Folks who enjoy camping in the winter will soon be able to sign up for camp sites in the Allagash.
The Allagash Wilderness Waterway will start taking registrations Saturday, December 14th.
The suspect in an Orono stabbing appeared in court Monday.
21-year-old Dorian Guerin was arraigned in Bangor via video conference on charges of attempted murder and aggravated assault.
He’s accused of stabbing 50-year-old Mark Patrick Dow at a home on Park Street in Orono Sunday afternoon.
Some lucky holiday shoppers in Ellsworth received a special holiday surprise Monday, courtesy of a secret Santa.
When Alisha Pickard got a call to come in to Reny’s in Ellsworth she had no idea what to expect.
It’s a holiday tradition that dates back more than two decades. The Festival of Trees at Good Will Hinckley is now in full swing. Local businesses and non-profits decorated each one of the trees as a theme…those themes range from autism awareness to Star Wars.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
It’s a question high school students in Guilford are now trying to answer.
Today, they got some help from area professionals, including our own Joy Hollowell and photographer Kenn Tompkins.
Fire destroyed a home in Knox today. It broke out just before 9:00 a.m. at a home on the Aborn Hill Road.
Dwight Montgomery, who lived in the home said he smelled smoke so he grabbed his cat, ran out and called the fire department.
Bangor police are urging people to lock the doors to their houses and leave a light on near their entry doors.
This is after a seven homes were broken into between Sunday night and Monday morning.
Math, English, Science, and Social Studies–all subjects kids learn in school.
During the last week, students in Orono have also been learning how to help out their community.
“We’ve got a food drive going to raise, get some canned goods together for families that are in poverty.” said Asa Adams Special Eduation Teacher Linda Manning. “We’re going to donate them to the Crossroads in Old Town which benefits also Orono, not just Old Town, so for families that are in need.”
Help understanding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is on the way for people in Bangor.
The Maine Bureau of Insurance will hold a session tomorrow at 5:30pm in the Lecture Hall at the Bangor Public Library on Harlow Street in Bangor.
28-year-old Jeff Ward died early Sunday morning.
Tempe Police say Ward was randomly shot by 18-year-old Daniel Taylor.
The Fire Marshal’s Office says a fire that destroyed a residence in Palmyra Monday morning was accidental.
Crews arrived around 2am to find flames showing through the roof of the home on Main Street.
A man from Wiscasset is in jail, in connection with a shooting in South Gardiner that sent his girlfriend to the hospital.
38-year-old Sean Kingston is charged with possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.
The Palmyra Town Office is making a move.
It’s relocating to the same building as the town’s community center on 4 Madawaska Road from its current location on Main Street.
The office is closed Monday as town employees set up shop, but it will reopen Tuesday morning at 8am.
A 21-year old Orono man is behind bars, charged with attempted murder in connection with a stabbing in Orono.
Dorian Guerin is also facing two elevated aggravated assault charges.
GARDINER, Maine (AP) — Police are looking for a man in connection with the weekend shooting of his girlfriend in Gardiner.
Chief James Toman says police received a call just after 6 p.m. Saturday that someone had been shot. The woman was conscious when Gardiner police and rescue personnel arrived. Toman tells the Kennebec Journal, that it’s still too early to say how the gunshot wound was inflicted.
TOPSHAM, Maine (AP) — Police say a pregnant woman has died in a head-on crash in Topsham that may have been caused by driver fatigue.
The victim was identified by police as 37-year-old Salima Nuh of Auburn.
FREEPORT, Maine (AP) — Maine water utilities are squaring off this week in a competition for which one has the best tasting water.
The Maine Rural Water Association is holding its 27th annual water taste test Thursday in Freeport.
BANGOR, Maine (AP) — Maine insurance regulators are continuing their tour of the state to educate residents about changes occurring under the federal health care overhaul.
The Maine Bureau of Insurance will hold a public informational session on the Affordable Care Act in the Lecture Hall at the Bangor Public Library on Tuesday.
Fire crews were called out to Main Street in Palmyra early Monday morning..
The initial report was for a vehicle and a home on fire.
When crews arrived a little before 2 am, the flames were already showing through the roof.
Police continue to investigate a car crash that happened Sunday night in Winterport.
Waldo County Sheriff’s office says that a 16-year-old from Frankport was driving south on Coles Corner Road when she lost control of her car.