An international company with Bangor ties held an open house for its clients Friday.
Friday September 23
Go for the Gold: Chamber Retail businesses will have Go for the Gold Bags at their locations for customers to enter to win Chamber Bucks: 1st $300 2nd $200 and
Friday, September 23, 2016
The Penobscot Valley Kennel Club is holding its Fun Match Dog Show Saturday.
The Maine Department of Education is getting nearly $67,000 in federal money to help cover the cost of advanced placement tests for low-income high school students.
Two more families of crew members who died on the cargo ship El Faro have settled lawsuits with the owner of the ship.
The man who police believe robbed a Machias Bank made his first court appearance Tuesday.
The Piscataquis Thriving in Place Collaborative wants to educate people about dementia.
As part of fall prevention week, a fall risk screening will be held at the Milo town hall on Sept.
The Maine Public Utilities Commission is accepting proposals for a liquefied natural gas storage tank.
An Arizona-based chip maker has bought Fairchild Semiconductor, including a plant and offices in Maine that employ 700 people.
Augusta police are trying to figure out if a crime took place in connection with a toddler’s near-drowning.
It’s a special birthday for one Brewer business.
Fall is upon us.
Two people from Anson were arrested after Fairfield Police say they found 31 grams of heroin in their car.
A Game Warden pilot has submitted his resignation after police arrested him at a concert on the waterfront in Bangor.
The Sebasticook Regional Land Trust is launching a monthly speaker series about a variety of conservation topics.
Green Party presidential candidate Dr.
Traffic was backed up today near the intersection of Broadway and Stillwater Ave.