Korean War Veterans in Maine were honored Monday.
Orrington’s Old Home Week is wraping up, but before it comes to a close, the endless yard sale is going on.
Grab an ice cream over the weekend, and help out some special athletes, too.
Folks in Newburgh will be celebrating their town Saturday, and you’re invited.
Ruth and Wimpy’s has been an institution for seafood lovers in Hancock since 1989.
The Stonington Opera House is showing off it’s recent upgrades Saturday, and you’re invited.
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A Waterville man is going to prison for another year-and-a-half for failing to pay more than $400,000 in restitution after he was convicted of fraud in 2002.
While students are still enjoying the summer months, it’s never too early to start prepping for the school year.
An Eastport Community Group received a big donation Friday.
An academic intensive camp at Husson University is wrapping up for the summer.
There will be no power at the Bangor International Airport late Saturday night.
Fort Knox in Prospect is hosting a Scottish-inspired event this weekend.
About eighty artists will be selling their work on the Belfast waterfront over the weekend.
Prosecutors say the trial of a Lewiston man accused of running down his pregnant girlfriend is expected to take place next spring.
Monday’s fire that destroyed a garage in Medway started when the owner was working on the fuel tank of an antique car.
Maliea Kelso has just been selected to play in the US Junior Olympic games next month.
A man convicted of murder 25 years ago has died at the Maine State Prison in Warren.
The senate has sent a bill to the governor which would allow people to carry concealed handguns, without a permit.
Orland will celebrate its annual River Day Saturday.