Aspen Dental Offices across the country offered free dental care to Veteran’s today during their Day of Service Event.
Over 8,000 whoopie pie lovers of all ages travel to Dover Foxcroft for the many flavors of the annual Whoopie Pie Festival.
Two osprey families in Aroostook County have found new homes thanks to Emera Maine.
A Skowhegan man was arrested Thursday after police say he held a kitchen knife to another man’s throat.
Eastern Maine labor leaders and health care providers gathered in Brewer this morning to give their thoughts on the new health care legislation unveiled by Senate Republicans yesterday.
A Swanville woman was seriously injured after a motorcycle crash in Belfast yesterday afternoon.
Senators Susan Collins and Angus King have announced the Acadia National Park Advisory Commission will be able to resume its meetings after September 1.
Investigators say two 12-year-old boys have been charged with arson, a class A felony, after intentionally lighting a home on fire in Pittsfield this morning.
Do you have library books that are past due?
Summer has officially arrived and area pools are opening up for business.
Senator Susan Collins could play a key role in the fate of the newly unveiled healthcare bill.
Disabled persons turned out at Congressman Bruce Poliquin’s office at Union Plaza in Bangor today to demonstrate the difficulty they say they have getting into that office.
Governor LePage said in an interview with WVOM Radio today, he doesn’t think there will be a government shutdown because of the political fallout for Democrats.
The Bangor Chamber of Commerce has moved.
The 71st session of Dirigo Girls State is underway at Husson University in Bangor.
Darling’s Auto is handing over the keys to a Ford Van to Camp Capella in Dedham.
Fire destroyed a home on Brickett Point Road on East Pond in Oakland.
Last Friday’s Special Olympics Parade was cancelled due to rain.
Anyone who is more than ten years old remembers the feeling of walking into a video store on a Friday night and looking for that new release you’d been dying to see.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke wrapped up his visit to the Katahdin Region today.