The mall is located in Bergen County, about 22 miles southwest of Manhattan.
With one more vote than necessary, senators agree to move ahead on the bill that would prohibit workplace discrimination against gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.
Robby Beaulieu, who has numerous prior drunken-driving convictions, remarkably survived being thrown from the car in a crash.
The Kentucky senator admits that ‘sometimes we haven’t footnoted things properly,’ but also says he’s being unfairly targeted.
Sixteen dogs in Maine will receive the vests, paid for by a grant from The Petco Foundation.
The president reportedly praised postseason stars David Ortiz and Koji Uehara.
‘Hopefully we’ll be able to retain all of them. The reality is that might not work out,’ manager John Farrell says.
That’s more Earth-like planets than there are people on Earth, meaning other intelligent life is a mathematical certainty.
Company officials say lower earnings were the result of investment losses and other liabilities.
But the state could still get more, depending on how federal budget negotiations shake out.
The event, sponsored by the Maine Technology Institute, is expected to draw up to 600 people.
It isn’t known why the suspect, who remains heavily sedated and under guard, targeted TSA workers.
State troopers, police and SWAT teams swarmed around a 400-student residential building for what turned out to be a false alarm.
The NFL is continuing its investigation into alleged hazing and bullying in the Miami organization.
Residents at a popular political campaign stop say the candidate’s sexual orientation doesn’t matter to them.
The biopic about the life of Nelson Mandela will also be screened at the Kennedy Center hosted by Hillary Clinton.
Gary Kubiak, 52, experienced dizziness before falling on the field at halftime of Houston’s loss against Indianapolis.
Federal prosecutors alleged the company earned hundreds of millions of dollars illegally for a decade by making trades based on insider information.
Homosexuality is gaining acceptance in some states, but it’s still a tricky political issue and there are few gays in top elected positions.
The group hoping to put limits on the sale of Portland parks can collect signatures while the city appeals.
Chris Cassidy, who just spent six months on the International Space Station, comes home to reconnect and visit his old high school.
Lanny Griffin’s right to operate a motor vehicle has been revoked in four states for drunken driving.
Major news outlets and political bloggers weigh in on the potential impact for the governor’s race.
Jonah Hill, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kristen Bell and others don “Love Conquers Hate” shirts.
Voters and politicians share comments on Twitter.
The congressman and candidate for Maine governor informed his family just hours before going public.
Its CEO is out and investors plan to inject $1 billion to help the struggling brand.
The multimillion-dollar scheme is being laid out in court documents and has led to four arrests so far.
World Series MVP David Ortiz, teammate Shane Victorino and Boston cop Steve Horgan had their beards shaved off to benefit the One Fund.
A driver in Holyoke, Mass died when his car went off the road and landed in a tree.
None of the nine skydivers or two pilots sustained serious injury when the two planes collided in midair, destroying one aircraft and damaging the other.
The Vermont state treasury will offer Vermont Citizen Bonds in $1,000 increments.
Firefighters responded to a blaze at the Nestlenook Farm bed and breakfast in Jackson, N.H. Sunday night.
Police urge residents to be ‘hyper-vigilant’ after a spate of burglaries, most recently on Sunday morning at an unoccupied Baker Circle home.
Tex Tech Industries is testing 25 to 30 wells in addition to the 22 that they already monitor.
Computerized improvements in the town's appraisal system for mobile home assessments raise concerns.
In the past few years, Social Security paid $133 million to beneficiaries who were deceased.
Two activists from Archangel, Portland’s sister city, say they hope to learn how to promote gay rights.
With Election Day Tuesday, here is a guide on where to vote in southern and midcoast Maine.
Man crushed to death by cab of tractor-trailer / Pedestrian struck, killed by SUV after leaving bar / Man and his 4-year-old child hurt as he cleans gun / Bath Iron Works to lay off 39 pipefitters Nov. 18
But the future of WJZF in Standish depends largely on whether she raises money and gets other people involved.
A new ordinance would crack down on abuse of placards.
A paranormal research group visits a Waterville cemetery and library looking for answers.
Opponents say the project will be built anyway and won’t add jobs. The company says it needs the deal to stay competitive.
The six-term congressman’s announcement in an op-ed column may influence the 2014 election to lead the state.