Governor LePage is throwing his support behind a program aimed at helping Maine veterans find employment.
The LePage administration has announced a new rule that will restrict those receiving food stamps.
A former DJ from Brewer and ex-Maine sports hall of famer, convicted of possessing child pornography, is appealing his sentence.
A group of cyclists is remembering police officers lost in the line of duty with a trek across New England.
A woman was sent to the hospital after her car was hit by a train in Winterport.
A head-on collision in Bar Harbor Tuesday afternoon claimed the life of a North Carolina man.
We’re learning today that General Electric may move 500 American jobs overseas–including jobs here in Maine.
A Marine from Bucksport is in serious, but stable condition after an accident at Camp Pendelton in California.
A Bangor man who admitted to killing his ex-girlfriend has been ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation.
A man accused of going on a shooting spree across Northern Maine in July pleaded not guilty Monday to all charges against him.
Geaghan’s restaurant opened in 1975 serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
In May, the Maine Education and Cultural Affairs Committee voted to end the state contract with standardized test developer “Smarter Balanced” after one year of testing in Maine Schools.
State police continue to investigate the suspicious death of a 75-year-old man in Eastport.
State Police responded to a crash in Lebanon last night – the 27th fatal motorcycle accident this year in the state.
The once-great director M.
Bud Steeves was a fixture in the town of Liberty for decades.
Firefighters from all over the state went head-to-head in a friendly competition Sunday.
Fire tore through a house in Canaan early Sunday morning.
The band is not a permanent fixture in downtown Bangor, but the piano is…at least for the next few weeks.
The Bangor Waterfront packed with cars.