Pianist Orli Shaham's standing ovation is richly deserved in Sunday's Portland Symphony Orchestra concert.
Tom Brady threw for 316 yards and two touchdowns as the New England Patriots held off a furious Atlanta comeback Sunday night.
The terror group that claims responsibility may have ties to al-Qaida.
The crash occurred around 7:30 p.m. on the Maine Turnpike southbound near mile marker 51, police said.
The pilot was struck when his hat blew off his head and he reached for it.
Boston will open its division series at Fenway Park on Friday against the winner of the American League's wild-card playoff.
The Prime Minister contends Iran is using conciliatory gestures as a smoke screen to conceal a march toward a nuclear bomb.
Police in Auburn say a departmental dog will receive a vest that protects against bullets and knife stabs.
The explosion appeared to have been caused by a bomb planted in a parked car and detonated by remote control.
Timothy Wayne Smith is wanted on a warrant for a parole violation.
If deadline passes without a deal, a shutdown would affect a wide range of programs.
Joe Payne has patrolled Portland's waters for 22 years and has been honored for his role as Casco Bay's baykeeper.
The trial of 64-year-old Craig Sanborn, of Maidstone, Vt., starts Monday in Coos Superior Court in Lancaster.
The center on the Orono campus includes studios for painting, printmaking, photography and 3-D design, as well as classroom space
With the smooth linkup, Orbital Sciences Corp. became only the second company to accomplish such a far-flung shipment.
With the government teetering on the brink of partial shutdown, congressional Republicans vowed Sunday to keep using an otherwise routine federal funding bill to try to attack the president's health care law.
The attack appeared to hit the yard in front of the school early Sunday morning, which is the first day of the work week at public schools in Syria.
For a young man without insurance, an active lifestyle that can cause injuries poses risks.
Nurse practitioner student is willing to pay more for Affordable Care Act's improved benefits.
Massachusetts led the way with a health insurance marketplace, but now must work within the federal law.
Personality trumps breeding in the Planet Dog Foundation's dog show.
The town lost bus service to the high school after the Augusta board didn't renew a 10-year contract.
The joint effort aims to enhance the habitat on a stretch of Intervale Brook.
Stereotypes and fears are brought to the surface when Maine gets tied to a terrorist attack in Kenya.
The group wants people to remember that Ayla Reynolds has been missing since Dec. 16, 2011.
The former Red Sox star's company went bankrupt trying to develop the online video game.
Experience getting sick with no coverage shows importance of having insurance.
The Main Street apartment building is considered a total loss and a danger after a fire on May 3.
Consumers weighing costs and benefits of health plans starting this week will decide the controversial reform's impact.
The new regional hospital has single-occupancy rooms and boasts a connection to nature.
Senate Democrats vow to reject the House measure as a partial government shutdown looms Tuesday.
Sarah Marshall grew up rooting for the Pats – then came BC and a guy named Ryan.
After being let go by WMTW, Shannon Moss hears from viewers that she is missed and decides to produce her own show.
A Falmouth couple is thankful for improved coverage even though they won’t be getting any government subsidies.