We now know the name of the man killed in a small plane crash in Houlton Thursday.
A Bangor man will remain behind bars after not objecting to a $50,000 cash bail.
Experts say nearly 20% of Maine’s high school students engage in self-harm.
The Bangor Humane Society is holding an electronics waste collection event.
The 2016 teacher of the year state finalists has been selected.
Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems will acquire a new hospital.
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A Maine business owner has been found in contempt of court for refusing to fix safety hazards and pay penalties.
There will be a concert Saturday to honor veterans.
Protecting Animal’s Welfare, or P.A.W., is holding its 3rd annual yard sale.
The American Red Cross is bringing a new project to help kids to Maine.
A road race will be held in Newport to honor a fallen soldier.
The Fairfield-Benton Fire Dept.
A federal judge will hear arguments about whether the merger of two paper mill companies with investments in Maine was in the public interest.
An Augusta Civic Center worker has sued the city, claiming discrimination.
Kids are getting ready to head back to school.
There will be a funeral next week for a Dexter man killed in Afghanistan.
Maine’s department of health and human services will use more than $3-million in welfare savings to help older Mainers who’ve been waiting for services.
Maine Democratic leaders were in Orono Monday to address the growing financial burden college students are facing.
The Maine State Museum is honoring an elementary school student who sent a famous letter to a Soviet leader, seeking peace in 1983.