Tampa Bay scores in the eighth to win it, but Boston still enjoys an 8 1/2-game lead in the East.
One former selectwoman says the records were not needed, but another says they included legal papers.
The weather service issues a flash-flood watch for much of southern Maine, causing power outages and downed trees.
J.K. Rowling's world of wizardry is coming back to the big screen — but without Harry Potter.
The man was last seen Wednesday afternoon, and stormy weather has raised fears for his safety.
The fire destroyed more than 50 businesses and undid months of rebuilding efforts after Superstorm Sandy.
The Phoenix Coyotes would like the lease dispute with the Cumberland County Civic Center resolved sooner rather than later.
Omar Hammami, who is from Alabama, was highly critical of the leaders of an extremist group to which he once belonged, making him a marked man.
A son says he and a sister posted the obituary to bring awareness to child abuse.
For a little while on Thursday, United Airlines was giving away airplane tickets for free, or close to it.
The company says it has filed documents for an initial public offering of stock.
The spacecraft with its recorded message is the first man-made object to reach interstellar space.
Commissioners hear about a system that is difficult to navigate for both employers and the unemployed.
Of the 68 people alleged 'johns' who were charged, Donald Fortin was only the second to take his case to trial.
Her latest campaign against childhood obesity champions a drink that sometimes overlooked by American consumers.
The seal can't be released because her eyesight is compromised.
The Morgane Science Building was closed to classes Thursday while emergency officials searched for the source of the leak.
A big reason: The types of jobs being added since the recession are mostly dominated by females.
Boulder County was hit hardest, with up to 6 inches of rain falling over 12 hours
Jonathan Trappe was trying to become the first to cross the Atlantic using a cluster of helium-filled balloons, but had to land Thursday night in Newfoundland.
The Republican and former Maine Senate president says his party needs to elect someone with broad appeal.
The 2-year-old boy died Nov. 4 after falling over a wooden railing into an exhibit of wild African dogs when his mother lifted him up to get a better look.
Federal property in mountains east of Rangeley is now one of the Pentagon's five options for an interceptor facility if one is built.
Joseph Bordeau of Mexico was injured when he was pinned against an I-beam at the Maine Energy Recovery Co. in Biddeford.
The four recipients will use the funding for planning and education.
With higher percentages of seniors, states have smaller tax bases to draw from to pay for elder services, and states are taking different approaches to solving the problem.
Passage of a city ordinance would be the first step toward statewide legalization.
Kerry and his Russian counterpart will discuss specifics on Friday.
Meanwhile, her husband is remembered as a devoted family man, prankster and excellent engine captain.
More than 1,000 customers came into the store in the first hour, says store manager Char Brunner.
The National Weather Service says there were more than 1,000 lightning strikes per hour at the height of last night's storm.
Tobacco companies alleged that Maine and several others states were not in compliance with the landmark 1998 settlement and should forfeit payments dating back to 2003.
The group allegedly cut power to a home and tried to kick in the door in retaliation for an alleged assault at the Eagles Club in Portland over the weekend.
Fall foliage season begins this week. Trees are beginning to change in the northern third of the state.
Arthur Wakeman, 86, of Benton who left his home sometime between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday, remains missing Thursday evening, as groups continue to search the area.
An investigation was launched after complaints from businesses in Damariscotta, Newcastle and Waldoboro.
A spokeswoman for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says call centers for the state exchanges are already fielding questions from Medicare recipients and rerouting them to the Medicare line.
The remains of an enslaved man known as Mr. Fortune will lie in state in the Capitol rotunda in Hartford today before burial in a cemetery filled with prominent residents.
Police say their investigation of thealtercation between George and Shellie Zimmerman is on hold because there is no clear evidence to charge anyone and neither side wants to press the case.
Biologists say the turkeys may be been infected with the avian pox virus or another virus that's relatively new in the Northeast.
Devon Pease, of Farmington, fell from a University of Maine Farmington gymnasium Sept. 3 after trying to escape police, along with Joshua Farthing, after being spotted on the roof.
James L. Wiggins is charged with causing the death of his dog, Bella, by dragging it along a road in extreme heat.
The team will play home games at the Portland Expo, with 19 of those games on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
Customers in nine counties reported outages.
Putin warns that a unilateral U.S. military response to Syria’s alleged use of chemical weapons would undermine the United Nations and violate international law.
The Portland Housing Authority cannot promise to absorb the funding loss, as some other cities say they will do.
Benjamin Lee's sister testifies that she called her sister-in-law in Maine to warn her of her brother's statements.
Doctor's license suspended over pot, errant house call / West Nile virus confirmed for fourth time this year / Governor supports repeal of computer-services tax ... and more news from around the region.
Police investigate fight that injured three / Passers-by save three from burning car / Library gets grant from King charity ... and other news from around Maine.
ANALYSIS: Assad could use diplomacy as a delay tactic, and support for a U.S. strike remains elusive.
Glaring differences exist between states that embrace and reject Medicaid expansion.
He testifies that Carole Swan harassed him in her extortion efforts, which led in part to his divorce.
She reacts to news that oil in the Lac-Megantic disaster was incorrectly labeled for its volatility.