It’s not every day the student is grading the teacher.
Lawmakers and medical marijuana advocates met Wednesday to discuss a bill that supporters say will make pot safer for its patients.
A pair of suspected heroin dealers from Connecticut is behind bars in Washington County.
A mother found guilty of killing her two-and-a-half year old daughter and leaving her body in a car in Stetson is appealing to Maine’s highest court.
A familiar voice to radio listeners in Central Maine will be signing off Friday.
Many Maine children who live below the poverty line are unable to attend school on a regular basis.
“Nobody else was doing it.
Trees and poles in Waterville will be decorated with hats, scarves and mittens Friday – even a few coats.
Crews were able to quickly knock down a fire Thursday on Sidney St.
AARP Maine is speaking out against legislative action they say could eventually get rid of landline phone service in our state.