A Levant man was killed in an early morning crash on I-95 in Pittsfield.
A 20-year-old woman was hurt during a home invasion Friday afternoon in Jefferson, according to our media partners at WMTW.
We’re following several crashes in our area Friday evening as the holiday weekend gets underway.
The 4th of July weekend is underway–and officials are predicting a record-breaking weekend on the roads.
A Brewer man accused of dragging his dog behind his truck went before a judge Friday.
All the things that may be fun for humans this 4th of July are not as enjoyable for your furry friend.
A year ago at this time the town of Parkman, and surrounding communities, were caught up in the largest and longest manhunt in state history….
An Exeter man will spend three and a half years in prison for his role in the 2012 robbery of a Guilford pharmacy and for making false statements to obtain social security benefits.
On this busy travel day, there was a motorcycle and car crash in Bucksport.
Maine House Speaker Mark Eves has appealed a federal judge’s dismissal of his lawsuit against Governor LePage.
A man from Connecticut is going to prison for 25 years for his role in a crack cocaine ring in the Bangor area.
A Bangor man has been arrested after fleeing from officers early Friday morning.
A Bangor woman is facing charges after she allegedly dropped some drugs in the Hollywood Casino parking lot.
Thanks to a donation from a Massachusetts insurance executive, flags are once again flying in Randolph today.
Authorities have identified the woman who apparently drowned after going overboard from a 15-foot powerboat in the Kennebec River in Norridgewock.
A wildfire near Millinocket destroyed a camp and shed.
Game wardens confirm an adult female has drowned in the Kennebec River near Oosoola Park in Norridgewock after what they call a boating incident.
A Skowhegan stitching shop is proud to be selling their first batches of American flags for the Fourth of July.
A man from Holden is accused of sexually assaulting two young girls while visiting their family.
A Gardiner man accused of killing his father has been given another six months to continue taking medication to determine if he’d be fit to stand trial.