Prosecutors say that in the days after the killing of Odin Lloyd, she helped one of Aaron Hernandez’s associates flee to Florida.
They hope fliers will want to pay more for better meals or other perks.
Newspapers and magazines bought at the store and delivered at home will be subject to a 5.5 percent tax starting Tuesday.
The American Foundation for Equal Rights hires high-profile lawyers Theodore Olson and David Boies to challenge the law
Marshall Swan is on trial for underreporting income from his construction business.
The private jet hit a hangar after landing at a Southern California airport.
Their dispute in a cemetery results in $35,000 damage to headstones.
Aeriel Rodriguez, 24, was struck and killed on the turnpike while trying to flag down help for a flat tire.
The Knox County district attorney says the state’s animal cruelty law applies only to sentient creatures, not to crustaceans.
The investor is one of seven to be inducted into honorary group.
Here’s a look at the details of their plan so far and the hurdles inspectors may face.
Vince Wilfork was pursuing a play when he planted his right foot, dropped to the ground and probably ended his year.
A Kittery lawmaker who is friends with the Maine-linked captain solicits petition signatures from other lawmakers.
Schools in Cornville and Fairfield will receive money to develop programs and share best practices.
Establishing how much oil leaked into the Gulf of Mexico will help set the penalties BP must pay.
Police said they found 24-year-old Amanda Sandy passed out in her car Sunday in a hotel parking lot.
Most of Richard Parrinello’s snakes are legal, but he’s been cited for not having proper permits.
The two leaders meet at the White House just days after Obama’s historic phone call with new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
The industry has discovered that passengers are willing to pay for such perks as delivery of their luggage and a day pass to the lounge.
By the year 2050, for the first time in history, seniors over the age of 60 will outnumber children under the age of 15.
Before entering, patrons must sign a waiver that warns that viewers my experience ‘a loss of spatial orientation.’
Christopher Dennis was shot to death Saturday night by Richard Duffy after breaking into Duffy’s Foss Hill Lane mobile home, according to state police.
Elmer James, a Vermont volunteer firefighter, is accused of setting fire to the Albany Fire Department.
The council is scheduled to meet Tuesday to discuss whether to revoke the company’s license.
Neighbors and passers-by help lead about 130 head of cattle to safety.
Within a year of joining a private company, Kenneth Kaiser had contact with FBI agents investigating the company.
Grouse, woodcock, waterfowl and turkey seasons all start this week.
He will speak on Thursday as part of the university’s series ‘Politics Then and Now, in Maine and the Nation.’
Firefighters were still contending hours later with the smoldering ruins of the building and the plane, and had yet to determine how many people were inside the jet.
With more people insured, community health centers will be playing a greater role under the new law.
The festival in Norridgewock was the scene of fun and kindness as Strangers Helping Strangers collected items for a food bank.
Richard Berman sees the effort to welcome and shelter our immigrants as a spiritual matter.
The monument aims to preserve the memories of loved ones and help to bring peace to families.
The fair showcases more than 3,000 animals and typically attracts about 200,000.
But a group will gather Tuesday night in the St. Andrews Hospital parking lot in Boothbay Harbor.
The collection depicting families and lifestyles provides a rarely seen perspective on America's nemesis.
An organization co-founded by Joe Payne now has 209 members worldwide, including a bayoukeeper in Louisiana, a canalkeeper in London and a wetlandskeeper in Australia.
A temporary electrical system will power the Metro-North line between New York City and New Haven, Conn., today, and will also allow for limited Acela Express service.
One dead in turnpike crash in Falmouth/Man sought in connection with Maine burglaries ... and more news from around the state.
By this afternoon, the House will likely have to decide whether to keep using a government funding bill to attack Obamacare.
The state now has hundreds of small, legal businesses that grow medical marijuana -- separate from dispensaries -- and a new law may add to demand for them.
Stephen Bowen, who has quit, had similar ideology, but memos show inner turmoil over slow progress.
District Attorney Maeghan Maloney draws fire for her tough policy pursuing domestic violence cases.
Philanthropist Richard Berman and Hope Acts team up to aid our most vulnerable immigrants.