“Repair a car, we need to get that second car back on the road. Repairs to the house, upgrades.”
These are the things Mike Bergerson will no longer be doing with his tax return. The Social Security Administration Offset this year’s refund nearly two thousand dollars.
Firefighters were dispatched to a late night fire on Corinna Center Road in Corinna.
Corinna’s fire chief tells us that the homeowner had a chimney fire earlier in the night but felt it had gone out, and did not request help.
Waterville Police say they have arrested 28-year-old David Alvarez for robbing the Bangor Savings Bank on Main Street in Waterville at 9:00 am Friday morning.
David Alvarez is currently on probation for gun theft. Waterville Patrol Officer Damon Lefferets recognized Alvarez from surveillance footage as a man involved in a minor traffic accident earlier Friday morning near the bank.
Fire crews were called to Corinna Thursday night.
A house caught fire on Corinna Center Road.
Authorities tell us the call came in around 11:30 p.m.
Fire fighters from Corinna as well as Dexter and Newport responded.
A car accident in Embden claimed one woman’s life, Thursday evening.
Deputies from the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office were called to the crash along New Portland Road, just after 4:30 pm.
A reality tv star landed in Rockport Thursday.
He came all the way from taping off the coast of Alaska to talk to fishermen from all over Maine.
“It’s pretty nice to be on dry land right now, I’ll tell you that right now.”
The modernization project at Eastern Maine Medical Center reached a milestone Thursday.
The first pieces of steel were placed this afternoon at the site of the new building on campus.
Two new high end hotels are in the works in the Rockland.
Over the decades Rockland has gone from being a pass-through fishing town to a tourist destination, but does the market exist for two new properties?
A new jewelry line has customers lining up at a downtown Bangor business.
As Joy Hollowell tells us, it’s the material these designers are using that’s creating such demand.
“It’s important to make this motion to deny the appeal of Mr. Young and to accept the decision of the town manager to terminate Mr. Young’s employment.”
“I don’t think that anything in this termination Letter holds up to what we’ve seen today.”
Imagine you’re at the supermarket, you swipe your debit card, entire your pin, get a receipt, and walk out…your hands full of groceries.
From the swipe to the bank, account information goes through multiple steps, and at each point, information could be vulnerable to an attack.
A Corinth woman has avoided jail time for stealing pills in the mail intended by veterans.
48-year-old Michelle Trask was sentenced to five years probation and was fined $8,000.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A bill that will prevent $40 million in cuts to revenue sharing funds for municipalities next year has passed into law after Gov. Paul LePage took no action on it.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The head of Maine’s ethics commission says Democratic House Speaker Mark Eves’ support of a bill to expand Medicaid coverage under the federal health care law is not a conflict of interest.
An unoccupied home in Clifton was destroyed by fire early Wednesday morning.
Crews were called to Scotts Point Road around 1 a.m.
When they arrived, flames were shooting out of the left side of the house.
We use our debit and credit cards everyday without a second thought or hesitation, but could that comfort of swiping plastic be at risk?
Should you be asking, who’s in your wallet?
A man from Tenants harbor was sentenced to 45 years in prison Tuesday for the shooting death of a Cushing man.
Last November, jurors convicted 41-year-old Andrew Kierstead of shooting and killing 48-year-old Richard Mills.
A Cherryfield man was taken into custody Monday night, after state police say he led them on a high speed chase then ran off into the woods.
27-year old Alonzo Harvey is charged with driving to endanger as well as possession of marijuana, among other offenses.
A plan to dredge the harbor in Searsport has been in the works for 10 years now, but some locals and environmentalists don’t think it’s a good idea.
the last time the Searsport Harbor was dredged was 1964. The Maine department of Transportation says it’s time to do it again.