TV-5 Anchor / Reporter Terry Stackhouse and TV-5 Meteorologist Jessica Conley shared a fun evening with trick-or-treaters in Bangor.
The Secretary of State with a reminder for people who have voted absentee.
He says ballots can’t be withdrawn once they’ve been returned to town and city clerks.
He also says a voter’s decision to change his or her mind is not good cause to declare a vote invalid.
A lawn care crew from Somesville figured goofing around on Halloween might not sit well with all customers, so they decided to turn it into a charity event.
“Donate what we could. The guys are donating their time and 100% of the proceeds go to the Molly Fund,” says Jensen Rich, of Clean Cut Lawns, dressed as Captain America.
Some creative carving was on display at St. Joseph Hospital in Bangor Friday.
Every year, employees team up with others in their departments to take part in a pumpkin and costume contest.
A North Anson man has been formally charged with manslaughter in a Embden crash that killed his passenger and another woman.
According to court documents, deputies say in February 25-year-old Mark Schobel passed a vehicle in front of him on Route 16 and collided head-on with another vehicle.
Ellen Choate of Philadelphia was 23-years-old when she went missing in 1975 while moving to the Newport area.
In July of 1977, police found her body in a shallow grave off what is now called County Woods Road.
It’s all treats – no tricks – for a couple from Levant this Halloween.
They’re celebrating the birth of their twins.
Madison and Mason were born at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor Friday.
A judge has rejected the state’s attempt to limit her movements as a medical worker who has treated Ebola patients
Judge Charles LaVerdiere says Hickox must continue daily monitoring and coordinate travel with state officials so monitoring can continue.
Election day is now only 5 away and most polls show the two front-runners in the race in a dead heat.
Democratic candidate Mike Michaud began his day at a rally in Portland, trying to motivate women to get to the polls Tuesday. Michaud’s message since day one has been clear.
Bangor’s Fire Chief will continue to get paid and stay on non-disciplinary administrative leave until his contract is up in December, this according to the city manager.
Chief Scott Lucas has been on leave since September 13th.
Police in Waterville are looking for two people involved in a series of smash and grab vehicle burglaries last week.
The crimes happened in the parking lot at the Alfond Youth Center on North Street.
Testimony has wrapped up for the week in the Leanna Norris murder trail.
She pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the killing of her young daughter.
On the stand her mother says Leanna Norris had given 2-year-old Loh Grenda Benadryl before, and was aware of its effect.
The Brewer Police Department says to stop substance abuse problems there needs to be more than just enforcement.
There also needs to be more treatment programs in the area, and more education to help people make good choices.
Maine State Police confirm investigators are searching in Newport, looking for additional clues to a cold case homicide.
According to the state police website, Ellen Choate went missing en route from Philadelphia to Bangor, in June of 1975.
A judge has rejected a bid by state health officials to restrict the movement of a nurse in Fort Kent.
Kaci Hickox defied a quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.
A traffic stop in Bangor resulted in three arrests and the seizure of a large amount of cocaine and heroin.
Bangor police say they found 34-year-old Timothy Thorpe of Dedham carrying a small amount of crack cocaine when the stopped him near Hogan Road.
A grant for $435,000 is on the way to Hancock and Washington counties to help homeless veterans.
The Veterans Administration is giving the money to the Washington Hancock Community Agency
The agency will use it to prevent at-risk veterans and their families from losing their homes, as well as those who currently don’t have a place to live.
In our profile of the candidates for governor, we asked all of them: “Do you support the construction of an East – West highway in Maine? Why? Or why not?”
All this month, we’re profiling the three candidates running for governor – Independent Eliot Cutler, Republican Paul LePage and Democrat Mike Michaud.
We asked them the same series of questions.
FORT KENT, Maine (AP) – Maine health officials have asked a court to limit the movements of nurse Kaci Hickox, who defied a voluntary quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.