Families of the youngest victims of crime here in Maine got together Sunday in Augusta to remember and to take action.
Two men have been arrested in connection to a robbery in Augusta last night.
A South China man is facing an arson charge after investigators say he set his home on fire last week.
More than two-hundred and fifty people took the the streets in Brewer Saturday for a good cause.
The Challenger Learning Center of Maine teamed up with E-Waste Recycling Solutions again on Saturday to clean up people’s unwanted electronics.
“PT and fitness was a big part of his life and that’s how we like to remember him,” says Mitra Haimes, a Midshipman with the U-Maine NROTC Unit.
It took the jury about an hour and a half to reach a guilty verdict for a Trenton man on trial for murder.
Fire crews from several communities fought flames at an apartment building in Brewer Friday night.
Students and teachers at a school in Milo are going bald to support one of their own who’s fighting cancer.
A jury in Ellsworth says a man from Trenton accused of killing his employer, then stealing his identity is guilty of murder.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Randolph woman has pleaded guilty to prostitution charges related to a brothel she ran in Litchfield.
Investigators say they will never know what caused a fire that destroyed a Prospect barn.
A Hancock County food drive set new records this year, collecting more food than they have since 2012.
A Bar Harbor man is charged with arson after allegedly setting a fire in his apartment on Highbrook Road this week.
Governor LePage pitched his tax reform plan during a town hall meeting in Ellsworth Thursday night.
Volunteers are needed for a food packing event in Bangor next weekend.
Supporters and opponents of a proposed national park in the Katahdin region turned out for an informational session in East Millinocket Tuesday night.
The mountains of material on a property in Warren appear to go on forever, but their end is finally in sight as cleanup begins.
A state police investigator took the stand today in a Trenton man’s murder trial to testify about cell phone records.
Eastern Maine Community College President Larry Barrett has tentatively stepped down from his position.