Gridiron Predictions: October 9, 2015
Three groups tasked with responding to Maine’s heroin problem have met for the first time with their focus on policing, education and treatment.
Police are investigating an unexplained death in Augusta.
Local firefighters are visiting schools as part of national fire prevention week.
Gridiron Predictions: October 2, 2015
Two local businesses are hosting a dance party to help send children with disabilities to camp next summer.
If you’re looking for a spooky way to kick off October, get to Medway.
A museum that highlights Maine’s maritime history is offering free admission to visitors.
Families in five counties will be helped out with home ownership opportunities thanks to a federal grant.
It’s not only drivers that got stuck in Wednesday’s floods.
According to the Maine Warden Service, a Corinna man was found dead Thursday afternoon in Lake Wassookeag in Dexter.
A man from Bangor was indicted on child pornography charges Wednesday.
A man in Bradford was taken to a hospital after being knocked out cold by a tree he was cutting down.
Ellsworth is welcoming fall with an Annual Tradition.
A Waterville man is behind bars, accused of assaulting a woman over several months.
You can get rid of your recyclables and help animals in need over the weekend in Dexter.
Officials say two investigations involving Waterville High School’s principal are wrapping up.
Home heating oil prices have dropped in Maine to the lowest levels in ten years.
Freedom Fest 2015 will take place at the Travis Mills Retreat in Rome over the weekend.
Bangor city council addressed the issue of prolonged absences Monday.