A Readfield man is charged with forgery and theft after state police claim he stole more than $28,000 from a business checking account.
On today’s Healthy Acadia, We speak with Tara Young, who tells us about ASIST, an acronym for Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training.
National Pie Day is coming up on January 23rd.
A conference focused on the Maine potato industry is slated for this week in Caribou.
A group is placing old Christmas trees in the ice on Messalonskee Lake in the hopes of preventing another accident similar to one that killed a Massachusetts man.
The oldest Bath-built wooden vessel known to still be afloat is returning home.
There is an upcoming dog bite workshop on Saturday, January 28th 10 – 11 am at the Brewer Library.
From our News Affiliate WMTW:
One organization in Southern Maine is now urging people to put their money where their mouth is – by shopping at Muslim owned businesses to show their solidarity with the community.
From our news affiliate WMTW:
President-elect Donald Trump is coming to the defense of Maine’s most iconic retailer after one group started urging shoppers to boycott L.L.
Today, the Bowdin College Museum of Art in Brunswick will unveil a rare photograph of President Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration from 1861.
A driver is lucky to be alive after his pickup truck collided with an Amtrak Downeaster last night.
The House in the woods Program is hosting their 7th annual Fishing Derby!
Senator Susan Collins is introducing Legislation designed to crack down on fraud targeting seniors.
A former Brunswick police officer who admitted to trying to send obscene material to a minor is expected to be sentenced today.
It’s a common sight.
A Portland Non-Profit that fights homelessness and addiction received a big check yesterday.
Three more Maine towns have taken steps to limit retail marijuana establishments.
In today’s Healthy Start, we sit down with Maine Coast Memorial Hospital Nutrition Services Supervisor, Amy Henderson.
A family of three is being helped out by the Red Cross after their mobile home was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon.
You may remember the story of the Christmas Miracle cat out of Old Town. He was found frozen in hay on the ground next to a manger scene.