At around 2:00 Wednesday morning, the Brownville Fire Department responded to a structure fire on Main Rd.
Members of the 128th legislature were sworn in today by Governor LePage.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The newly elected members of Maine’s legislature are traveling to Augusta to be sworn in.
CLINTON, Maine (AP) — Police say a cow broke its neck and died last week after vandals let hundreds of cows out of their pens at a Maine farm.
Engineering students at UMaine are getting real-world experience at the end of this month – 30 miles off the coast of Ecuador, no less.
A jury has been seated and opening statements heard in the double murder trial of a Houlton man.
A Hermon father and his two sons have been arrested in connection with burglaries in Eddington and Clifton.
Police say card skimmers have been popping up at the pumps and local ATM’s, creating security risks when you use your debit or credit cards.
The results from a traffic study of downtown Waterville are in.
A program designed to help rehabilitate drug addicts, then find them a job went before the Hancock County Commissioners Tuesday.
The Medical Examiner’s Office has released more details about last month’s death of a third grade boy from Eddington.
State police are asking for the public’s help in identifying some burglars.
Police have identified the two men arrested yesterday in connection with a reported home invasion in Milford.
A victory for protesters in North Dakota.
It’s a holiday tradition.
Two women and a four-year old boy from Skowhegan remain hospitalized, after two separate mobile homes fire over the weekend.
Sunday afternoon, fire fighters in Skowhegan were called to a second mobile home fire where – again – a woman was severely burned.
The referendum that legalized recreational use of marijuana in Maine passed by a narrow margin last month.
An Illinois-based broadband and business communications company has entered into an agreement to buy FairPoint Communications in a transaction worth $1.5 billion.
Bangor Police confirm they are looking for Paul Francis III of Bangor, known as “June Bug”.