Lincoln police are asking for the public’s help in finding a vehIcle and the driver, that hit a man Saturday night.
We were off the air due to technical issues with the signal connection this morning.
Fire destroyed a mobile home in Milo Sunday night.
It’s the first weekend that the Penobscot Snowmobile Club is open.
A fifteen year old boy was taken to the hospital after police say his arm was pinned under the wheel of a log truck.
Temperatures are dropping, which means it’s time to bring our furry friends inside.
It’s that time of year…where anglers take to the lakes and ponds for some ice fishing.
Martin Luther King Day was Monday but students at UMaine and other volunteers are still honoring the civil rights leader with their own service project.
There are all sorts of days celebrating all sorts of silly things and Saturday happens to be Pie Day.
A young woman in Veazie is making life easier for people in her community with sweet treats.
A woman was injured early Saturday morning when she hit and killed a horse while driving on Rte. 1 in Littleton.
93-year-old Joseph Hoerth says you always have to keep a sense of humor.
Part of Maine’s coast will soon be closed to scallop harvesting.
State Police have charged a Fairfield mother with murder in connection with the death of her newborn infant.
Bus 1046 will soon be added to the Community Connector fleet–but it won’t be its first time carrying passengers.
It looks like our area will be largely spared by the blizzard moving up the East Coast, but the effects are still being felt by travelers in Maine.
Officials say a house fire Thursday in Machiasport started in a chimney.
A Bangor woman and a New York City man are scheduled to appear in court Friday for drug charges.
The RSU 50 school board rejected a proposal Thursday night to close Katahdin Middle and High School in Stacyville.
More than a thousand people gathered in Bangor Thursday night to honor business and community leaders.