Authorities say one man is dead and one woman is injured after an accident with a Maine DOT plow Wednesday night in Newburgh.
Anthony Takacs was pronounced dead on the scene. State Police say it appears Takacs lost control while driving on the snowy road and struck a plow.
Police identified a woman who was struck and killed by a vehicle in Old Town Wednesday night.
Police say 54-year-old Tamela Glenn of Old Town was walking along Poplar Street when she was hit from behind by an SUV.
147 Court Street exemplifies blight in Bangor.
“It’s an unsafe situation. You have broken glass, boarded up windows,” said City Council Chair Ben Sprague.
Unsafe and unsightly.
“It’s also unfair to the surrounding property owners to have a house that looks like this in a residential neighborhood,” said Sprague.
If you need emergency medical service in Dixmont, their four-person rescue team has you covered.
“We are your first line of help,” says Alan Sowa, who serves as the Assistant EMS Chief. “It’s a neighbor helping neighbor kind of thing.”
A jury in Bangor says a convicted sex offender from Enfield is guilty of sexually abusing a young girl more than two decades ago.
71-year-old Dean Knights was charged with four counts of gross sexual misconduct.
Bangor police say they’ve recovered a lot of property and want to find the owners.
It started early this morning when police got a call from a home on Silver Road. The caller said she found fresh footprints in the snow near her car.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The state Department of Marine Resources is closing a small area at the mouth of the Penobscot River to the harvesting of crabs and lobsters for at least two years as a precautionary measure over concerns about possible mercury contamination.
LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — Prosecutors have dropped arson charges against one of the two boys charged with setting a fire that destroyed three apartments last spring in Maine’s second-largest city.
The Sun Journal, reported Tuesday that the decision to dismiss the charges came after a judge dismissed the boy’s confessions.
Maine’s Supreme Court has rejected a bid by a convicted double murderer to require more DNA tests he claims would show someone else was the killer.
Jeffrey Cookson wanted additional tests on clothes worn by another man who claimed responsibility for the killings, but later took that back.
While it’s just a typical day for these biologists, for many a trip to a black bear den is a once in a lifetime experience.
“So, today we have our field crew, our bear crew , going into a bear den , a study den and pilots have preliminary located the den and the female has a GPS color on, so, we do an aerial survey, and give a rough idea of where the den is, then the field crew will go in, and locate the den, and immobilize the female,” said Judy Camuso, the Director of Wildlife for the department.
Lawmakers in Augusta got their first look at a bill that could make life a lot easier for industrial wind developers to operate in Maine.
The Maine Department of Environmental Protection was in the cross hairs of Senate President Justin Alfond who told lawmakers that when it comes to permitting industrial wind projects, the DEP lacks transparency and consistency. Alfond claims that by holding multiple public hearings and disregarding certain “expert” public testimony, the DEP is making their own rules and ignoring state laws when it comes to permitting wind projects. But when pushed by Representative Larry Dunphy, an Embden Republican, Alfond stopped short of saying the DEP was breaking the law.
“I woke up at 10 minutes to seven with flames above my head in my bedroom.”
Phillip Burgin’s home on Ginn Road in Frankfort was destroyed in a blaze last Thursday.
The fire chief in Sangerville has resigned.
Town manager David Pearson confirms Charles Beane submitted his letter of resignation Friday.
Pearson says the letter came after Beane was asked about quote “certain things,” but he wouldn’t say what they were.
In recent years, some high school sports fans have thought kids went to high schools in different towns for strictly athletic purposes.
At the Eastern Maine Class D tournament Monday morning there was one player who went to a different high school than her middle school class mates.
We now know the name of the man accused of shooting a woman then killing himself in Jonesport.
The Washington County Sheriff’s department got a call around 9pm Saturday from a woman saying she’d been shot by Michael Robinson-Tarr, 26.
In the early 1900s, thousands of Native American children were taken from their tribes and shipped to boarding schools to “Americanize” them.
Years later, many Native Americans in Maine still distrusted our education system.
A former Winslow woman has been indicted on charges of bilking two local sports organizations.
41 year old Wendi Willette had pleaded not guilty in November to charges of stealing more than $10,000 from the Winslow Wrestling Booster Club over three years while she served as treasurer.
An Orono man hurt his back after falling about 20 feet while ice climbing in Acadia National Park Saturday.
According to Ranger Richard Rechholtz, the 33-year-old-man was lead climbing to set ice screws on the east side of Champlain Mountain around noon.
A Prentiss Plantation man is facing more charges of sexually abusing children.
49-year-old Timothy Hayes was indicted Friday on 14 more counts. Charges include gross sexual assault on a person younger than 12, violation of conditions of release, violation of the Sex Offender Registry Act, as well as multiple charges of prohibited contact with a minor. Authorities say some of those occurred in a safe zone.
We are learning more about a shooting that happened Saturday evening in Jonesport.
State Police say a man shot and killed himself after shooting and injuring a woman.
Police will not say who was involved or where exactly the shooting happened.