Governor LePage unexpectedly popped in on an appropriations committee meeting today.
State Police have released more information about last night’s triple murder suicide in Oakland.
The former treasurer of a Winslow sports club is going to jail for six months for stealing nearly $27,000 from the club.
Several people were injured after a chain-reaction crash involving a moose in Howland.
4 people are dead after a shooting in Oakland Wednesday night.
It’s a true story few have heard.
Folks in Machias are hopeful their airspace will soon be used more frequently.
The former president of United Mid-Coast Charities in Camden is now in prison for stealing millions of dollars.
Investigators are trying to determine what caused a fire in Holden that destroyed a tractor.
A man from Pittston is in jail, accused of robbing the Camden National Bank in Randolph Saturday.
A Carthage man wanted for assaulting his girlfriend is now in the Franklin County jail, charged with attempted murder.
2015 STATE ELECTION
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Linda Koski was shocked when these anti-wind signs were moved on her Greenville property, and the same signs removed from another home she owns.
State police were back in East Millinocket today, continuing to look for details in a 35 year old murder case.
Seven people are facing drug charges after a bust in Augusta.
The Kennebec County Interim Sheriff says his department’s first-time use of a heroin overdose medication may have saved a man from Mount Vernon from dying.
A suspected burglar was taken to a hospital by helicopter Monday after leading police on a high speed chase through Somerset County and crashing his car.
No Shave November is back…men ditching their razors to raise awareness about men’s health issues.
Police are looking for a Skowhegan man who, investigators say, set fire to his apartment last week.
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Served from June 1978 to March 2005.