The Governor’s supplemental budget cleared a key committee hurdle Friday.
The Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter in Waterville held an open house today.
In Waterville, a parking committee has formed to address downtown parking issues.
Improving access to primary care providers for Medicaid patients by redirecting millions of dollars from disease prevention programs- that’s what Governor LePage is asking lawmakers to do.
Not guilty- that’s how a jury found a former Canaan youth minister accused of sexually abusing a young girl.
Fire did major damage to the Post Office in Winthrop Tuesday.
Last fall, Mainers voted to hike the minimum wage and eventually end the tip credit.
Maryland-based Fiberight wants a $45-million bond from the state to build a waste-processing facility in Hampden.
In 2016, a waiter or waitress was earning $3.75 an hour plus whatever the customer left for a tip.
Number one at the box office for the second week in a row was The Lego Batman Movie.
The Friday before school vacation is often a time for fun and games for junior high students.
A Fairfield family lost their home Thursday morning when a heater designed to dry out hockey equipment sparked a fire in a bedroom.
A heater designed to dry hockey equipment sparked a fire that destroyed a family home in Fairfield this morning.
Governor LePage is looking to save the state about five million dollars by closing the Downeast Correctional Facility in Machiasport.
Fire destroyed two stories of a multi-unit apartment building in Skowhegan Tuesday evening.
Dogs and cats, and other critters, in Waterville were well taken care of during Monday’s storm.
A man and a woman are both dead after a police-involved shooting Friday afternoon in Vassalboro.
Thanks to the generosity of a local non-profit group, folks in Waterville could brave the bitter temperatures today with free hats, mittens, and scarves.
Sappi Limited announced this week their plans to invest $165 million at their Somerset mill site in Skowhegan.
Augusta city councilors will be discussing whether downtown could benefit from two-way traffic.