Construction crews have been hard at work on the campus of Colby College.
Following the terror attacks of September 11th, the federal Real ID law was passed in 2005.
Thomas College held a race for its students and the community in Waterville.
Earth Day drew a crowd of people the University of Maine campus.
The Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine held their annual spring conference today.
Chief Bob Fitzsimmons of the Baileyville Police Department enjoys protecting the people of his hometown.
One person is dead following a crash on Route 1A in Holden.
The Good Shepherd Food Bank’s mobile food truck set up in Bangor today.
Ten Maine communities are getting some assistance to help fight opioid addiction.
“Local community members with local businesses at a local restaurant helping local people.”
For the last month, Lisa’s Restaurant and Lounge in Augusta has been holding their Master the Putt Event.
The Bangor Humane Society wants you to be educated before adopting a rabbit.
Girls from 10 different high schools came to the United Technologies Center in Bangor for the Totally Trades!
“We need to have stories of World War I.”
On April 6th, 1917, the United States declared war on Germany and officially joined World War I.
Hundreds are expected to walk to raise money for the Bangor area homeless shelter…
A local car dealership is giving back to young people in our area.
“It’s been 10 years since we’ve had D.A.R.E.
“We started making waterbeds back in 1975 and that petered out, so we said well, we’ll change from waterworks to bed works.”
Steven Hammond has seen a lot of changes after forty-years in the furniture business.
There’s a new place to stop in Bangor if you’re looking for food on the go…
Wanderlunch is a food truck that sets up shop in the parking lot of the former K-Mart….
“I don’t know what it’s going to take to wake people up, but you can’t do that and drive an automobile,” said State Senator Ron Collins.
Last week, residence in Brownville voted to defund their police department.