Bucksport will soon be renovating its waste water treatment plant. The town is getting $10 million in USDA funding. The new grant aims to encourage economic growth in the Bucksport area as well as promote environmentally friendly practices. We’re told the plant will receive critical upgrades.
As president of the Island Institute in Rockland, Rob Snyder knows all about island living.
“The remarkable thing about the Maine coast is, it’s found itself in the middle of the global real estate market, and so you see a place here where people are increasingly attracted, for lots of reasons. Not only is the environment stunning, but the culture is really remarkable, too,” said Snyder.
A Vassalboro man charged with murdering a family friend claims he was sexually molested by the victim when he was a child. That’s an allegation the family of the accused killer isn’t buying.
Investigators say a house fire in Corinth Tuesday morning accidentally start on a stove.
Two dogs died in the fire.
Crews were called to Beans Mill Road a little before 7 a.m.
The expansion of suboxone treatment has been stalled in Bangor.
After a lengthy and heated discussion, the city council voted 7-2 in favor of a 180-day moratorium on new addiction treatment facilities.
Police are looking for a man who, they say, tried to rob a pharmacy in Dexter Monday.
Witnesses say, around 5 pm, the man passed the pharmacist a note, saying he had a gun and wanted drugs.
A Vassalboro man has been charged with murder in connection with a body found in that town Friday morning.
State police say Courtney Shea, 30, fatally stabbed Tom Namer, 69, of Waterville last Thursday.
Maine Wardens Service has announced that at approximately noon today searchers located Bernard Joseph Santerre.
He was found along the Howard Siding Road in Abbot after making a 911 call.
Mr. Santerre is in good condition.
Jurors in Rockland Friday found Andrew Kierstead guilty of murder.
The 41-year-old Tenants Harbor man shot and killed his friend and drug dealer, 48-year-old Richard Mills of Cushing, in September of last year.
Dozens of people gathered at Husson University to remember a special student whose life they say was taken way too soon.
21-year-old Brooke Locke was found strangled to death last week in her apartment in Bangor.
Many households across the state are without power Sunday afternoon.
Strong winds are to blame, bringing down power lines and causing outages.
The hardest hit areas are Penobscot and Somerset counties, with more than 4,000 outages each.
On this day 50 years ago, November 22nd, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas, Texas. In a single moment, a nation and a generation was defined.
VASSALBORO, Maine (AP) – State police and the Kennebec Sheriff’s Office are investigating the death of a man whose body was found near the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro.
A Calais man has been found guilty of sex crimes against a young girl.
Clifford Thornton, 52, was accused of sexually abusing three girls starting in the 1990’s.
According to First Assistant District Attorney Paul Cavanaugh, a jury found Thornton not guilty of crimes against two of the girls, but guilty of unlawful sexual contact against one girl. The jury began deliberating Thursday and returned verdicts on Friday.
Bangor police have arrested a man in connection with a bomb threat in Pickering Square.
Matthew Strout, 33, of Bangor is charged with Class C Felony Terrorizing.
Police arrested Strout Friday morning.
Maine State Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man whose body was found in Vassalboro.
Maine Department of Public Safety Spokesman, Steve McCausland, sent a press release saying the body was found on property adjacent to the Maine Criminal Justice Academy along Route 201 in Vassalboro.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — An Augusta man charged with fatally stabbing his girlfriend in their apartment earlier this month has waived his right to a bail hearing.
A lawyer for 38-year-old Justin Pillsbury filed the waiver in Kennebec County Superior Court and Justice Michaela Murphy approved it Thursday.
50 years ago, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.
Here at TV5, George Gonyar was on the streets within hours, getting local reaction.
Here’s exactly how it looked 50 years ago.
50 years ago, President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.
For the first time in its short history, television news was called upon to provide minute by minute live updates and to show the world indelible images that will never be forgotten.
A standoff, that started as a family dispute, ended peacefully in Harrington Thursday, according to State Police.
After hours of negotiations, a father, Vernon Robinson Sr., and his son, Elliot Robinson, are under arrest.