A man from Harrington accused of selling heroin to a man who died of an overdose has been indicted for manslaughter.
An Ellsworth woman accused of stealing thousands of dollars while on the job has been formally charged.
Maine Attorney General Janet Mills says she’s concerned the wording of the bill behind Question one on the November ballot would make it legal for children to possess marijuana if approved by voters.
Despite some predictions due to the dry conditions, fall foliage turned out to be a colorful sight this season.
College students and community members gathered at UMaine Thursday to hear former first daughter Chelsea Clinton speak.
The case against the former principal of Waterville High School who was accused of asking a student for sex has been dropped – after he agreed to permanently give up his teaching credentials.
Two people are facing charges after a traffic stop last week in Kenduskeag.
National Coming Out Day is extended on the UMaine campus this entire week.
Two brothers from Waterville are charged with arson accused of setting a car on fire in June.
Youth in Waldo County now have a new way to get to a popular after-school program.
Governor LePage called an impromptu news conference today in Augusta.
The man accused of robbing a hotel in Bangor early Tuesday before being confronted by a front desk agent appeared in court today.
Local senior citizens gathered in Bangor Wednesday to voice their support for the ballot initiative to raise the minimum wage.
More than 200 employees will be displaced when the Verizon Call Center leaves Bangor in the spring.
The Department of Homeland Security has denied Maine’s extension for compliance with the REAL ID Act, according to the Maine Secretary of State’s Office.
Police say a man was assaulted behind a church in Bangor this weekend.
Bangor police are offering a reward for information that helps them with their investigation of the break of a pawn shop on Center Street where firearms were stolen.
Chelsea Clinton will be in Orono Thursday morning, campaigning for her mother, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Brewer is taking steps to prepare for the possibility that recreational marijuana will be legalized in our state.
School officials in RSU 19 are hoping the third time is the charm when it comes to getting a budget passed.