The doors of the Maine State Prison are about to open to the public for a first-ever concert.
The group Sounds of Comfort will be performing, a band made up of men inside the walls in Warren.
Deputies have released the names of the two people involved in Monday’s deadly crash in Eddington.
47 year old Denise Golding of Eddington was killed when the vehicle she was driving collided with a pick-up on Route 9.
Fire crews battled flames as well as frigid temperatures in Plymouth early Tuesday morning.
Fire fighters from multiple towns were called to Lower Detroit Road around 2:30 a.m.
The homeowners got out safely.
Comedian and social experimenter Mark Malkoff is trying to find out whether Americans could make it a week without their phones.
He’s challenging people to give them up for the week leading up to Valentine’s Day.
58 out of the 159 students in the Harrington Elementary School were absent today.
But it was not for colds or the flu, it was because of a parent-organized protest.
An Augusta man accused of shaking his 6 month old daughter so hard he caused brain damage went before a judge Monday afternoon.
21-year-old Kevin Peaslee pleaded not guilty to aggravated assault.
There will be no school at Hope Elementary School on Tuesday.
The school was closed on Monday due to burst pipes and water damage.
Police say an Eddington woman was killed in a car crash this morning.
It happened on Route 9 in Eddington around 6 am, part of the road was closed for hours.
Fire destroyed a mobile home in Old Town last night.
Firefighters were called to Martha’s Way in Regency Trailer Park just before midnight.
They say when they arrived, the home was fully involved.
A truck hit a light pole in Bangor this afternoon
Bangor Police say the accident happened around 3:30 on union street
Police don’t know what caused the truck to go off the road and strike a light pole
Fans of UMaine Hockey had the opportunity to take to the ice with their favorite players today.
The annual Skate with the Bears event was held at Alfond Arena this afternoon.
It was a tragic New Year’s Day for the Daunais family, as fire claimed their Orrington home.
“It was fully engulfed in flames–we knew they lost everything,” said neighbor Carmen Spox.
Snowy roads were a problem for drivers across central Maine Saturday.
State Police say D-O-T crews had difficulty catching up with the storm.
A tropper at the scene of a rollover accident in the Etna area says the man driving did not suffer serious injuries.
About 35 people have attended a demonstration outside the Waterville Police Department to press for law enforcement officials to bring charges in the case of missing Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds.
Machines were shutdown at Great Northern Paper in East Millinocket around noon Thursday.
“We stopped the presses last night, and we have ceased production temporarily for up to 16 weeks,” said GNP Spokesperson, Scott Tranchemontagne.
Fire crews from four towns responded to a fire at a Milbridge business today.
The call came in just after 10 this morning.
The initial call indicated that there was fire in one of the rooms of the red barn motel.
A fire in Sullivan has fire crews working at this hour.
It’s on the Quarry Road. We’re told it’s a single family home that is burning.
Dispatchers tell us the call came in just after 10 am.
The search for a man police say was involved in a shooting in Gardiner is over.
According to the Department of Corrections, Paul Coyne has been found.
Authorities say they received information that Coyne was in Massachusetts, and state police there were called for assistance.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A judge has ruled that a former patient at Riverview Psychiatric Center in Augusta was prompted by anger and not mental illness when he attacked a worker last year, leaving a pen embedded in her hand.
The cost of doing business is forcing Great Northern Paper in East Millinocket to stop producing paper, affecting the jobs of more than 250 people.
A spokesperson for the company says production might not start again for up to four months.