“Putting focus on Maine’s ability to produce amazing food is just a wonderful thing.”
Early Saturday morning, people were lined up outside the cross Insurance Center to get in to the Maine Harvest Festival.
This is 13 year old Noah Carver, the youngest radio DJ at U-Maine Machias.
Internity has purchased a new property on School Street that will be converted into a Resource and Wellness Center.
Here’s a way to get your holiday shopping done early.
Fairpoint Communications is laying off 3% of its employees in Maine, according to the company’s spokeswoman.
A Fairfield man accused of killing his wife and burying her in the backyard of their home pleaded not guilty today.
The Anah Shriners in Bangor are lighting up their new space for the season.
The fire that destroyed a house in Palermo on November 2 was intentionally set, according to the State Fire Marshal’s Office.
Bangor fire crews quickly put out a fire at a laundromat last night, but the business sustained a lot of damage.
A man from Union is accused of assaulting his girlfriend’s 18-month-old daughter and breaking the child’s arm.
A judge will decide whether a 17-year-old from Winthrop accused of murdering his parents, should be tried as an adult or a juvenile.
A former Bangor city councilor and state lawmaker has passed away.
Fire crews say a mobile home in Enfield would have been destroyed if not for mutual aid.
An Augusta man is accused of threatening U.S.
Parents of students on Mt.
A woman from Rockland is going to prison for two-and-a-half years for selling drugs and making counterfeit cash.
The roads have re-opened, but some of the parking area on the Bangor waterfront remains closed as crews work to repair a sinkhole.
According to investigators, the fire that damaged a Liberty store started in the bathroom.
Fire officials say an overheated lamp cord is to blame for a blaze last weekend in Hartland.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A judge will decide whether a 17-year-old Maine boy should be tried as an adult or a juvenile on charges that he killed his parents.