Two people died, following an accident in Dover Foxcroft Thursday morning.
It happened along Route 15, just below Charleston Hill.
Responders say a vehicle lost control and collided with a pickup.
State Police say the deaths of a Gouldsboro husband and wife appear to be a murder suicide.
The bodies of 75-year-old Virginia Hutchins and 65-year-old Raymond Hutchins were found in their Grand Marsh Bay home Thursday morning by a relative, who went to check on them.
There is a first time for everything.
“We’re doing Thanksgiving at Devan’s,” explains Michael Richard. “This is Devan’s. So it’s huge that we’re going to come and they’re going to share their home, their meal with us.”
Wednesday night’s storm dumped about a foot of snow on Bangor— but the airport was bustling Thursday.
All flights going in and out of Bangor International Airport remained on time.
Folks in downtown Bangor enjoyed a hot turkey dinner with all the fixins thanks to Manna Ministries and a group of young ladies from UMaine.
You might not recognize them when they’re out of uniform.
A car flipped onto its side near the Bangor Mall, trapping the driver inside early Thanksgiving day morning.
Officers were called to Bangor Mall Boulevard around 12:45 a.m..
They tell us the driver had just left a restaurant and missed a turn.
Governor LePage issued a limited emergency proclamation Wednesday night that allows utility crews to drive additional hours to repair lines and restore power.
In a written statement, the Governor said the wet, heavy snow and high winds knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses.
The day where 46 million Americans are making that pilgrimage for turkey and stuffing– snow eclipses travel from the mid-Atlantic to Maine.
“It’s been alright, it got bad around Portland and then it let up and it’s been intermittent it’s actually gotten worst as we got here,” says Lawrence Mogardo who’s traveling from Massachusetts to Milo with his family.
With a Thanksgiving storm heading up the coast, Bangor International Airport is preparing to keep its runway clear of snow.
Several trans-Atlantic flights have been diverted to BGR because of closures and delays at East coast hub airports.
BUCKSPORT, Maine (AP) — The closure of a Bucksport paper mill that is expected to put more than 500 people out of work is being pushed back from Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, keeping employees on payroll for another month.
Winter storm heading up the coast. Emera Maine is preparing for possible outages across the state.
Emera’s storm team met this morning to coordinate restoration efforts. The power company will have crews on standby and is prepared to work with Central Maine Power in case they need backup.
State Police say a Corinna man and a teenager took 11 guns from a home in Salem Township, near Kingfield.
David Ireland, 53, and the 17-year-old are charged with burglary and theft.
Police are looking for the man who broke into a home in Skowhegan.
The homeowner says he came downstairs to go to work just after 4:30 Wednesday morning and found a man standing in his living room.
About two dozen demonstrators gathered in Bangor Tuesday, in response to the events in Ferguson, Missouri.
They met in front of the police station on Main Street.
They’re upset that a grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown – an unarmed black teen.
Police in Old Town say a man, acting erratically, tried to break into a home.
30-year-old Derrick Beal was taken into custody, Tuesday afternoon.
Witnesses reported seeing a man – possibly on bath salts – that was naked, out of control, and throwing things at passing cars along Bennoch Road.
A Bangor High School math teacher is charged with unlawful sexual contact.
Bangor Police say charges were filed against 48-year-old James McHenry late last month.
McHenry is accused of touching the genitals of a minor.
The Turrets, designed by architect Bruce Price, famous for Quebec’s Chateau Frontenac, has been made new again.
The $3.7 million top-to-bottom rehab has earned a Maine Preservation award.
“The exterior was in really critical shape. We had slate shingles that were actually falling from the building,” said Millard Dority, director of the College of the Atlantic’s buildings and grounds, who supervised the renovation project.
A Bangor man has been formally charged with possession of sexually explicit materials and unlawful sexual touching.
42-year-old Roger Severance was arrested in August after Bangor Police say they received a tip from the Maine Computer Crimes Task Force.
A Bangor priest accused of sex crimes involving children was indicted by a Penobscot County grand jury Wednesday.
52-year-old Adam Metropoulos is charged with four counts of sexual abuse of a minor, possession of sexually explicit materials and violation of privacy.