They sweep awards for daily and weekend Newspapers of the Year.
Cardinals go up 2-1 in series after dramatic Game 3 win.
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Goal in the first half enough to secure win in regional semifinals.
The Panthers advance to the Western Class C final.
The Black Bears get a big game from QB Marcus Wasilewski in a 37-35 win.
Police are searching for a man who robbed the Ocean Communities Federal Credit Union Saturday morning.
“Simpsons” executive producer Al Jean said her “irreplaceable character” would be retired from the show.
Two black Barneys New York customers said they were detained by police after making expensive purchases.
The last half century has demonstrated the transcendence of John Kennedy’s appeal.
Portland Fire Department credited a fire alarm and sprinkler system with keeping damage minimal.
For the first time, the Justice Department plans to use information from one of the government’s warrantless surveillance programs against an accused terrorist.
A day is set aside each fall for deer hunters ages 10-15, accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Nine chosen for the U.S. women’s bobsled team.
A.C. Thompson’s stories led to charges against New Orleans police officers in connection with the shooting of civilians after Hurricane Katrina.
The event marks the end of the three-week drive during which the governor and his wife have opened up the Blaine House to collect food.
This year’s campaign appears to be the most successful effort yet by Saudi women demanding the right to drive.
Abigail Hernandez has been missing for almost three weeks.
The dueling campaigns over the Waterfront Protection Ordinance are on track to be among the most costly local referendums in recent history.
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A lack of money and a failure to cooperate have contributed to the broken system.
Her community involvement inspired many others.
The proposal includes $3M for a yet-to-be-identified 6,000-acre training site.
National chains will be opening throughout much of the country on Thanksgiving night, but Maine law restricts holiday hours.
Six months after a tragic factory collapse, and despite international pledges, safety monitoring has not occurred.
Such services are urged before a casino is approved in the state.
The pontiff reviews the bishop’s spending of millions of dollars of church and German taxpayer money.
Plans for a new high school and technical center likely will keep School Committee members busy for several years.
The state was invited to join an eight-state coalition to encourage more purchases of electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles.
The aim will be to take the edge off sequestration.
Candidates include an incumbent, a former town meeting member and three newcomers.
Simple steps such as inspecting a chimney and making sure smoke detectors are working can help ensure a safe heating season.
Sanford will choose its first-ever popularly elected mayor on Nov. 5.
World Series games start at 8 p.m., forcing the faithful in Maine and elsewhere to sacrifice sleep for baseball.