Boston rallies for two runs in the seventh and one in the eighth to beat the Orioles for their fourth straight win.
The man, who also faces a sex-related charge, is on administrative leave from Lawrence High School.
The protest against oil trains is quickly broken up by Auburn police.
An analysis of combined statewide and local sales charges finds the state's 5% rate is third-lowest.
The teams with two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL need to solve their offensive problems Thursday night as the regular season looms.
Police schedule a community meeting to address the problem.
Gov. Paul LePage opposed the bill and threatened to rescind the special session Thursday to consider a $150 million bond proposal if lawmakers considered reopening a revenue services office in Houlton.
Christopher Martin, who pleaded guilty to driving drunk, will be suspended for 60 days without pay and demoted to lieutenant.
The artist created works during several trips to the Union front in Virginia in 1861 and 1862.
Top Democrats join a group promoting nearly $150 million in bonds that include spending on roads and higher education.
The images, taken by a state police sergeant, include more shots of Tsarnaev coming out of the boat, his head bloody and a red laser trained on his head.
28-year-old Prince Benjamin of Biddeford is accused of assaulted and robbing a woman in her home in June.
Town selectmen will meet on the committee status of David Marsters after his racially charged, anti-Obama post.
Thirty-four cities had unemployment rates below 5 percent, nearly double the 18 in July 2012.
In the wake of the deadly Quebec derailment, a federal panel hears concerns on railroad safety.
Allison Gold was injured and one of her sons killed when they were hit by a car near the Monhegan Boat Line dock.
The College of Dental Medicine in Portland has 64 students in its inaugural class, and plans to treat thousands of patients each year.
Obama urges Americans to be the new marchers for racial harmony and economic justice for all.
Russia attempts to stop intervention, but the president says the U.S. could act alone if the United Nations can't break its gridlock.
The Maine Office of the Attorney General handles and mediates complaints and released its top 10 list today.
Maj. Nidal Hasan could become the first American soldier executed in more than half a century.
Eloise Vitelli, 64, won nearly 50 percent of the vote in Tuesday's special election, and will join the full Legislature when it convenes in special session today to vote on bonds.
The crash, which seriously injured the woman, happened at about 10:30 a.m.
A diary entry says BethMarie Retamozzo had thoughts about killing herself and her children.
After two failures, Baxter Academy passes its third inspection, meaning it will open with 135 students next week.
He says the bear that attacked a Mainer on July 24 destroyed the electric fence so it can't be determined if it was working properly.
The fire was reported at about 8 a.m.
Grady Doherty, 17, of Casco and Cody Plummer, 22, of Naples were both taken to Bridgton Memorial Hospital with injuries.
Shellie Zimmerman was charged with perjury for misleading a judge about how much money she and her husband had for her husband's bond.
Authorities removed four satirical depictions of Russian politicians on Monday and shut down the exhibition.
Jennifer Dore, of Benton, who was supervising a visit between a Fairfield woman and two of her children, has been charged with two counts of endangering the life of a child.
The United Methodist Church was recently burglarized, and thieves made off with $1,500 in electronics and even raided the refrigerator.
States, insurers and medical groups are experimenting with a variety of programs to contain costs under the Affordable Care Act without undermining care.
Clusters of cases of the new virus have been sprung up in the MIddle East and Europe. About half of those affected have died.
Richard Thibodeau was struck and killed on Forest Avenue in Orono in May.
Schoolchildren were kept inside, people went to hospitals complaining of eye and throat irritation and officials urged people to avoid all physical activity outdoors.
Brian Morin 'has severe mental health problems' and is 'hallucinating and hearing voices,' according to his attorney.
The rally today at Faneuil Hall will call on Congress to pass stricter background checks for gun buyers.
'It's very dangerous,' says Kris Wallace, operations manager of Central Maine Regional Airport.
The designation allows the NYPD to send undercover officers into mosques, and legally record and spy on imams.
The suspect told police he was looking for an open apartment because he needed money for cigarettes.
There are few good options for when to attack.
A long-debated federal proposal to entomb the high-level waste at a Yucca Mountain facility in Nevada has gone nowhere.
The center, which opens for the first group of veterans this week, offers sports such as skiing, golf, tennis and volleyball for disabled veterans and their families.
But a bitter winter would stop them cold, say experts who led a count of the crabs this week.
Mother accused of fleeing with her children returns / Man ordered to pay for security system for couple / Driver hits police cruiser, gets charged with OUI . . . and more news from around Maine.
Because it's not written into law, the A-F system could be vulnerable if either Mike Michaud or Eliot Cutler defeats Paul LePage in Maine's gubernatorial race.
The grant hope "to advance wilderness values and to increase access to the arts" in Maine.
The agents' company gets 80 percent of each student’s first-year tuition: about $20,000. Advocates say it increases diversity and tuition streams, but critics say the system is ripe for abuse.
Four volunteer to attend Raymond Elementary, but without redistricting, enrollment is unbalanced.
The 17-year-olds allegedly broke into a shed behind the school and stole more than $1,000 worth of ropes, a soccer net, an 8-foot step ladder and other equipment.
The agency misses deadlines and loses its say on five water-control projects, but says the impact will be 'zero.'
Slots for MaineCare recipients will be hard to find as St. Joseph's closes its assisted-living space to make upgrades.
Mr. Ladakakos, known by many people as 'Chubby,' also served as chairman of the town's Community Garden Committee.
The Portland Planning Board acts over neighbors' objections to the development's limited parking.