Dozens of people gathered in Portland Friday night to remember the life of ‘Chance Baker’, the man shot and killed by police last Saturday.
The recent climb in temperatures across northern New England prompting new concerns about the possibility of flooding.
One man is in custody after a standoff in Fort Kent Friday evening.
Artwork from a seventh grader at Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro could appear on the Google homepage for a day if she wins the annual Doodle 4 Google competition.
Two Maine credit unions will be merging within the year if they get regulatory approval.
In Portland Thursday— a hearing for Gregory Nisbet’s new trial request continues.
An Acton man was killed by his estranged wife, state police said Wednesday.
One person was killed and another injured after an early morning crash in Auburn.
Investigators have determined the fire that destroyed a Waterville apartment building earlier this month was caused by electrical issues.
A UMaine fraternity is calling attention to sexual assault by camping out.
Having students start school later in the morning is the topic of discussion at a forum in Warren next week.
A historic building in Waterville has sold for twenty million dollars.
There’s a public meeting scheduled for Monday to discuss a regional school project.
A one of a kind math project at UMaine-Farmington has received a $175,000 grant.
Postal Inspectors have been able to salvage some mail from inside the Winthrop Post Office that was gutted by fire Tuesday.
If you’ve been out of work you might qualify for a free job training program.
Job seekers will have the chance to check out dozens of employers at a job fair in Augusta Monday.
Everyone’s invited to a meeting in Augusta next week to discuss legalization of marijuana.
A new athletic complex is on the horizon for Colby College.