Heavy rain and melting snow overnight Sunday has left roads flooded and tens of thousands of people without power.
One woman was taken to the hospital after a head-on crash in Bangor late Sunday afternoon.
Emera Maine reports hundreds of customers are without power due to the high winds.
A North Monmouth woman is extending the holidays and the “giving” season by knitting!
The Walmart store in Palmyra was evacuated after a fire broke out behind the store around 4 p.m.
It’s that time of year when Maine Game Wardens advise people around the state that ice on ponds, lakes, and streams is unsafe to walk on.
A portion of Route 9 in Amherst is open now after downed power lines tied up the roadway Sunday.
A family of four traveling northbound on Rt.
Gas stations and grocery stores are fighting to keep up with lottery fever.
A school in Dexter needs some roof reparations after a fire broke out early Saturday morning.
A woman driving east along Rt.
A Waterville home was heavily damaged by fire Friday night.
After decades of serving his town, the chief for the Norridgewock Fire Department is seeing his dreams comes true.
“It was literally like being on death row because they kept hinting and in some cases telling people that they were going to be executed.”
Moorhead Kennedy, 85, is happily retired in Maine, but he vividly remembers his time as a hostage in Iran.
The State Fire Marshal’s Office says a fire at a Hallowell apartment was an accident.
A judge has ordered a Gardiner man accused of killing his father to be involuntarily medicated.
Governor LePage is apologizing for comments he made Wednesday night.
Flames flattened a barn and heavily damaged a home in Etna Thursday night.
Governor LePage is accused of making a racially charged comment at a town hall meeting in Bridgton.
Both the Criminal Justice and Health and Human Services Committees are both supporting a $4.8 million bill that would help combat Maine’s drug epidemic.