Park is closed because of the shutdown of the federal government
Boston follows its first-game rout with another display of offense – David Ortiz hits two homers as Boston takes a 2-0 lead.
The Maine senator would eliminate a controversial tax on medical devices.
Pre-dawn strike in same village U.S. Navy Seals killed al-Qaida operative four years ago
A fan in his bedroom caught fire and ignited some curtains, the State Fire Marshal’s Office says.
The decision by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is based on a Pentagon legal interpretation of a law called the Pay Our Military Act.
The GOP-run House passes a bill that would make sure the furloughed workers get paid for not working.
The decision applies to customers in southern and western Maine.
City officials didn’t say why the decision was made.
The Bayonne native received the Medal of Honor from President Harry Truman on Oct. 30, 1945.
He accuses the Yankees team doctor and a NYC hospital of mishandling his medical care during the playoffs last year.
The Sarah Josepha Hale literary award is given each year to a pre-eminent author who lives in or has strong ties to New England.
The cold front also spawns nine tornadoes in Nebraska and Iowa.
A detective had been stripped of his gun and badge pending the outcome of an internal affairs investigation.
Four are named, contradicting government statements that had 10 to 15 involved in the mall attack on Sept. 21.
The man was so badly burned that he will need to be identified through DNA and dental records.
Free Masons are opening their 102-year-old Masonic Temple on Congress Street to the public in an effort to raise money to preserve this spectacular but hidden archetectural jewel.
The president’s assessment differs with Israel, which says Iran is just months away from being able to build a bomb.
Obama says he has to remind lawmakers that real people’s lives are concretely affected by actions taken in Washington.
The ranch house in Oakland will open Sunday after 15 months of construction.
The public will get a chance to visit more than 80 sites around the state.
Some of the recordings are cheerful, some robotic, some full of helpful information and others a little more personal.
Two firefighters may face fine over torching camper / MBTA says salary raises would jeopardize agency / Investigators receive award for crackdown on child porn ... and more news from around the state.
The state got approval only Monday to accept a $5 million grant to reach out to residents on Obamacare.
Edward Munson will pay for violations of Maine’s animal trespass law.
But Democrats and Republicans view what’s at stake differently.
Missing girl’s mom confident she will return/ Letter by astronaut Gus Grissom fails to sell at auction
Millions of Americans rushed to the website to buy or explore their insurance options, but technical problems overwhelmed Tuesday's launch.
The financial and emotional stress takes a toll.
Rep. Kenneth Frenette, R-Newport, would offset lost revenue with cuts to DHHS and education.
The developer who purchased the former Mid Coast Hospital for $799,000 is listing it for twice what he paid.
People are held depending on how much money they have, not on the danger they pose, the panel hears.