The blaze apparently started in the area of the furnace, the fire chief says.
The Cardinals lead the Sox 2-1 in the seven-game series after a bizarre ending in Game 3
Celebrated British artist David Hockney pioneers a new electronic art form.
Major artery in Israel’s national road network suffered cyberattack causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage.
Reed dies of an ailment related to his recent liver transplant.
The Maine Autism Institute for Education and Research will open Jan. 1 in Orono.
The Obama administration will face intense pressure to be more forthcoming about how many people have actually succeeded in enrolling for coverage in the new insurance markets.
Serena Williams beats Li Na in three sets.
Police said Bobby Hem, 26, was not wearing his seat belt and was ejected from the car.
Study shows wild blueberries may help blood vessels function better and remain healthier, thus relieving pressure on the heart.
‘People are trying to eat healthier, less processed, simpler foods, and I think they are applying that logic when they’re making pet food decisions,” says Freshpet’s president and co-founder, Scott Morris
New England storms back from a 14-point halftime deficit to beat Miami.
Police say one person was injured and reportedly was taken to a hospital.
Bode Miller finishes 19th in his return following a 20-month injury layoff.
Sara Corey, 23, is the first woman to receive the award.
They're turning away from oil as their primary heating source.
A Chinese immigrant is a cousin of the children’s father who had been staying at their Brooklyn home.
Injuries to the victim are not life-threatening.
The national team will race in eight World Cup events, starting next month.
The deadline for requests is Oct. 31.
The limited-time tuition break is part of the Advanced Manufacturing Partnerships in Education initiative, which brings together the state’s seven community colleges, manufacturers, state agencies and others to increase the state’s skilled workforce.
The storm could cause widespread and severe power disruption from falling trees, power cuts and flooding.
Events include workshops such as “The Basics of Cider Making” by award-winning cider maker Claude Jolicoeur.
An obstruction call in the ninth inning allows
St. Louis to take a 2-1 series lead
They drill for an emergency days after a shooting in Nevada.
Insurers, employers and workers alike are all looking – and finding ways – to tame rising costs.
Colby College is recognizing A.C. Thompson for stories that led to charges against seven New Orleans police officers in the shooting of civilians after Hurricane Katrina.
Marge Lee, 90, attended her first Red Sox game last summer.
Maine's largest city struggles to accommodate displaced families.
Aroostook County becomes a major hub for wind power development.
Individuals increasingly turn to crowd-funding websites to finance dire needs and cherished dreams.
A group of Republicans is trying to follow the methodology of EMILY’s List in order to grow the ranks of conservative women serving in Congress.