Reno homeowner is facing up to 10 years in prison and $10,000 fine for injuring golfer who accidentally broke window.
Patriots defensive tackle penalized for pushing his teammate.
The president is expected to address the cascade of computer problems Monday during an event at the White House.
A Westbrook man is accused of breaking into several homes while residents were sleeping.
The disappearance of Abigail Hernandez reminds residents of a still unsolved killing of a young girl in rural New Hampshire two years ago.
The man, 27, was driving with a suspended license, police said.
Two transit workers were struck and killed by an out-of-service commuter train returning from a routine maintenance trip.
Dzemila Dibrani was briefly hospitalized before being discharged with sustained unspecified injuries.
The Maine governor is hosting two Drug Awareness Summits on Friday in Westbrook and Auburn.
Next month’s convention, Walker Stalker Con, is expected to draw 10,000 or more participants.
The Zumwalt will be moved to dry dock and floated in the coming days.
Police said the two were in a single engine plane when it crashed in Northeast Cove Saturday night.
A bizarre penalty in overtime after Rob Gronkowski’s big miss late in regulation make for an error-ridden loss.
The 38-year-old reliever has been marvelous, capturing the MVP of the ALCS.
Kenya’s security forces have previously denied any wrongdoing.
Three former U.S. Ski Team members are included in the Class of 2013.
The annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Greater Portland has grown so large it was moved from downtown Portland to roomier quarters at the Cape Elizabeth waterfront park.
A Florida official says there will be more arrests once the source of the phony court documents is discovered.
‘There is no perfect law ... we should sit down and look at constructive ways to make Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act, work better,’ says Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill.
Authorities say Stephen Rakes’ death wasn’t related to the Bulger case.
The family is hoping to get dozens of people dressed as flamingos in the Nov. 2 run.
The New Hampshire men are rescued by a passing fishing boat.
Sai Prak, 47, of North Berwick dies when he loses control of his pickup truck on Cape Road.
Amy Yang collects her first tour win by edging Hee Kyung Seo on the first playoff hole with a birdie.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants the U.S. to step up the pressure on Iran over its nuclear program.
Jovanka Broz, who was married to Josip Broz for 30 years, dies of heart failure at age 88.
Jacob Lew says the lesson learned from the shutdown is that ‘it can’t happen again.’
Charles Harlow, 71, who suffers from dementia, was found after an overnight search in Portland.
Shane Victorino hits a grand slam to send the Red Sox to the World Series.
As enrollments plummet and competition spikes, recruiters search harder than ever for prospective students
A 2007 study by the American Psychological Association linked the sexualization of girls with a variety of negative outcomes, a Colby professor says.
He was widely known for Auto Talk, his newspaper car column.
Police say handgun was used in Eliot bank robbery / Food bank distributes 10,000 pounds of food in one day ... and other news from around the state
Those in the performing arts business would consider it a complement, not a competitor.
Druid College, set to open in Hollis next month, will teach Earth-spirituality connection.
The Leavitt Theatre has started a campaign through Nov. 30 to try to raise $60,000 for the new projector.
An Oakhurt Dairy supplier in Fairfield sells most of his herd at auction and plans to start anew with cattle.
Legislators are starting to discuss state-designed alternatives.
Cynthia Dill and Susan Dench are newfound friends.
Collins, King and others tried to break the recent stalemate
His embellishments on a public radio documentary program led to an on-air flogging. But that didn’t end the career of this performance artist, whose talent for storytelling still awes.