‘Survivor’ first aired on CBS in 2000.
A benefit concert will be held, rain or shine, at the Mt.
After weeks of gridlock, House Republicans have brought forth a budget proposal that has the full support of Governor LePage.
The Department of Homeland Security has expanded the number of foreign temporary worker visas available this fiscal year.
For 70 years, the American Legion’s Boys State program has been focused on developing responsible and informed citizens.
Lawmakers have killed a bill calling for statewide teacher contracts.
Maine educators got to demo some groundbreaking virtual reality technology at the State Library in Augusta Monday.
The political impasse over the state budget brought concerned citizens and groups to the State House Monday to urge lawmakers to ‘Keep Maine Open’.
After meeting over the weekend to continue budget talks, leading Maine lawmakers are no closer to a deal.
Hundreds of law enforcement officers from across the state paid their respects to fallen Fryeburg Police Officer Nathan Desjardins at the Augusta Civic Center Friday.
Halfway through the month of June and the Waterville Humane Society has already taken in 134 cats- 50 of which came in on one day.
Multiple crews quickly knocked down a fire at an apartment house in Waterville Thursday night.
The annual Maine State Police awards were presented Thursday at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro.
The Animal Welfare Advisory Council meets throughout the year to discuss state legislation that affects animals as well as wildlife trends that impact pet and landowners.
More than 100 medical marijuana caregivers and patients gathered at the Augusta Civic Center Wednesday to testify against the state’s efforts to tighten regulations on medical marijuana.
A six member legislative panel is tasked with resolving the state budget dispute.
An emotional reunion in Clinton Wednesday as a local man got to thank the police officer who saved his life.
Lobstermen rallied behind a bill to boost enforcement of Maine’s lobster laws.
Burn permits are only supposed to be issued by the state’s Forest Service.