The Bangor Waterfront packed with cars.
Hundreds of firefighters are in Waldo County this weekend for the 52nd Annual Maine State Federation of Firefighters Convention.
There was a showcase of innovation in Camden Saturday.
A man accused going on a shooting spree in northern Maine last month has been indicted by an Aroostook County grand jury.
Cambridge has some of the most restrictive–and confusing–alcohol laws in Maine…but that town’s lone store owner is hoping to get those laws changed.
Moosehead Lake, soon to be scattered with seaplanes…pilots prepping their engines for the Fly In contests.
State Police have identified the woman found dead inside an Old Town apartment Monday.
We’re told there will be less drugs on the streets of Penobscot, Hancock and Washington Counties following a huge heroin bust.
State Police are calling the death of a man in Eastport suspicious.
A Bucksport man, accused of driving high in an accident that claimed the life of a Brewer woman, will spend 2 years in jail.
After a student at Messalonskee High School died by suicide last year, students there pushed tirelessly for new legislation.
Hollywood Casino Hotel and Raceway in Bangor is remembering one of their own after a fatal accident at the track Wednesday.
Police say they found a meth lab on French Island.
A Newport man accused of setting both his mother’s house on fire and the home of a pastor has been sentenced to three years in jail.
A Penobscot woman died Wednesday night when she was struck by an SUV on Route One in Orland.
BUCKSPORT, Maine (AP) — Town officials in Bucksport, Maine, are expected to discuss whether they intend to impose more conditions on a company that plans to demolish the former Verso Paper mill.
Fire fighters were called to a mobile home fire in Burlington Wednesday night.
Officials in Old Town are investigating a suspected meth lab on French Island.
“This summer season has been really phenomenal,” said Nancy McKechnie, executive director at the Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce.
State and federal officials are withdrawing their application for a plan to dredge one-million cubic yards at Searsport Harbor.