A Maine pizza company is working to help local addiction programs for men and women.
Out with the old and in with the new – folks are gearing up for a new set of wheels at The Great Maine Bike Swap.
A broad community is coming together to help neighbors in need.
Local tribe leaders will be meeting with Skowhegan school board members tomorrow in the continued effort to get the school to drop it’s nickname.
What is said to be the largest and heaviest airplane in the world made a stop at Bangor International Airport today.
Early Saturday morning Augusta Police say there was a robbery at the Cumberland Farms on Mt.
State Police are looking for information about who might have cut a large notch in a telephone pole in St.
Bangor International Airport is getting some federal help in the form of a grant.
“It’s always busy in the maternity unit at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital.
“America’s Crown Jewel”- that’s how those of the Moosehead Lake Region and hopefully beyond will now refer to the area.
One of America’s most famous snacks–the Twinkie–turns 85 this month, but in Blue Hill a single Twinkie is pushing 40.
The trial of a Trenton man accused of murdering a man and stealing his identity entered its third day in Ellsworth.
Police in Bangor say footage from a security camera helped them identify and arrest two men involved in a strong-arm robbery.
According to an Associated Press investigation, Maine’s Veterans Affairs facilities are keeping wait times below the national average.
Drug enforcement agents say they’ve found another meth lab, this one in the northern Maine town of Linneus.
For the first time in its 49 year history, the Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race has been rescheduled.
Maine DOT advises that crews will be working in Bangor on Interstate 95 during the overnight hours on the Union Street Bridge project.
Complimentary haircuts will be offered to all police officers, fire fighters and EMTS next Tuesday, courtesy of Empire Beauty School.
Raising the minimum wage was the topic at a town hall-style meeting in Bangor Thursday night.
The lead investigator was called to the stand today in day two of the trial of a Trenton man accused of murdering a man he worked for and stealing his identity.