“Oh, this is an incredible amount of snow,” said Robert Godfrey of Eastport.
They may have young minds but the 3rd and 4th graders at Miles Lane School in Bucksport have brilliant ideas for the town’s future.
The data breach of Anthem health insurance has led to an e-mail phishing scam.
The more than 30 people who were displaced by a fire this week that heavily damaged an apartment complex on Highland Avenue in Gardiner can find information about housing options at a resource fair today.
A car belonging to a Michigan man accused of killing his wife has been found in Farmington.
A Windham woman is in critical condition from a snowmobile crash in Piscataquis County.
Owners of a Bass Harbor restaurant that was destroyed by fire more than a year ago are suing a handful of responding firefighters.
Living in rural Brownville, Pastor Stephen Dean says it’s sometimes a challenge to get advanced healthcare through the VA.
After one of the recent storms, Dawn Caron of Holden wasn’t looking forward to shoveling her driveway.
When it comes to a heart attack, time is of the essence.
Union street in Bangor is closed to outbound traffic at 14th Street.
Fire fighters are back at the scene of an apartment fire in Gardiner that sent one woman to the hospital and forced dozens of residents out of their apartment complex overnight.
Bangor Public Works crews have been busy cleaning up after all the snow with more on the way.
An inspection inside a bin of donated books turned into anything but routine for an employee at the Goodwill in Ellsworth.
Governor LePage pitched his budget plan to lawmakers last night in his state of the state address.
“She said honey, this is your heart.
Police are still trying to figure out exactly what happened in a fatal car crash in Millinocket Tuesday.
During a joint session the Maine legislature Tuesday night, Republican Governor Paul LePage reiterated his plan to slash Maine’s personal income tax while raising and expanding the sales tax.
A World War II veteran has one of his most precious items back.