Because of the extent of damage, the Fire Marshal’s Office has been unable to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed a landmark restaurant in Machias Friday morning.
Authorities say an inmate escaped from a minimum security facility in Belfast last night.
According to the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office, 23 year old Tyler Malmstrom left the Maine Coastal Regional Re-entry Center just before 9 pm.
WARREN, Maine (AP) — Maine prisons officials say the death of an inmate this week is not considered suspicious.
Authorities say 68-year-old Paul Henry Gray was being treated for a long-term medical condition when he died Wednesday at a Portland hospital. The exact nature of the condition was not disclosed.
Fire destroyed a landmark restaurant in Machias Friday morning.
The first call to Helen’s Restaurant on Main Street came in around 1:45 AM.
According to their facebook page, no one was inside at the time.
To most, the Bangor Police Department is very *like*able, but now it seems people all around the world want to be *friends* with our local police force all because of Facebook.
A former Bangor police chief who spent years fighting crime has lost his biggest battle.
Don Winslow died Thursday morning of cancer. He was 57-years old.
Winslow was certainly known known for his time on the police force, but in the last few years he became known for the way he handled a deadly disease with humor and grace.
The Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office needs your help identifying two persons of interest related to a theft in Hermon.
They say a money donation box for the Hermon Food Pantry was stolen on June 30th from C and K Variety on Billings Road.
Authorities say they’ve found another meth lab in Maine, this one in Aroostook County.
Officials say undercover drug agents made purchases from a home on Clark Road in Merrill.
Living in a wooded area, crossing paths with a wild animal would be pretty typical. It’s one of the things Maynard Lane loves most about his home.
Even he couldn’t predict what happened last fall.
A man accused of robbing a bank in Hallowell last month was in federal court in Bangor Thursday.
66-year-old John Cecil Slater of Augusta went before Judge John Nevison, where he waived his right to a detention hearing.
Greater Bangor is getting a brand new center for special education.
Crews have been busy rehabbing the old Chamber of Commerce building on Maine Avenue for the Southern Penobscot Regional Program for Children with Exceptionalities.
Somerset County Sheriffs Deputies arrested two men they say were trying to steal copper from a Canaan home this morning.
Hunter Prew, 18, of newport and Ryan Gaudet, 19, of Hartland are charged with burglary and criminal mischief.
Police are investigating the theft of prescription medications from a Skowhegan homeless shelter.
The town’s police chief says the drugs went missing from the Trinity Church Homeless Shelter sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning.
A State Police trooper responding to a car-moose crash ended up colliding with a moose himself late Tuesday night.
Trooper Dennis Quint was on Route one in Cyr Plantation, heading north on a call about a car crash involving a moose in the area.
A rollover accident ended a high speed chase in Ripley, Tuesday afternoon.
Deputies say 26-year-old Michael Thompson of Corinna crashed a stolen pickup truck along Route 154, after driving over spike mats.
When it comes to the Bangor School budget, not everyone is happy with the way it’s decided.
City Councilor Pauline Civiello is pushing for more control by proposing a line-item budget format.
It’s been a rough few days for Washington County in the wake of Tropical Storm Arthur.
Three days after the storm hit, some people are still in the dark.
Police are looking to interview two people who may have information about a weekend shooting in Biddeford that left two people dead.
Police say 44-year-old Lance Palmer of Auburn and 28-year-old Christopher Dube of Dover, New Hampshire may have been in Biddeford Sunday.
A former Norridgewock man, who worked as a special education teacher, pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexual exploitation of a minor and child pornography charges.
27-year-old Patrik Arsenault changed his plea in federal court in Bangor.
State police say this year’s first fatal collision involving a moose happened this morning on Interstate 95 in Howland.
Troopers say it was just after 1 am when 60 year old Sidney Oakes of Brewer struck a moose with his minivan. Oakes was pronounced dead at the scene.