The University of Maine System and the Downeast Institute have secured 5-million dollars in funds to expand the Marine Research Lab and Education Facility in Washington County.
38 food panties in Central Maine received donations courtesy of Kennebec Savings Bank.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maine hosted a live reading of the U.S.
A Windsor woman and her dog escaped a kitchen fire without injury last night.
Veterans and healthcare advocates are calling on President-elect Donald Trump to not dismantle Obamacare without a proper plan in place first.
The Maine Bureau of Insurance would like to remind drone hobbyists and commercial pilots to check with their insurance agencies about drone coverage.
Not guilty of unlawful sexual contact- that verdict was given by a jury in the trial of a former Oakland woman accused of sexually abusing her two children.
A jury is deliberating the fate of a former Oakland woman accused of sexually abusing her two children, aided by her boyfriend.
An emergency measure is expected to be voted on soon to extend the moratorium on marijuana sales from nine months to twelve.
Conservation leaders met at the state house Tuesday to unveil their environmental priorities for this legislative session.
For the past 31 years the Waterville community has gathered to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr.
A Burnham family’s garage caught fire Monday morning.
Following Lone Survivor and last year’s Deepwater Horizon, Peter Berg steps back behind the camera for his third film based on true events to also star Mark Wahlberg.
Fire destroyed a Winslow family’s home on China Road today.
“We have people that come in that are looking for some services- they might be homeless, they might be sleeping outside.
A committee of residents in Augusta are working on plans to make the city more livable for folks of all ages.
The Maine Film Center will present a one-time showing of the Oscar-nominated 1992 film Malcolm X on Martin Luther King Day.
It’s estimated that by 2020, half of the nation’s workforce will be made up of millenials.
Some Mainers may share the misconception that human trafficking isn’t prevalent in our rural state.
A bill is set to go before Maine lawmakers next week that would extend the marijuana sales moratorium to twelve months.