Investigators want to talk to a young Asian man who may have ties to the India Street neighborhood where last week's homicide took place.
Kevin Youkilis hit his first homer at Fenway Park as a visitor and Red Sox ace Jon Lester struggled again, allowing six runs in four innings.
U.S. News & World Report's high marks for the hospital in Portland contrast with recent safety ratings by Consumer Reports.
The aggregating website Rotten Tomatoes suspended user comments on movie reviews of "The Dark Knight Rises" after commenters reacted harshly to negative reviews of the film and made profane and threatening remarks about the critics who wrote them.
The bill was an attempt to end anonymity for big-time donors who secretly influence elections.
The spraying comes after a number of mosquito samples recently tested positive for Eastern equine encephalitis, a potentially deadly disease for humans.
The Time Warner-Hearst dispute over fees is similar to ones at DIRECTV and DISH Network.
Rob Towle said Obama's 'stimulus package' includes cornbread, fried chicken coupons and a prayer rug — attacks that were widely interpreted as racist.
The vote was met with cheers and applause by residents who support the purchase.
One look at his hands shows why the plague is referred to as "Black Death."
Jason Madore of Vassalboro jumps off a floating swim dock with three of his kids Sunday into Outlet Stream.
The legislation would all defund National Public Radio, public television and Planned Parenthood.
The FBI seized 250,000 pills worth $16 million.
44-year-old Kathleen Kearney tried to deliver a birthday present to Theo Epstein's young son at Epstein's Chicago home
The search, which began Tuesday morning, took place between two dams on the Kennebec River.
In a possible major breakthrough, four patients who received the highest doses showed no decline of memory or cognition over a three-year period.
He may not have music experience, but neither did Ellen DeGeneres before she was named a judge for season 9.
Maine's highest court has upheld the kidnapping convictions of a self-proclaimed preacher who hid his wife's children from their biological father.
A video released by Maine State Police shows Trooper Doug Cropper using his vehicle to intentionally cause a crash to stop a wrong-way driver on June 29.
The Pope's decision allows Bishop Richard Malone to continue overseeing the church's role in the upcoming Maine referendum on whether to legalize same-sex marriage.
U.S. and European authorities are trying to determine how the needles got into meals served on at least four separate Delta flights.
Twelve instructors at Lackland Air Force Base are facing charges or being investigated.
Arien L'Italien, who had 17 past criminal cases, is 'very violent,' the judge says.
Portland was the 63rd most-searched market in the country in June, based on data released by Realtor.com.
The man appears on surveillance video from an area business recorded just before the shooting occurred.
A spokesman for former President George H.W. Bush says it will be the first time since 1976 that he won't attend the Republican Party gathering.
A Maine Lobstermen's Association official says lobstermen are still getting only about $2 a pound for their catch.
The city is out-ranked only by Boston and Burlington, Vt., according to Parenting Magazine.
The city is looking for golfers to share their thoughts about course operations and offer suggestions for improvement. Non-golfers are also encouraged to offer ideas about off-season uses.
When asked what he meant by “substantial,” the Department of Public Safety spokesman skirted the question.
Maine Medical Center ranked No. 1 in Maine. U.S. News & World Report lists MMC among places “where other hospitals send the toughest cases.”
When the Obamas appear on the scoreboard 'Kiss Cam' Monday night, Mrs. Obama is seen shaking her head 'no.'
An 11-member special committee "came to the conclusion that this policy is absolutely the best policy for the Boy Scouts."
Police are directing traffic in the area and say that the work is expected to last until after 4 this afternoon.
In a separate vote, the Maine Charter Commission approves the plan for a charter school in Cornville for 2012.
DOT workers rescue fawn, feed it grass and give it water before turning it over to wildlife officials.
Emergency responders attempted to revive the man but he was pronounced dead at Pickering Square.
Officer uses Taser in arrest of escapee at Maine-Canada border crossing.
Former stray leaves Animal Rescue League and returns to Bedford home.
"As it turns out, I AM the guy who stole the safe from the Motor View Drive Inn back in June, 1971."
Mitt Romney plans to campaign in the Pittsburgh area today, stepping up his criticism of Obama in a state that has proven to be a tough presidential battleground for the Republican Party.
A menu for a planned journey to Mars must sustain a group of six to eight astronauts for three years. One option under consideration is having the astronauts care for a "Martian greenhouse."
Police say the pool's safety fencing and gates were unsecured right before the 19-month-old was found.
The booming scallop industry has developed a dredge that knocks turtles out of its way before the endangered animals get trapped.
The plan is part of an effort to raise $3.8 million to build a new complex without any taxpayer money.
The main contractor says all of the new foundations are expected to be completed in September.
With an abundance of lobster on the market, the campaign is designed to encourage consumers to eat more.
The 47-year-old woman was a passenger in a pickup truck when it crashed on Saturday in Bucksport.
The new ordinance would have required panhandlers to move off the median strips of city streets.
Rejecting a recent report, they insist that the late Penn State coach did not protect a pedophile.
The woman called police after George Zimmerman was charged with murder.
Portland woman, 26, dies in one-car crash / Man celebrates 90th birthday by jumping from airplane / Trial begins for man accused of strangling ex-girlfriend ... and more news from around the state.
Up to 20 percent of the corn crop could fail, food prices may rise -- and rain is not yet in the forecast.
A turnpike official signals the proposed increases may be adjusted when the authority decides Thursday.
Researchers say New York's rules are working to cut back on consumption of the artery clogger.
Inspectors look for damage and leaks in the old structure on the Stroudwater River.
The toddler is doing well, according to Lebanon officials.