Belfast Police are warning of an apparent security breach at a local credit union.
Doctors, therapists and other health professionals gathered in Bangor Saturday.
The recent climb in temperatures across northern New England prompting new concerns about the possibility of flooding.
Winter weather didn’t exactly grace the final day of the Katahdin Area WinterFest.
One man is in custody after a standoff in Fort Kent Friday evening.
Some local college students are taking a stand against sexual assault…and are staying out all night to make their point.
The Governor’s supplemental budget cleared a key committee hurdle Friday.
The Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter in Waterville held an open house today.
In Waterville, a parking committee has formed to address downtown parking issues.
Chris Mullen has been fishing salmon in Alaska for 30 years.
Not guilty is the plea from the woman accused of manslaughter in connection with the death of her seven-week-old baby in Troy.
Local protestors continue to press members of congress to hold public town hall meetings.
The New York Times, CNN and Politico were among several news organizations barred from a White House press briefing Friday.
Tournament week at Cross Center in Bangor is winding down.
An investigation into a reported armed robbery at the Thirsty Dawg in Houlton has found it wasn’t in fact a robbery.
Artwork from a seventh grader at Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro could appear on the Google homepage for a day if she wins the annual Doodle 4 Google competition.
A registered sex offender from Searsmont who was sentenced to a year in prison has been charged again while on probation.
A Troy woman charged with manslaughter for the death of her infant son is due in court for arraignment.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Lawmakers are set to vote on a statewide budget request that could expand access to drug treatment.