Saturday is chosen so as many fans as possible can attend.
They face disorderly conduct charges.
The boy, now 13, killed his abusive father while he was sleeping in 2011.
The new world champions are getting a special gift from one of Maine’s best-known companies.
The man, 46, is accused of robbing Kennebunk Savings in Eliot and Ocean Communities credit union in Sanford.
Jon Stewart explores the mysterious barge that has popped up in San Francisco Bay. A nearly identical barge is also currently residing in Portland Harbor.
Meanwhile, the Syrian government completes its destruction of equipment used to produce chemical weapons.
People will soon be able to read, work, watch movies and listen to music from gate to gate, but they still can’t talk on cellphones in flight.
Without the lawsuit, gay marriage could be legal in the Aloha State by the end of November.
The local referendum would allow possession of up to 2.5 ounces.
A bill would tighten oversight of the DEP when it comes to dam relicensing to keep the state from losing its say on water levels.
The historic building has undergone a $2 million renovation.
Michael Clapp was the last of four suspects sought for break-ins in both Maine and New Hampshire.
Kristina Lowe, now 20, still faces multiple charges for the January 2012 crash that killed two friends.
The city plans to appeal the ruling, which says Portland shouldn't have blocked a petition that could prevent the sale of Congress Square Plaza.
The building on Cumberland Avenue is for sale for $2.7 million, would be used to consolidate programs and offices.
An alleged video appearing to show the mayor of Canada’s largest city using crack cocaine triggered a massive surveillance operation and investigation that has led to the arrest of a close friend of the mayor.
Singing and dancing students use their mascot to parody the hit video ‘The Fox.’
Neighbors on Bald Mountain Drive describe the incident as an apparent accidental shooting in the family apartment.
A report from a D.C.-based nonprofit identifies the challenges posed by River Road in Westbrook, Route 302 in Bridgton, Pine Point Crossing Bridge in Scarborough and others.
Educate Maine releases a report gauging students on a variety of factors affecting education.
Michael Warbin was shooting at rodents and stray chickens at a Turner farm when he shot and killed a farm worker.
First-time application figures not affected by the government shutdown or California data glitches.
The infection could be a problem for the forest industry in states that include Maine.
According to his lawyer, Snowden has been hired to work on a Russian website
Police do not suspect foul play.
Boston Duck Tours says that the parade is being planned for Saturday.
The charter school commission says the Cornville Regional Charter School and the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences in Fairfield both lived up to their mission statements during their first year.
Police estimate that about 3,000 people gathered on Main Street to celebrate immediately after the Red Sox won the World Series.
The Governor arrived in Bogota Wednesday after a visit to Mexico City.
The Southern California city of Irwindale requests to cease operations at the Huy Fong Foods factory until the company can reduce the pungent smell of pepper and garlic fumes emanating from the plant.
The report says Stonington was the No. 1 Maine port for the value of the seafood landed there, at $46 million. Virtually all of Stonington’s catch is lobsters.
Ex-teacher pleads not guilty to child porn charges / Deputies charge two men with stealing snowmobiles / Local electrician accused of assaulting CMP worker ... and more news from around the state.
The excited members of Red Sox Nation had a date with history
The bill is a response to the Navy Yard and NSA incidents.
A well-kept kitchen in a house on Belgrade Road is the last place you might look to find a witch . . .
The recent government shutdown highlighted a disparity in how VA programs are funded by Congress.
They clinch their first title at home in 95 years.
About 40 people attended the forum at Ocean Avenue Elementary School and sponsored by the school’s parent-teacher organization.