Police stopped a car for speeding, found the suspected cocaine and charged the driver and passenger with drug trafficking.
The proposal comes after snowmobiling groups launched unsuccessful legal challenges of the previously designated critical habitat.
The industry continues to struggle with how to keep shoppers safe without scaring them away.
The Patriots may be 3-0 but it's not because of what they've done inside the 20-yard line.
The vote comes shortly after Texas Sen. Ted Cruz held the Senate with a 22-hour speech, who hopes to defund Obamacare or shut down the government while trying.
Edward Spence fraudulently collected about $14,000 in unemployment benefits, which will have to be paid back as restitution.
President Bush and his wife attended the Saturday ceremony of Bonnie Clement and Helen Thorgalsen.
Skipper Jimmy Spithill and Oracle Team USA have won the America's Cup with one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.
Raphael Encarnacion, 24, who also lives in the Bronx, is being held in Androscoggin County Jail.
Working near bodies crushed by rubble in a bullet-scarred, scorched mall, FBI agents began fingerprint, DNA and ballistic analysis Wednesday to help identify victims.
Kerry calls agreement by 107 nations "significant step," but for it to take effect, 50 must ratify it.
Trista Reynolds, the mother of the child who was reported missing in 2011, appears with her family to confront Ayla's father and grandmother.
But the gain for the nation's wealthiest university is still below the $37 billion high of 2008.
Aaron Alexis left a note saying he was driven to kill by months of bombardment from low-frequency radio waves.
The proposed increase defies a law that ties postage prices to the rate of inflation.
Molnlycke Health Care, based in Sweden, says it has hired about 40 people to work at the 79,000-square-foot facility, with plans to add more in the future.
Amid deadlocked negations with the Cumberland County Civic Center, the hockey team will hold a Thursday news conference at the Colisee.
Nicholas Alexander pleaded guilty to robbing a Walgreens in Bath to get oxycodone.
By noon Wednesday when the Texas freshman finally sat down, tea party groups supporting him were in full fundraising mode.
Fourteen other dogs in New England will receive the complimentary vests, which cost $950 each.
Police say Darriean Hess was driving too fast and without a license when she plowed into a group of cyclists in Hampton on Saturday.
The awards event highlights local chefs, local artists and local businesses for their contributions to the community.
Police suspect Robert A. Taylor may have had a medical condition because there was no sign of braking or swerving before impact.
Police say they suspected Jamie Vandegraaf early on and were able to track him down at the corner of Oxford and Portland streets on Tuesday night.
But premiums in the new marketplace will still be cheaper than comparable plans previously offered here, experts say.
The crash occurred on Windham Center Road near Route 202.
Devan Basinet, 23, is found dead in his burning vehicle, which had slammed into a utility pole on Route 17.
The Dow House and Fort Gorges are two of the properties cited by a local nonprofit.
Despite Hasan Rouhani's moderate tone, Israel delegation walks out, calling president's first speech "game of deception"
Barry Clifford believes he's 'very, very close' to finding undiscovered treasure from the wreck of the pirate ship Whydah.
The peak wind gust in the past 24 hours was 84 mph.
A government spokesman says the collapse of floors in the mall was caused by a fire set by the terrorists and that the official civilian death toll remains 61.
Police say Raymond Richard refused to open the front door. Soon after, they heard a gunshot.
Her office says federal budget cuts have meant longer waiting lists for affordable housing and fewer deliveries of meals to seniors.
Jane Lubchenco was administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration from 2009 to 2013.
We begin today with the obvious: Throwing the victim of a violent assault in the slammer isn't likely to go over too well in the court of public opinion.
Mr. Schlick, a longtime political activist, was an entrepreneur at heart, who operated his own public relations and research firm for 40 years.
Maine recipients will see up to $36 less per month just as Congress begins debate on even more reductions.
Three features and several shorts will explore topics including Alzheimer's and nursing homes.
Federal noise and vibration limits wouldn't be exceeded at Amtrak's proposed Brunswick layover site, a report says.
Students and faculty urge the administration to focus more on solving specific shortcomings, rather than a large vision.
Each party is hoping the other will dig itself into a big hole. But the odds look about even.
Three residents say the safety ordinance banning people in medians violates their freedom of speech.
The federal government says individuals will pay an average of $328 a month, before tax credits.
The Planning Board tables discussion of the Newbury Street project until next month.
Developers have an agreement that would move Suburban Propane to Riverside Street.
Investigators have yet to issue an official denial, but community leaders know of no connection.
The New York man is arrested after police surround an apartment building in the city's Redbank neighborhood.