Boats compete to raise money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
State police say there is nothing suspicious about the man's death.
Matthew Dyer, who spent three weeks in a Montreal hospital after the attack, is scheduled for jaw surgery Monday.
Firefighters say the fire started in a clothes dryer.
A nurse who happens to be in the area more than likely saves the bicyclist's life.
Falmouth's fire chief credits the building's sprinkler system with preventing more widespread damage.
Keith Couch throws Portland's first nine-inning complete game in more than six years, beating Harrisburg 2-1.
Joey Logano wins the Pure Michigan 400, boosting his Cup chances and giving his owner a home-state victory.
The Obama family is due back at the White House late Sunday.
A 78-year-old-man is shot when he engages in an armed confrontation with officers.
Patricia Guevin, 52, of Kingston, N.H., was flown to a Bangor hospital with head and face injuries sustained in a rafting accident in The Forks on Sunday.
PORTLAND -- The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland debuted an unusual multimedia exhibit Saturday inside a steel shipping container in Congress Square Park.
The deal, which will reportedly pay the victim a multimillion-dollar payout, is the first of 26 settlements expected soon among 31 young men who have pressed claims over Jerry Sandusky's actions and Penn State's response.
Police say there didn't appear to be any foul play or trauma to the victims, a 39-year-old woman and a 3-year-old boy.
The state says that among other things, Belfast has effectively utilized state and federal programs to improve infrastructure that supports a good business climate.
Traveling with her three unharmed children, BethMarie Retamozzo is arrested in South Carolina.
An official says a single-engine plane crash-landed in a field off Falls Bridge Road Sunday morning.
The new 107,000-square foot store boasts 9-foot wide aisles, a sushi bar, pizza shop, lunch counter and 60,000 items.
Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce each win their third gold medal at the world championships as part of relay teams.
The American Legion and other veterans' organizations say declining revenues mean fewer donations back to the community and officers available to help veterans with their claims.
Gen. Abdel-Fatah el-Sissi says the Army has no intention to seize power.
A section of the Cape Cod National Seashore was closed to swimming for about an hour on Saturday, and swimmers at Wellfleet town beaches were told to stay out of deep water.
He suffered life-threatening injuries, authorities say, and reportedly ran across the tracks before being hit.
Vitaly Mutko says "the freedoms of Russian and foreign athletes and guests who come to Sochi will be absolutely protected."
More than 200 people are expected at the Muskie Lobster Bake fundraiser Sunday at the Wolfe's Neck Farm in Freeport.
No progress in search for missing children / Motorist extracted from car after crash / Items stolen from outside fire station
A Somerset Middle School coach has high hopes for the Massachusetts seventh-grader.
Some Maine officers wear them, other departments would buy them, but it's a different story in New York.
A former American Legion Post commander in Norton, Mass., salvages 70 years of history.
As each side presented 77 witnesses, the trial lasted two months and became all-consuming, they say.
The New England Music Camp is planning to bring performing arts education to more central Maine kids.
Lawrence, Mass., high school actors will perform at the prestigious festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
This coming weekend's gathering in Litchfield features dozens of bands and instruction for kids.
The owners of a farm in Skowhegan place third for their whole-milk ricotta in a national competition.
Wilton's chief is among proponents who say the small devices protect officers and the public.
A 13-year-old honors student and her 1-year-old sister are remembered as cheerful and loving.
The fight to save brown bats from white-nose syndrome includes using sterilized weapons bunkers as caves.
Visitors are advised to keep clean campsites to discourage visits from animals searching for food.
An announcement is planned for Tuesday.
With the potential for so many repeat OUI offenders getting behind the wheel again, the question arises: Why doesn't Maine have a provision to revoke driving privileges for good?
Part Two of The Challenge of Our Age finds that for Maine’s 190,000 caregivers, the costs are high and the support is limited.