Albany escapes Bangor with a 58-56 victory in women’s basketball.
Portland beats Adirondack for the second time in three days.
The grandson of team owner Richard Childress takes the pole with a lap of 196.019 mph.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White are one performance away from a gold medal.
The U.S. men lose to Canada, which will be the No. 2 seed in the semifinals.
Maria Komissarova heads to a clinic in Munich that specializes in spine injuries.
The former Portland Sea Dog is leaving for physical reasons and to spend more time with his family.
The race is rescheduled until Monday.
The former Sea Dog would make $33.5 million over two seasons if he makes 30 starts or more in both years.
If Canada beats South Korea on Monday, it will become the first women’s team to go through an Olympic round-robin campaign undefeated.
Sponsorship deals are now starting to specify how many tweets, how many Facebook mentions and even Instagram photos they must post.
Ter Mors sets an Olympic record in winning the women’s 1,500 meters.
Phil Kessel scores three goals as the US earns an automatic spot into Wednesday’s quarterfinals.
Bode Miller shows strong emotions after sharing the bronze medal in the super-G.
Gold goes to skier from Czech Republic after U.S. favorite crashes and fails to make medal round.
Bode Miller becomes the oldest Alpine skier to medal in the Olympics at age 36.
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John Litchfield, out of Edward Little High, was the first – being named a U.S. Olympian in 1940.
As days grow longer, the woods grow louder.
Black Bears fall to 5-20 overall.
The Appalachian Mountain Club bought Little Lyford Pond Camps 10 years ago, and attendance has boomed.
Attendance helps promote Maine’s fisheries.
There’s kid- and dog-friendly hiking in South Bridgton.
What should we be looking for from the Boston team this year?
Yet the golden retriever relishes the season.
Two quick goals by Ricky Ruck help the Tigers earn a 4-1 win.
Two former Portland pro hockey players have daughters who are champs.