manager dogged by complaints gets errant owners to clean up pet waste.
An air traffic controller who grew up in Maine made an ‘incredible’ observation that kept a plane and jet from colliding.
The deal reverses the previous state policy.
After years of difficult negotiations, officials worry the civic center board is ready to move on, even though losing the team hurts businesses.
Jack Gardo was 87.
The day after Thanksgiving – ‘It’s the one day you don’t ask off. ... all hands on deck.’
Willis Ware was 93.
She played Trixie on a revival of ‘The Honeymooners.’
The funds will help 125 workers acquire new skills.
Good Shepherd Parish’s Most Holy Trinity Church’s turkey dinners go to homes in Saco, Biddeford and Old Orchard Beach.
The group is packing supplies to deliver to Haitian children.
Bay State Repeal plans to put the question on the 2016 ballot.
The Dexters will keep the things that are already popular at the Strand Cinema in Skowhegan – low prices and first-run films.
Jeffrey Dingman did not show remorse about the killings that he perpetrated as a teenager.
The $125 million project will reconstruct above the flood line structures that were flooded in Tropical Storm Irene.
One relaxed requirement will allow insurance buyers to bypass HealthCare.gov altogether.
Some worry about their party’s re-election prospects.
Toys will be provided to children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
Residents even don dog suits as they campaign against animal control measures adopted in October.
With a narrower-than-usual holiday shopping window, several major chains have lowered expectations on profits.