The Taxation Committee has given the green light to Governor LePage’s proposed bill that would eliminate estate inheritance taxes.
FARMINGTON, Maine (AP) — Police say a Maine man forged a 90-year-old relative’s signature on several documents and used them to steal more than $76,000 from her bank account.
The University of Maine System has received a $500,000 grant to put toward its effort to bring all of the school’s graduate programs under one roof.
MACHIAS, Maine (AP) — Maine fishing regulators say three key scallop fishing grounds will reopen due to a new approach to monitoring the valuable shellfish.
Augusta police have arrested a man accused of trying to rob a convenience store last weekend.
An Enfield couple is accused of selling Oxycodone pills out of their home.
A Waldoboro man has been arrested on child sexual abuse charges dating back 10 years.
An acton man is accused of plowing into a neighbor’s car on purpose…
The Bar Harbor Cruise Ship Committee met Thursday to discuss the impact of cruise ships on local merchants.
This weekend the Cross Insurance Center will open its doors to Professional Bull Riding.
A Montville man is accused of striking a man with what appeared to be a small club.
The case of a Bangor man accused of severely injuring his pregnant girlfriend in 2014, leaving her with significant head injuries, went before a judge Thursday.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) The ability of Maine voters to decide in November whether to legalize marijuana comes down to the disputed signature of one man, a notary.
Ten families of murder victims and unsolved missing person cases appeared before a legislative committee Wednesday hoping for a change in the law.
MADISON, Maine (AP) — The U.S.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Lawmakers are split on a bill that would prevent landlords who accept federal Section 8 rent subsidies from banning guns in their apartments.
A Holden man faces assault charges after an altercation at an apartment building Wednesday night.
A Howland woman involved in a fatal accident in Enfield has been charged for her role in the crash.
Chief Justice Leigh Saufley spoke before a joint session of the Maine legislature today.
A civil trial began Wednesday in the case of a Winslow man who claims police used excessive force against him.