A jury is deliberating the fate of a former Oakland woman accused of sexually abusing her two children, aided by her boyfriend.
A jury adjourned Wednesday night and will continue Friday morning, in regards to the fate of a former Oakland woman accused of sexually abusing her two children, aided by her boyfriend.
Last summer, Maine’s forest economy was evaluated by the federal Economic Development Assessment team, otherwise known as EDAT.
Down East Community Hospital in Machias is expanding its emergency department.
Tonight in Readfield, parents plan to speak with the school board about mold at Manchester Elementary School.
A rally will take place in Augusta Saturday to coincide with the Women’s March in the nation’s capital.
Drive slowly and watch for deer…that’s the warning from State Police.
Police are investigating a fatal crash that happened around noon yesterday in Vinalhaven.
If you live or work in Belfast, you might hear the sound of a warning siren today as they conduct their regular monthly test.
A Sidney man was killed after his snowmobile crashed overnight Wednesday.
A Blue Hill man was arrested and is facing multiple charges after an armed robbery Tuesday morning in Brewer.
A statewide drug abuse prevention program is at risk of shutting down.
Police say a man is recovering in the hospital after crashing into a house in Orrington.
Families of missing and murdered Mainers were at the state house Tuesday–asking for changes to way the state investigates unsolved cases.
A Troy woman charged with murdering her infant son made her first court appearance today.
An emergency measure is expected to be voted on soon to extend the moratorium on marijuana sales from nine months to twelve.
Conservation leaders met at the state house Tuesday to unveil their environmental priorities for this legislative session.
The State Fire Marshal’s Office thinks electrical issues are to blame for a fire that killed five animals in Burnham.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — GOP Gov.
Governor LePage had some harsh words Tuesday morning for Democratic Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis of Georgia.