Portland-area teachers toss out their lesson plans and discuss last week's attack with their students.
No shots are fired but the robber escapes with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The pitcher, who is recovering from a biceps injury, throws three shutout innings and part of a fourth.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev seemed more American than Chechen and "did not fit into the Muslim life" in Russia's Caucasus, she says.
The Celtics never could have accomplished so much over the last six years with as little as they got from Kevin Garnett on Saturday in their playoff opener.
He objected to mosque speakers who praised Martin Luther King Jr. and encouraged Muslims to embrace American holidays, the Islamic Society of Boston says.
Authorities in a Waltham say they will investigate if any links turn up between one of the Boston bombing suspects and an unsolved 2011 slaying.
Federal authorities have not said they think she is involved in the bombing plot but have asked to speak with her.
Miami-based developer Federated Cos. can submit plans for the first of four 15-story towers.
The folk singer was the first performer at Woodstock and was known for his crafty guitar work and cover songs.
Leonard Bolton of the state police got involved because of his expertise in cellphone analysis.
A passenger train is believed to have been the target of an al-Qaida-linked plan.
A bill that could mean millions in revenue for Maine gains support, backed by the state's two senators.
The middle school receives $2,000 for taking first place in contest, for coming up with a plan that includes a 'junk swap' to reduce the quantity of items that are thrown away.
As of today, 51 people remained hospitalized, three of them in critical condition and five listed as serious.
The FBI affidavit also says one of the bombers told a carjacking victim, "Did you hear about the Boston explosion? I did that."
Gov. Maggie Hassan asks Secretary of State John Kerry for a tough federal permitting process.
In West, Texas, school resumes as investigators work to determine what caused the fertilizer plant to explode.
The surviving suspect is charged Monday with using a weapon of mass destruction, which means he could face the death penalty.
Meanwhile, the panel votes 6-6 in a work session on a bill to limit ammunition magazines to 10 rounds each.
A funeral is held for Krystle Campbell, 29, a restaurant manager who was at the Boston Marathon to cheer on a friend finishing the race.
Walton, a 4-month-old puppy, went missing from the Animal Welfare Society in West Kennebunk on Sunday afternoon.
A mobile home at 81 Back St. in Monmouth was destroyed by a fire Monday morning.
The building also houses The Grill Room restaurant and is known for its distinctive outside mural.
The Coast Guard says 233 barges are waiting to move northbound and 119 barges are waiting to move southbound.
Katherine Russell Tsarnaev did not speak to federal officials who came to her parents' home in North Kingstown, R.I., where she has been staying since her husband was killed during a getaway attempt early Friday.
The first of its kind in Maine, the buoy is armed with sensors that will begin sending a continuous data stream describing real-time conditions in Great Pond to a global network of scientists.
That's almost 22 cents lower than a month ago.
At 2:50 p.m. — exactly one week after the bombings — many bowed their heads and cried around the city.
Major airports are seeing delays of up to two hours as 1,500 traffic controllers are furloughed daily.
A court hearing for the Oscar-winning actress is scheduled for this morning. She is charged with disorderly conduct.
Officers responding to an emergency call Sunday night at an apartment complex in Federal Way encountered a chaotic scene, with bullets flying.
The forum at USM's Portland campus will address risks from sea level changes and severe weather events, among other topics.
Daniel Porter, 25, killed Jerry Perdomo, 31, over a drug debt.
Georgetown motorist killed in single-vehicle accident / Man found inside vehicle died of natural causes / Bicycle Coalition of Maine launching weeklong ride . . . and more news from around Maine.
Although comparatively heinous acts don't always result in the death penalty, convictions are probable.
Vallely traveled to areas struck by disasters for work and was generous in his personal life.
The state hopes to find a money-making tenant for its 430-square-foot space in Hampton Beach.
Literature on the effects of cannabis is contradictory, leaving the medical community in a bind.
Four snowboarders and a skier die during an event organized to promote backcountry safety.
The former congressman from Massachusetts says gridlock is what Republicans want.
Following a fatal tent fire, a crackdown on the West End's homeless has many moving to other parts of Portland.
Linda Greenlaw will join anglers on chartered tours chasing one of the world’s most sought-after fish.
The governor and Legislature will need to compromise to come up with sorely needed efficiencies.
Before, the homeless could stay indefinitely. Now to do that, they must be working to find housing.