Brandon Bass scores 16 points for Boston.
No one is injured but the store was closed for a structural inspection.
Robert Joubert ran the Seacoast Baseball Academy in York.
The Portland woman has a history of speeding tickets and other infractions.
Persistent website problems appear to have kept most interested customers from signing up.
The Yarmouth resident claims self-defense in the death of a Georgetown man.
Miracle’s new owner, a Scarborough women, was chosen by lottery.
Kimberly Sanborn was last seen Wednesday in New Hampshire.
Brendan Conway is remembered as a 'tender-hearted' man who gave much to the community.
A photo from the Portland Press Herald's photograph archives shows the Maine National Guard’s Company D, 103rd Infantry marching down Main Street in Westbrook for Memorial Day in 1940.
Police say the two suspects got into a drunken fight before allegedly stabbing a third man.
The deal will add $35 million in annual revenue, the South Portland company says.
The city posts its interpretation of Tuesday’s referendum on its website, while advocates call on police to respect the will of voters.
However, Big Papi was not elected mayor of Boston
The new layoffs will affect insulators, shipfitters and metal preparation technicians.
Chicago may hold onto the tallest building title if antenna of NY’s new World Trade Center not counted.
Renderings of the completed barge submitted to the Port of San Francisco provide the first clues of what a similar barge in Portland Harbor might look like when completed.
The destroyer being built at BIW and other modern warships pose a cybersecurity challenge.
Source who claimed to be on the scene of the attack in Libya was not there.
A judge must decide if the Maine man convicted of murdering 12-year-old Sarah Cherry in 1988 gets a new trial.
Police say people have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Settlement ends more than two years of legal trouble for best-selling author Greg Mortenson
Robert Skeffington pleaded guilty to sexually abusing two young sisters, and was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
While the animal rights group PETA objects, an avian expert says beer-fed birds may benefit from the hops.
A program called Dentists Who Care for ME is providing free teeth cleanings, fillings and extractions on Friday to people who can’t afford dental care and don’t have dental insurance.
Loon Mountain officials say they will open Friday after two nights of intense snowmaking.
Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King are asking for answers about the decision to end the concessions contract with The Acadia Corp. and select a new, out-of-state company for the park’s concessions.
Safety say the proposal would put more pressure on companies to comply with safety rules and make it easier for employees and the public to identify businesses with poor safety records.
But the silver lining is that insured people who join the health care markets improve the risk pool.
Court upholds dump truck driver’s 2010 attempted murder conviction / Bangor man charged with terrorizing health center / Lewiston teen pleads guilty to stabbing in couch dispute ... and more news from around the state.
A Brewer couple is shocked that the driver accused of running them off the road and fleeing the scene is only issued a summons.
Ms. Henick inspired many in the Windham schools and community.
Yes, the tactical errors by Robert Redford’s lead character are numerous, but ‘All is Lost’ is moving and mostly realistic, they say.
The site for the sports banquet has drawn criticism.
Let me put this as diplomatically as I can: Maine’s Democratic leaders ought to have their heads examined.
A top admiral warns that sequestration will prompt workers to seek more secure jobs elsewhere.