More than two-million dollars in cash and prizes were up for grabs at the Maine Lottery Party at the Augusta Civic Center Friday.
The state’s official sailing vessel is the flagship for Maine Maritime Academy’s small vessel operations and technology program.
Lawmakers are debating a bill that could create the Bar Harbor Port Authority.
Schools in Winslow and Benton were under lockout for several hours Friday morning as police searched for suspects in several car burglaries.
Experts say 1 in 5 people in Maine will be affected by sexual assault in their lifetime.
State lawmakers have proposed bills they say will help protect the integrity of Maine’s welfare system.
The Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce held their 54th annual awards ceremony at Kennebec Valley Community College in Fairfield.
Nurse aides, personal support specialists and home health assistants gathered at the State’s Capitol Wednesday in support of proposed legislation.
An annual emergency preparedness conference wrapped up at the Augusta Civic Center Wednesday.
More than 80 students from Bucksport, Falmouth, and Brunswick were in attendance at the State House Tuesday as part of the Visual and Performing Arts Education celebration.
Maine excels in air and water quality, and international exports.
State lawmakers are considering a bill to limit step therapy protocol for patients with life-threatening diseases.
Maine lawmakers have approved a bill to bring the state into compliance with the federal Real ID Act.
Governor LePage will head to the nation’s capital to testify against the creation of national monuments by the president without state approval.
Governor LePage says if the voter-approved extra tax on Maine’s highest earners stays in effect, Maine will have the highest income tax rate in the nation for income below a million dollars.
Repurposing unused medication and donating it to low-income individuals is what lawmakers are now debating in Augusta.
Lawmakers in Augusta have proposed a number of bills that would reform Maine’s welfare system.
Mainers are encouraged to share their historical family photos and migration stories, and enjoy free local foods and live folk music at the Waterville Public Library on Saturday, April 22.
State lawmakers are debating a resolution to prevent unconstitutional referendum issues from appearing on Maine ballots.
Two months after fire ripped through Winthrop’s Post Office, a mobile mail van offers postal services in the parking lot.