More than $950,000 raised for Palestinian student paralyzed after being shot in Vermont

More than $950,000 has been raised for the recovery of one of the three college students of Palestinian descent who was shot in Vermont and is currentlyRead More

Barn on RI “The Conjuring” property suffers fire damage overnight

Fire crews in Burrilville, Rhode Island battled a fire overnight in the barn of a famous spooky property. The barn is on the same propertyRead More

New England’s decades-old shrimp fishery, a victim of climate change, to remain closed indefinitely

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — New England’s long-shuttered shrimp business, which fell victim to warming waters, will remain in a fishing moratorium indefinitely, fishery regulators ruledRead More

3 die in Maine when car goes in wrong direction on turnpike, hitting 2 vehicles

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A wrong-way driver on the Maine Turnpike struck two vehicles, causing a head-on collision that killed three people, police said. MaineRead More

Maine offers free university tuition to Lewiston shooting victims, families

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine’s public university system is offering free tuition to family members of those who died and to those who were injuredRead More

Hundreds gather for vigil at Brown University after student shot in Burlington, VT

A crowd gathered at Brown University in Providence Monday for a vigil after a Brown University student was one of three Palestinian students injured inRead More

Suspect in shooting of 3 Palestinian college students in Vermont pleads not guilty

(CNN) — Investigators are “working hard” to determine the motive behind a shooting that left three Palestinian college students wounded in Vermont, Burlington Police Chief JonRead More

3 men of Palestinian descent attending holiday gathering shot, injured near University of Vermont

Three young men of Palestinian descent who were in Burlington for a Thanksgiving holiday gathering were shot and injured — one seriously — near theRead More

Lottery winner sues mother of his child, saying she told his relatives about his prize money

LEBANON, Maine (AP) — A man who won one of the largest lottery payments in U.S. history has filed a federal lawsuit against the motherRead More

Maine island that was site of eviction of historic mixed-race community added to national register

An island along the coast of Maine that was home to a mixed-race fishing community later forcibly removed by the state has been added toRead More