Long shot at the buzzer gives Boston the win against Miami.
Power-play goal in the third period helps Boston beat Toronto in their first meeting since the playoffs last spring.
The veterans, now all in their 90’s, gathered together for the last time to toast their fallen comrades and remember the historic raid over Tokyo in 1942.
Maine wins 33-27 to remain lone unbeaten team in CAA play
A fleet of 16 ambulances facilitates the transfer to the new Alfond Center for Health.
Sam Ware scores with 8:08 left in overtime as the Red Storm win their second consecutive Class A championship.
The USS Gerald Ford is the first of a new class of nuclear-powered aircraft carrier expected to join the fleet in 2016.
Many agree the ban on trans fats will be make for healthier eating.
The Stags get five TDs from Joe Fitzpatrick in routing Bangor, 37-0.
The Trojans wipe out Sanford 35-6 and will play Bonny Eagle.
Police are treating the site as a crime scene.
The accident happened Friday night when a pickup truck went off the road and into the Sheepscot River.
Hunters donated 5,000 pounds of meat last year.
Obama was in South Florida for three Democratic fundraisers Friday night.
The rancor signals a tough road ahead for the twin American goals of finding a diplomatic solution for Iran’s nuclear program and forging peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
Hundreds devoted to comic book-related pop culture attend the event.
The Flyers edge Orono 3-2 in 2 overtimes
The Miami Herald journalist is expected to be released over the weekend.
Finance officials are seeking ways to manage costs better and pursue innovative revenue strategies.
Former Portland Sea Dog John Nathans sued Offerman for the incident in a minor league game in August 2007.
Some economists are predicting that when the October numbers are updated, they might be in for a downward revision and that November could yield a lower number as well.
Alan Rusbridger has defended the newspaper’s role, saying its coverage has prompted a debate about the extent of intelligence activities.
The two unrelated early morning blazes are being investigated.
Iran refuses suspend work on a plutonium-producing reactor and downgrade its stockpile of higher-enriched uranium.
Janet Mills says residents should be wary of door-to-door meat and seafood sellers who stop by unannounced.
Typhoon Haiyan, which slammed into six central Philippine islands on Friday, wiped away buildings and leveled seaside homes.
The Oakland woman has been charged with making baseless calls to 911 seven times in two years.
They are seeking $37.5 million from the government.
New findings presented Friday only add to the confusion.
His lawyer says Ford is weighing his options.
Two accused of stabbing Hollis resident / Vechicle crashes into Dollar Tree store / Teenager found, placed in protective custody ... and other news from around the state
The Maine office is second-best in the nation at keeping down the backlog for disability claims, according to federal data.
The president says he is personally involved in his administration’s effort to fix healthcare.gov.
Cumberland, Yarmouth and North Yarmouth mark the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War.
With land now scarce, one of the latest housing projects would be on stilts and another would demolish a church.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry pushes for an interim agreement despite opposition from Israel.