Husson University’s Business School hosted a “More Than Just Beer” panel today.
Breathing — an everyday task performed by our bodies, but it’s not always easy.
Students from Swan’s Island School and UMaine’s Marine Science Club boarded the Maine Maritime Academy Training Ship, State of Maine, to present their mini-boats for launching on the ship’s next training voyage.
Over 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students participated in UMaine’s Annual Student Symposium, which organizers say has doubled since last year.
Students in the Forensic Science class at Husson University gloved up and geared up with the Maine State Fire Marshals to analyze a fire scene.
Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor held its Annual Tech Day today.
Flood Insurance challenges facing Central Maine was the topic of a discussion at a roundatble in Bangor today.
The American Health Care Act failed to move through Congress.
The town of Norridgewock kicked off Earth Day a few days early by celebrating the over $5 million in funding they have received from the USDA Rural Development Program to provide upgrades to their Waste Management Facilities.
The Grand in Ellsworth will be showing the Disney movie “Finding Dory” through Friday.
Fort Knox doesn’t officially open for the summer season until May, but they are making an exception for kids during school vacation week.
U-Maine held its 25th Annual Harold W.
From small dogs to large dogs, fluffy dogs to muscular dogs, different breeds are considered more dangerous than others by your insurance company.
The end of tax season is quickly approaching and not everyone has had the chance to get their filing done.
As warmer weather approaches, the folks at Acadia National Park are getting ready for the summer season.
Now an update on a runaway dock.
With the potential for flooding, Augusta Police have closed part of a street near the Kennebec River.
Katahdin Trust is partnering with United Way of Eastern Maine, Good Shepherd Food Bank, and other local businesses for the annual Pantry Project.
Over 40,000 9-1-1 calls were answered last year by Penobscot County Dispatchers.
The Broken Egg Restaurant in Rockland needs a new name.