A unique court in Central Maine now has a proven success rate for turning lives around.
A Hermon business will celebrate its fifth anniversary this weekend.
After less than a year working as a full time police officer, a Gouldsboro native was recently promoted to police chief.
The RSU 22 school board is voting tonight on a tentative contract agreement with the teacher’s union.
A Detroit man sentenced to a little more than seven years in prison for dealing drugs.
For the third time, GPS is being blamed for causing a tractor-trailer to crash into an Augusta bridge.
A Rockport woman was taken to the hospital yesterday, after she was hit by an 18-wheeler while in the crosswalk, according to police.
They are people you hope you never have to meet.
Winslow police are warning the Felony Lane Gang might have arrived in town.
Voters in Orland will decide whether or not to remove a landmark dam next month.
A car went into a ditch in Holden after police say the driver tried to avoid a vehicle heading in their direction.
Bangor police are looking for a woman who stole money from a cash register at Governor’s Restaurant on Broadway.
The director of the National Park Service was in Orono Monday night, discussing a proposal to create a new national park in the Katahdin region.
Regional School Unit 19’s budget for the next fiscal year dominated the discussion at board of director’s meeting Monday evening.
It was a busy day for National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis.
It’s double the congratulations to a couple who met at UMaine Presque Isle.
Lesson learned and stories told through music.
A Tennessee man involved in a crash that killed two people in Knox County in March made was in court in Rockland today.
Traffic is delayed on Route 201 near The Forks, after a truck carrying a wind tower rolled onto its side.