“I’m lucky I was here,” says Bryden Burleson.
Law enforcement officials are looking for two people involved in a reported break-in attempt in Carmel Friday.
With less than two weeks before election day, Independent candidate for governor, Eliot Cutler, has declared he’s the only candidate with a shot at beating incumbent Republican Paul LePage.
Many in Central Maine find themselves at court, in need of advice, but without money to pay– Friday the lawyers who step up to help them were thanked.
Business owners were all ears at the Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce as local experts spoke about data security breaches.
Holden police are looking for a hit-and-run driver.
A fire Friday morning in Hermon caused minimal damaged to a home in Hermon.
Fire spread from a vehicle to a home in Dedham early Friday morning.
Some tense moments for fire fighters along the Mid-coast Thursday night, when they thought an elderly woman was trapped in her burning home in Rockport.
Border patrol agents pulled a person from the water in Lubec.
A high speed chase Thursday ended in Newport when a state trooper was able to stop the car by using his own cruiser.
A Searsport woman is alive thanks to two men who acted quickly to help her.
High seas have kept Coast Guard officials busy today.
Troopers are urging drivers to use caution in this weather after a one-vehicle crash turned into four wrecks on I-395 this morning.
A big milestone for staff at Allied Whale.
BANGOR, Maine (AP) — The debates in the tight race for Maine governor aren’t over yet.
A Superior Court Justice ruled members of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife may appear in campaign commercials about referendum Question 1.
The Maine Troop Greeters are mourning the death of one of their own.
While on a bird hunt, sisters Tina Alton and Joyce Grandmason, began planning a moose hunting trip for Joyce’s husband, who’s battling cancer.
Rain is coming down and waves are crashing along the shore at Acadia National Park.