A Knox man will spend 3 years behind bars for a hit and run accident involving a Belfast City Councilor.
Police say Steven Lucas, 60, was driving the car that hit Eric Sanders last year, who was riding his bicycle on Main Street.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a string of daytime burglaries.
A Plymouth homeowner called police when he found two men in his barn Tuesday morning.
25 year old James Field of Pittsfield and 18 year old Jacob Graham of Hartland were taken into custody after a search of nearby woods. Both are charged with burglary.
An Old Town man who assaulted his girlfriend has been sentenced to 8 months in prison.
Patrick Mitchell, 24, pleaded guilty Tuesday to aggravated assault for an incident in January where police say he choked and beat his girlfriend.
Eddington residents accepted a moratorium Tuesday, temporarily blocking a proposed quarry.
Hughes Brothers Inc. plans to sue the town over it.
The Hampden-based company wanted to build on Fox Hill, off Route 9.
Members of the public had the chance in Belfast Tuesday to sound off about the plan to dredge Searsport Harbor.
“We’ve done an environmental assessment of the dredging project, and we’ve done many different studies and tests on material to be dredged on the site that we’ll be placing material. We’ve also looked at the type of species that live in the area and would be avoided in the dredging during the winter months,” said Barbara Blumeris, Study Manager for the Army Corps of Engineers.
A joint effort between state agencies is helping to transition Mainers receiving welfare benefits to a sustainable job.
The commissioners of the Departments of Labor and Health and Human Services are touting a new program they hope will get people off public assistance and back into the workforce quickly by providing them with “work experience”.
The murder trial of a Palmyra man is scheduled to begin next month after attorneys for the prosecution and defense were unable to reach a plea agreement this morning.
A new poll shows a tight race for governor.
It was done by Public Policy Polling.
It has Democrat Mike Michaud with 44% of the vote, Republican Incumbent Paul LePage with 37% and Independent Eliot Cutler with 14%.
A man accused of robbing a bank in Bangor earlier this year pleaded guilty today.
37-year-old Earl Gary admitted to robbing the TD Bank on Stillwater Avenue January 4th.
We now know the names of both people killed in a wrong-way crash in Hampden.
State Police say Richard Holden, 55, from Carmel was going the wrong way on I-95.
They say Holden, who also lived in Maryland for some time, had suspended licenses in both states.
Two more have been arrested in the robbery at the Shaw’s supermarket in the Ellsworth shopping center last Monday.
Ellsworth police say 22-year-old Michael E. Robbins of Sorrento and 22-year-old Curtis Knudsen of Gouldsboro have been arrested and charged with robbery and theft.
A teacher at Waldo County Technical Center is charged with gross sexual assault involving a student.
46-year old Michael Gagnon was arrested last week.
Police say the superintendent of RSU 3 asked the school’s resource officer to look into a rumor.
State Police have released more information in the crash that killed two people in Hampden Sunday night.
They say the driver who was going the wrong way on I-95 had a suspended license.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The average retail cost of a gallon of gas in Maine has gone up slightly in the past week.
Price-monitoring website GasBuddy.com reports Monday that the price at the pump averaged $3.62 per gallon in the past week, 7 cents above the national average.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine Department of Marine Resources Commissioner Pat Keliher is holding his last of 12 “State of the Lobster Fishery” meetings.
Keliher is using the meetings to talk with lobster fishery workers about changes and challenges in the industry. He is also presenting the 2013 Lobster Settlement Survey and other scientific monitoring programs.
Police say two men are dead after a wrong-way crash on I95 in Hampden Sunday evening.
I95 southbound was closed for several hours between Exits 180 and 174.
State police got a call around 6:40 reporting an SUV driving erratically on I95 south in Carmel.
Governor LePage was in attendance at the annual Crime Victims’ Rights Week luncheon today.
The event in Augusta was hosted by the Maine chapter of Parents of Murdered Children.
Governor Paul LePage did the honors at a very special ribbon-cutting at the Mid-Maine Homeless shelter.
“We have put out a campaign to raise money for an elevator so that we would have the opportunity to now build out the second floor,” said the shelter’s board chair Dirk Kirschner.
A Caribou man has been arrested on drug charges after police found the 10th meth lab in the state this year.
Police arrested 47-year-old Keith Tingley Jr. and charged him with Class B Trafficking of Methamphetamine.
You hear about people waiting in line for concert tickets, or maybe the latest food fad — but what about prom dresses?
“10:30, I think? It’s been a long night,” say Searsport students.