Friday, December 13, 2013
While studying abroad in Rome, Ethan Mack has a chance encounter with the Pope during his weekly Wendesday Mass.
Every family has someone who sits across the table and says two things at Christmas: “Merry Christmas” and “You gonna finish that?”
A Mount Pleasant Street fire Wednesday night appears to have started near a dryer on the first floor, although the cause remains unknown, according to officials.
Mount Pleasant Street fire sends man to hospital
Month-old facility sees high demand for beds.
A Texas judge rules that 16-year-old Ethan Couch, who killed four people while driving drunk, won't face any prison time for his crimes.
They say 35-year-old Jason Walton stopped the truck when he realized what had happened.
The gunman, who was a student, was apparently looking for a specific teacher, and left at least one student critically wounded.
The worker, Terry Loewen, was arrested when he attempted to drive onto the tarmac with what he believed were explosives.
J.S. McCarthy Printers will see a premium increase because of fees and tax changes in the Affordable Care Act, company officials said.
Investigators find evidence that the award to at least one program was manipulated and that records justifying allocations were destroyed.
Read the watchdog's report
David Harville, 63, of Chandler Street, said he was walking a friend’s 19-month old dog, Rondo, when the dog spotted the injured man, Kirby Turcotte, pinned beneath the left front wheel of a truck.
The new method, which cuts study time, has yielded an experimental breast cancer therapy.
The state says it must curtail the harvest because of declining population, but fishermen say their livelihood is being interfered with.
Katie Thompson ended the 2012 season talking to a reporter, and crying because her players wouldn’t get to play one more game. She ended this season talking to reporters, and crying because her seniors were getting exactly the ending they had hoped for.
Maine’s governor is siding with out-of-state power companies while our air quality suffers.
Harraseeket Inn’s Broad Arrow Tavern a great spot for lunch
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