Led by Mike Napoli and Koji Uehara, Boston is now just one win from their first World Series berth since 2007.
A British scientist unveils a theory on the Abominable Snowman based on DNA from hair samples of Himalayan animals.
Abigail Hernandez, 15, vanished last week some time after leaving Kennett High School in North Conway.
Police say Benjamin Hackbarth threatened a motorist with a gun in Prospect, was stopped again in Searsmont and arrested in Hallowell.
Against a divided foe, and with Democrats united, the president might now have an opportunity to lead in ways he hasn’t been able to for much of his time in the Oval Office.
The president urges lawmakers to concentrate on three issues: a balanced plan to reduce long-term deficits, legislation to overhaul the immigration system and passage of a farm bill.
The operation, which requires a $70 million investment, could be up and running by the end of 2014.
The $400,000 grant will go toward young people who have been coerced into trading sex for money or a place to sleep.
The fast-food Mexican chain is performing better than many of its competitiors, including McDonald’s and Burger King.
The company makes the rare decision amid the battle over a proposed South Portland ordinance.
Christopher Knight will plead guilty to enter a special program.
Prosecutors dismiss the cases against brothers from a prominent South Portland family because of ‘insufficient evidence.’
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As immigrant populations expand, the nation’s menu reflects its transformation.
The weekly jobless claims report was the only government economic data released during the shutdown.
Why the city man was on the tracks and why he was unable to get out of the way are still unclear.
Christopher T. Knight is expected to plead guilty to burglaries and be admitted into the Co-Occuring Disorders Court in Kennebec County, which allows for counseling and rehabilitation.
The deputy director will become acting director when Robert McAleer leaves in November.
The football team is placed on probation for two years.
But Gov. LePage’s civil emergency edict is still, inexplicably, in effect.
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But those who speak in support of easing the standards say the changes would create jobs.
Police were notified by OnStar that the car had been stolen.
The Maine operator says he’s ‘confident’ service will begin in May, but with the time to book tours elapsing, some are skeptical.
Alexia Valente, 16, an energetic student-athlete who was ‘eager to take on the world,’ dies when her car hits a tree.
Based on a tip, sheriff’s deputies stopped a car found to be carrying heroin and Oxycodone
The rider refused to pull over and fled at speeds up to 80 mph, police said.
Police arrest Moss McCole as a suspect in a Wednesday robbery of Northeast Bank.
Booker will fill the seat once held by Frank Lautenberg, a long-serving Democratic senator who died in June at age 89.
Furloughed federal employees across the country are expected to return to work Thursday.
Renewed interest in metallic mining of metals in Aroostook County’s Bald Mountain triggered an update of Maine’s mining regulations.
A nonprofit eventually wants to convert the relic into a museum.
Unless a long-term agreement is reached, the government – and the economy – will contend with new deadlines early next year.
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Burns & McDonnell is working on CMP’s $1.55 billion power grid upgrade.
About 31 inches of rain fell on the island of Izu Oshima, the most since record-keeping began in 1991.
One incumbent and two challengers – who have not held office – will compete for two seats.
She taught for 25 years and was active in her church and community.
A Connecticut College study finds that foods with high fat and sugar content may be as addictive as hard drugs.
A wet spring slowed harvesting and a cold forecast boosted demand, leaving a very low supply before winter even starts.
That’s what his spokesman says after the governor told a conservative group he had hidden $47 million from Democrats.
One incumbent will seek another three-year term as four newcomers look for a first chance to serve.
Establishment Republicans chide Sen. Ted Cruz as divisive, but tea partyers see a leader.
After 10 years of running it as a community-based event at his home, Steve Workman moves it to a commercial space but keeps the volunteer spirit.
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