The trial of a Trenton man accused of murdering a man and stealing his identity entered its third day in Ellsworth.
Police in Bangor say footage from a security camera helped them identify and arrest two men involved in a strong-arm robbery.
According to an Associated Press investigation, Maine’s Veterans Affairs facilities are keeping wait times below the national average.
Drug enforcement agents say they’ve found another meth lab, this one in the northern Maine town of Linneus.
For the first time in its 49 year history, the Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race has been rescheduled.
Maine DOT advises that crews will be working in Bangor on Interstate 95 during the overnight hours on the Union Street Bridge project.
Complimentary haircuts will be offered to all police officers, fire fighters and EMTS next Tuesday, courtesy of Empire Beauty School.
Raising the minimum wage was the topic at a town hall-style meeting in Bangor Thursday night.
The lead investigator was called to the stand today in day two of the trial of a Trenton man accused of murdering a man he worked for and stealing his identity.
Several witnesses who had dealings with a man from Trenton before investigators believe he was killed took the stand in Ellsworth today.
An Auburn woman convicted of murder for drugging and suffocating her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter has been sentenced to 37 years in prison.
An Owls Head man accused of trying to pull a gun and a dagger on a sheriff’s deputy is behind bars.
Four months into the 113th US Congress and Freshman Republican Bruce Poliquin has hit the ground running.
Some people in Bangor got a rude awakening this morning when a car crashed into a house.
FARMINGTON, Maine (AP) — Authorities in Maine are trying to crack a disgusting illegal littering case.
Robert Ade of Milo wanted to start a dialogue about the status and future of Penquis Valley High School and SAD 41.
A controversial bill that would make it legal to carry a concealed weapon without a permit was debated at the statehouse Tuesday.
Two people are facing drug charges after a months long investigation in Somerset County.
The mother of a Brooks second grader says her son stumbled upon an inappropriate site while using an iPad in school.