Providence rips off four goals in the second period to beat Portland 5-2 at the Colisee.
Columbus Day holiday is the second-busiest weekend of the year.
Detectives close decades-old mystery surrounding the 1991 discovery of a little girl’s body in a picnic cooler.
Abigail Hernandez, who was last seen leaving Kennett High School Wednesday, is still missing after search effort.
Loui Eriksson scores the go-ahead goal early in the third period and Boston beats Columbus, 3-1.
For several hours Saturday, food stores in Maine and many other states were unable to accept the Electronic Benefits Transfer cards.
Joe Fitzpatrick gains 261 yards as Cheverus makes up for a loss that ended a streak.
It will be latest event by Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelly in their national campaign for expanded background checks for gun sales.
Mike Michaud says the discharge petition would allow a majority of members to bypass the speaker of the House and force a vote on the bill.
Boston will carry 11 pitchers and 14 position players.
Senate Republicans earlier blocked a Democratic bill and the day ends with no deal to reopen government and avoid a default.
The Cobscook Bay State Park remains closed even though it is run and staffed by the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry’s Bureau of Parks and Lands.
A total of 17 trips are planned for the 200 geologists from Friday to Sunday.
At least 400 passengers were believed to have been aboard the vessel, though only 210 survivors had been counted.
Eleven local high school students learn how to don and doff equipment and search a smoky building.
The deal-breaking issue of jurisdiction for American forces remains unresolved.
The 15-year-old girl ran home after being repeatedly asked by a man to get into his van.
A U.N. employee says it did not appear that the hotel was affected by the twin explosions, but an 8-year-old boy was killed and 11 people were hurt.
Volunteers join local, federal and state officials in the search for a 14-year-old girl who vanished Wednesday.
The Columbus Day holiday weekend is usually the second-busiest weekend for the turnpike.
The new law, which went into effect Wednesday, is expected to bring many new patients into Maine’s medical marijuana program.
Nearly 4,000 people will participate in the fifth annual fundraising event.
Can Susan Collins’ moderation save the day? She has, once again, as a key player in any potential solution.
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Many Americans will pay more to heat their homes this winter.
The city OKs the owner’s request to raze a home built by well-known artist James Montgomery Flagg.
Ten cheeky Sidewalk Buttlers and 39 more solar bins attract some wanted attention.
Maine lawmakers say the state should use Vermont as a model for a new system.
More than 400 national parks, recreation areas and monuments have been closed since Oct. 1 because of the government shutdown.
Maine does not yet have numbers on enrollees through the Affordable Care Act.