The Red Sox scored six runs in the first inning and David Ortiz hit his 399th career homer, as Boston won for its ninth time in 11 games.
61-year-old Dana Wilson, of Brewer, who once averaged 35 points per game for Husson University, was indicted Wednesday by a Penobscot County grand jury.
Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers has been excused from the team's draft room this year so he can concentrate on more important matters.
Joanne Dow says she's racing against women that are her daughter's age, but she wants one more chance to win an Olympic medal before retiring from the sport.
It's a struggle, but one Williams sister finds a way to advance while Rafael Nadal overcomes a slow start in men's action.
University presidents approve a plan that will have a committee choosing the semifinalists.
A change would give players more time to switch from French clay to Wimbledon grass.
Matt Kenseth will be replaced in the No. 17 Ford by Nationwide Series champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
The accomplishment means Anna Pierce can qualify for the Olympics by being in the top three.
Three young Mainers, including two drafted this past weekend, will attend conditioning camps for several days in July.
Jarrod Saltalamacchias's 14th home run sparks a three-run seventh inning that spoils a strong start for Toronto.
The Sea Dogs, after an all-night bus ride, go 13 innings, then are beaten on a two-run homer.
Breaststroker Brendan Hansen qualifies for London and a chance to put two disappointing Olympics behind him.
At her new camp for young girls, U.S. luge team member and Maine native Julia Clukey has shown that athletes can have real impact even when they're out of the spotlight.