Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to die by lethal injection for the 2013 terror attack.
Here’s our interview with Roger Hawkins Jr., a driver who’s been stuck in traffic from the I-95 pileup for nearly 3 hours.
Flames tore through a well-known gift shop in Baring, near Calais, Monday evening.
Maine State Police say they have located Keith Coleman, the man wanted in connection with the deaths of a woman and two young children in Garland.
According to Verso Spokesperson Bill Cohen, Verso has signed a purchasing agreement with scrap-metal company, AIM Development (USA) LLC.
A hostage situation in downtown Camden ended around 3:00 Tuesday morning.
Firefighters from seven towns were called to the Portside Grill in downtown Bar Harbor Tuesday.
BREAKING : Bangor Fire Department has called an All Hands, and are now evacuating multiple homes on Fern Street between State and Garland, for a “severe” natural gas leak.
Flames tore through a family’s home in Carmel, Friday afternoon.
Two more have been arrested in the robbery at the Shaw’s supermarket in the Ellsworth shopping center last Monday.
Debra Barton, 58, was found dead in her Main Street home in Readfield, Wednesday afternoon.
According to multiple sources, UTC Fire and Security, a plant that manufactures fire detection devices, is closing its plant in Pittsfield and more than 300 jobs will be shipped overseas to China and to the southern United States.
For the third time in less than a month, a Somerset County bank has been robbed.
Police in Bangor are releasing new information about a car accident that left one pedestrian dead Saturday night.
Wednesday, Governor LePage proclaimed a civil emergency in Maine, allowing him to suspend certain laws and regulations to help manage the impact of the federal shutdown.
Wednesday, Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew briefed lawmakers in Augusta on the financial crisis at the Riverview Psychiatric Center.
Today in Augusta, Maine’s Finance Commissioner, Sawin Millett briefed lawmakers on the issues facing the state if the government shutdown is not resolved soon.
A few years ago, the state managed, federally funded career center in Waterville closed, leaving a major void in the community.