Boston ties a franchise record on the night David Ortiz reaches 2,000 hits in a 20-4 win over Detroit.
A 110-year-old working lighthouse near the entrance of Boston Harbor has been sold for $933,888 cash.
The house at 14 Beech Drive was only minimally damaged, but the woman's injuries are described as serious.
Lincoln Chafee says he couldn't be a full-time, year-long campaigner for a second term and still effectively govern the state.
The company is appealing an arbitrator's ruling that said it violated a collective bargaining agreement.
Spies intercepted communications discussing the attack before it happened, but that evidence had not yet been 'processed,' officials say.
The women were held captive for a decade by Ariel Castro, who hanged himself on Tuesday.
The council voted 5-0 to sell the building under the conditions that the buyer invests at least $800,000 in the property and keeps it public.
Rob Gronkowski says he's making steady progress from back surgery but won't say if he expects to play on Sunday in the Patriots' opener.
The school department plans to use $1.3 million to pay for teacher retirement costs that were shifted from the state to the district.
The railway, which runs from Canada through central Maine, has been in jeopardy since a deadly derailment killed 47 people in July.
The committee provides Congressional support sought by President Obama, but Russia – Syria's close ally – continues to fight against an international coalition.
Dismissed by Channel 8 in June, Shannon Moss plans a comeback on two Portland TV stations next month.
'In all my years of public service, this is just about the most difficult decision I've ever had to deal with,' Angus King says.
Kate's had faced a Sept. 30 deadline to relocate out of its home office or face the loss of its business license.
Clinton urged opponents of the federal health care law Wednesday to stop trying to repeal it and instead work to improve it.
In a preliminary study, healthy volunteers ages 60 to 85 showed gains in their ability to multitask, to stay focused on a boring activity and to keep information in mind.
Police say they discovered Alexander Buchanan, 20, with 4.5 pounds of marijuana, plus hallucinogenic mushrooms and other drugs.
The governor says there will be no federal overreach into Common Core State Standards.
Kevin St. Hill, 27, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was a leader of a major oxycodone and cocaine trafficking operation in central Maine from January to June 2012, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.
The state supreme court will no longer consider an increase from 48 to 72 hours the time somebody can be held in jail before appearing before a judge.
The team's owner and civic center trustees are at odds on revenues and whether an unsigned document constitutes a binding agreement.
The $1.4 million grant will help refurbish tracks and allow for additional freight capacity on the Northcoast rail line, which runs close to the Maine-New Hampshire border.
Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs in the bombings, says he wants his book to 'inspire others.'
As nearly all automakers report double-digit sales gains in August, they're ramping up production and hiring workers to keep pace with demand.
Voters are being asked to approve $1.9 million in additional spending so the district can use a higher-than-expected state subsidy to restore positions.
A lawyer for an atheist family argues that the words 'under God' in the pledge discriminate against atheist students.
As the president made his case overseas during a visit to Sweden, his appeal for military intervention in Syria ran into trouble on Capitol Hill.
The Newport News, Va.-based company says the shutdown is necessary because of a reduction in work for the Navy's Zumwalt-class destroyers.
The horse arena and the adjacent home are owned by Gordon Chibroski, a Portland Press Herald staff photographer.
The closure set to begin Saturday is an attempt to give the Sound's depleted lobster population a chance to rebuild.
John Shaw, 48, of N.H., was held in the Strafford County Jail on $25,000 cash bail after his arraignment Tuesday.
Authorities say 21-year-old Derek James Foster and another man stole several vehicles in the Fryeburg area last December. He set two on fire and crashed another.
Nebraska-based Acceptance Insurance Holding is seeking the information in its lawsuit to recover $3 million in bonuses it paid Armstrong from 1999 to 2001.
Mystic Seaport is looking for the first captain in more than 90 years for the historic whaling ship, the Charles W. Morgan.
While only a small share of people are exercising enough, the percentage of those exercising after age 65 has been rising.
Tempus Jets plans to hire 25 full-time workers within the next four months and 50 more next year.
The company says The One Fund Boston Tote is made from a tarp used to protect the Fenway Park infield and has The One Fund Boston logo on it.
Police say the victim was stabbed near the intersection of Blake and Birch streets near downtown just after 10 p.m. Tuesday.
'This man couldn't take, for even a month, a small portion of what he had dished out for more than a decade,' the prosecutor says.
There was no bid process as required by the city charter, says a man seeking to recall five councilors over the deal.
Those for and against selling part of Congress Square Plaza try to drum up support for their views.
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The Press Herald follows a South Portland teacher on her first day with a classroom of her own.
Authorities provide no further details about the shooting that left Lynn Arsenault dead and her son wounded.
Sixty percent of students will use iPads this year, a major evolution after the state let schools choose from a list of technology options.
The City Council halts the deal after hearing from 15 residents opposed to the idea Tuesday.