Koji Uehara pitched the ninth, extending his scoreless streak to 25 innings as Boston won for the eighth time in 10 games.
Instead, Kerry told Congress Tuesday that 'this debate is about the world's red line ... that anyone with a conscience ought to draw.'
The school's athletic director schedules earlier contests after positive tests for Eastern equine encephalitis.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, a leading anti-interventionist, was steadfast in his opposition on Tuesday.
Three teenage boys are accused of attacking three younger boys at team-building retreat in Otis.
Tuesday was the first day that gays in the military could apply for marriage benefits that heterosexual couples receive.
The arrests include four people charged with bringing drugs into the state on commercial buses.
Harry Briggs, who has swum across Lake Erie, fails to swim two miles across Little Squam Lake for a college fundraiser.
The university's proposal for an offshore installation is not available to the public, which surprises critics.
The emergency meeting comes after the Pirates nixed a 5-year deal.
The president's abrupt decision to seek congressional approval before striking Syria overshadowed what had been a surprising level of consensus among the team members.
A dozen high school baseball members have made amends for vandalizing golf carts in June after they won the state championship.
She calls the president's 'red line' comment 'hasty.' She and Sen. King remain undecided on U.S. action.
Abi Hodgson has been appearing on the show as one of the 37 members of the American Military Spouses Choir.
The British-born economist won the Nobel in 1991 for expanding economic theory to include simple but neglected concepts such as property rights and overhead costs.
A cellphone tower opponent allegedly spits at a selectman outside a Planning Board meeting.
The employee in Waterville filed an OSHA complaint in 2011 against Pan Am Railways.
A former sporting lodge that has hosted guests for weddings, family reunions and vacations since 1937 burned to the ground Tuesday.
A state law taking effect in October will raise the annual marketing budget for lobsters to more than $2.2 million, a six-fold increase.
Matt McTighe, who was campaign manager for the successful 2012 same-sex marriage campaign, will serve as Michaud's campaign manager.
Four people and a dog were on board the boat when the fire broke out. Nearby boaters helped them escape.
Neither senator has indicated whether they will support U.S. military involvement in Syria.
Mulligan joins Rob Gronkowski, Michael Hoomanawanui and rookie Zach Sudfeld as tight ends for the Patriots.
A federal payment of $305 million will be added, then the state liquor contract revenue will cover the bond.
Jared Sullinger of the Boston Celtics apologizes while facing domestic violence-related charges.
James L. Mayo, 42, of Cornville, is accused of threatening to kill people at the Cornville Regional Charter School on Monday as staff were preparing for the first day of classes.
David Labonte, who had been free on $100,000 bail, is charged with manslaughter and aggravated drunken driving.
President Obama gets backing from key senators and Republicans, including staunch critic John Boehner.
Police investigating the theft say they noticed marijuana plants growing at the residence of William Lee Austin.
Police said the explosion left an 8-inch hole in the ground.
The lava lamp, first called the Astro Lamp, was created by a British inventor who was inspired by an odd-looking liquid-filled egg timer he saw in a pub in southwest Britain.
The missile system successfully tracked a medium-range decoy missile that was not carrying a warhead, but did not intercept it, the Israeli Defense Ministry said.
Maine has jumped to $3.73 in the past week, which is 12 cents per gallon higher than the national average.
Nokia and Microsoft have been trying to make inroads in the smartphone market as part of a partnership forged in 2011.
So far, the vaccine has been found effective in raccoons, coyotes and foxes, but not in skunks.
The man allegedly threatened people at the school and then threatened a Somerset County sheriff's deputy.
An airport spokeswoman says the fire early this morning involved an escalator.
Police did not immediately announce an arrest but said the stabbing was not a random act of violence.
Russian state-owned news agencies earlier had said Russian radar had detected two 'ballistic objects' fired from the central Mediterranean toward the eastern part of the sea.
The programs aim to offer instruction and information, but they don't train participants to be police officers.
Both occupants were injured and had to be extricated from the vehicle.
The Department of Marine Resources is proposing that certain areas be open for fishing for limited times, and that other areas be closed altogether.
He says a purpose of his visit is to 'show people around the world that we as Americans can actually get along with North Korea.'
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The president of the new lobstermen’s union says he was overwhelmed by support across the state.
The dramatic drop in numbers prompts fewer hunting permits to be issued.
Expansion and renovation will double the waiting room size and offer more pluses for travelers.
Carole Swan, accused of seeking bribes from a town contractor, says she was conducting a sting.
Two years after Irene, the industry is doing well.
The emerald ash borer already is found less than 50 miles away from Bennington.
Town residents hope to see new life at the former home of the Northfield Mount Hermon School.
Widespread showers and thunderstorms also cause minor flooding as the Labor Day weekend ends.
By helping others, Ann Lindholm of Winthrop discovers that "all of this makes you stronger."
The state will have five of the schools when three more open this week, overcoming some continued opposition.
South Portland collaborates with other districts on tactics for reducing a problem that hurts student performance.
Howard Hardy says he has more than 150 axes and scythes that were made in area factories.
Since a 1963 law, federal officials have let the railroad owners and unions settle the safety vs. money fight, but that may be changing.
The group is adding investors and expecting a return soon on the millions in aid to businesses.
Judith Glassman Daniels, the first woman editor of Life magazine, was a mentor to many and added serious content to publications for women.