Last September, Robin Rie of Brewer was driving on River Road in Orrington, on her way to pick up her favorite local eggs.
Four people who were in jail with Dube testified Wednesday.
“Who was the smart person that thought of this?
Three people have been charged with drug trafficking after authorities say they found a meth lab in Bar Harbor.
A Palmyra man is in jail, accused of raping a 13-year-old girl.
A Waterville firefighter is being recognized for going beyond the call of duty to assist those injured in the 75-car pileup on I-95 last week.
Walgreen’s on Wilson Street was closed for several hours this morning after a vehicle crashed into the entrance earlier this morning.
Brewer will soon be home to a new micro-brewery.
School officials cancelled school in Randolph today because of a standoff at a nearby home.
Three Maine foundations are coming together to help folks impacted by the recent mill closures.
Part of the governor’s proposed budget aims to slash general assistance funds for legal immigrants in Maine.
Tuesday’s testimony focused on cell phone activity in the trial of 21-year-old Kyle Dube of Orono.
Tonight, Governor Lepage will hold another community town hall meeting at Husson University in Bangor.
State Police say they’re investigating the death of Houlton man as a homicide.
**UPDATE: Executive Director Bill Rae tells us that as of 4:00 p.m.
The murder trial of Kyle Dube has entered its second week.
A pair of teachers from the Veazie Community School are proving they have the right stuff.
We just bid farewell to the coldest month on record when we flipped the calendar from February to March.
A Blue Hill man is recovering after his snowmobile rolled on top of him Saturday night.
An event police are treating as a homicide has stunned the Houlton community.