Wayfair has begun hiring for its new Bangor call center, set to open in mid-July.
A man from Blaine who admitted to having pornographic pictures of infants is going to prison for 15 years.
Investigators say the fire that forced five people out of their homes in an assisted living facility in Waterville was intentionally set.
A Mars Hill man and a state trooper were injured, after police say that man refused arrest early Sunday morning.
Parents and students in Corinna came out in a big way to support elementary school teachers today.
Since Maine Maple Sunday landed on Easter this year, a farm in Swanville decided they would celebrate today with the grand opening of their own farmstore.
Fire officials said a fire in an assisted-living facility Sunday displaced five residents.
Crews rescued three teenagers from the Androscoggin River between Lisbon Falls and Durham Saturday evening.
Maine drug agents have charged two people with trafficking heroin into our state–in two separate cases.
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Longfellow Street in Westbrook was closed for most of Saturday after what police say was an officer-involved shooting that sent one man to the hospital.
A power outage left more than 360 customers in Downtown Bangor–including many businesses–without power Saturday morning.
Business owners tell us they lost power around 10:30 AM.
Hundreds turned out at a public hearing today in Augusta to share their thoughts on a shift in MaineCare’s mental health services.
Governor LePage refused today to swear-in recently elected state Senator, Susan Deschambault.
26 people can now call themselves Americans.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — An attorney for an Augusta man convicted of killing his girlfriend is seeking a new trial.
A Bucksport man was seriously injured yesterday after his vehicle was struck by a propane truck in Stockton Springs.
A traffic stop in Augusta turned into a drug trafficking bust.
Both the House and Senate gave preliminary approval of a bill that would let the drug naloxone be sold over the counter.
18 years, that’s how long an Abbot man was ordered to spend behind bars for killing his father in Parkman last year.