An area stretching from Conway, N.H., into western Maine has seen 5 to 6 inches of rain.
Portland plays its final game of the season at 1 p.m. Monday at Hadlock Field.
Defending champion Andy Murray ousts Florian Mayer, 7-6 (2), 6-2, 6-2.
Dealers will receive a 25-cent-per hour raise, or 2.5 percent, retroactive to March 1, 2012 and an additional 90 cents an hour more over three years, through 2015
AAA says gas prices remain below where they were a year ago.
Mark Rogers of Orrs Island, the 2004 first-round draft pick for Milwaukee, can be a minor league free agent after the World Series.
Control problems have plagued the once prominent reliever the past two years.
The fire broke out on a 39-foot cabin cruiser off Portland Head Light.
Workers protesting in cities including New York, Chicago and Detroit, are pushing for $15 an hour, which would mean wages of $31,000 a year.
A seventh-grade language arts class will be using computer tablets full time.
It takes a village to get 650 incoming students settled in their rooms on the Gorham campus.
All band performances had been halted for the famed Marching 100 shortly after Robert Champion collapsed and died following a hazing ritual on a bus parked at an Orlando hotel in November 2011.
Meanwhile, the U.S. cites evidence that regime forces used sarin in the deadly Aug. 21 attacks.
The samples will be sent Monday to laboratories around Europe to check them for traces of poison gas.
Up to 3 inches of rain have fallen in the Boston area.
The Secretary of State says the administration learned of the sarin use within the past 24 hours through samples of hair and blood provided to Washington by first responders in Damascus.
The couple from Biddeford die after a pickup truck crosses the center line on Route 202 late Saturday night in Barrington, N.H.
Declining slot machine revenue at Bangor's Hollywood Casino and other factors, including fewer spectators, have led to a double-digit drop in purses this year at tracks.
Nelson Mandela, 95, is still in critical condition and will receive intensive care at home.
The veteran broadcast journalist wrote a dozen books, won numerous awards and was knighted.
It is alleged that three upperclassmen assaulted three freshmen at a retreat.
Windsor Fair ladies go the distance, despite some problems getting a grip in the 80-plus-degree heat.
A new study compiles data gathered from about 12,000 randomly selected boaters in the Northeast.
A wet spring and recent dry weather contribute to apple size, sugar content – and plentiful pickings.
Like a 'speed-dating service,' a database by Starks Farm Hands would match skilled locals with jobs.
Harry Briggs is 92 years old but plans to swim 2 miles across a New Hampshire lake.
Lawmakers begin to answer the unexpected question of what to do, if anything, in Syria.
Though Maine has a low percentage of people without insurance, hundreds of accidents each year testify to the dangers on the roads.
A Portland man, 76, and his sister, 81, remember goings-on at the Grange hall in the 1950s.
Owners of oil tanker want bond refunded / LePage says businesses adding jobs / Racing returns to Limestone runway
A sizable population will be left without health insurance, Caroline Teschke of the Portland Community Free Clinic says.
But Marine Resources Commissioner Keliher cautioned that not all fisherman are getting rich.
Educators welcome the more uniform statewide policy but say changing the culture within each school is equally important.
The crisis at nursing homes and assisted-living centers is getting some lawmakers' attention.
All three PUC commissioners and Maine's public advocate have ties to Poland Spring's parent company, which is seeking a 25-year contract.
We stop, look and listen, giving buskers our attention – and our cash.