A Maine bridge that’s at least a century old is set to get a million dollar overhaul this summer.
A woman from Skowhegan faces animal cruelty charges after police say they rescued eleven dogs from an illegal pet store at her home.
Legislation is in the works that would give in-state contractors preference in state-funded public works projects.
In an effort to help with the retention of competent and qualified workers, a new bill calls for an increase to reimbursement rates for home-based and community-based services.
Bangor officials are set to discuss pot regulations again tonight at a city council meeting.
Maine law bans children under 14 from using indoor tanning beds.
“Everybody has a memory of the Grand, an experience of The Grand.”
For almost 80 years, The Grand has been a staple off the Ellsworth community.
For years we’ve heard about invasive plants taking over lakes and other waterways in Maine–but now they’re becoming more common on land.
A man from Randolph convicted of killing a person in a drunk driving crash a dozen years ago has been indicted for another drunk-driving crash.
A man from Augusta has been formally charged after police say he lead them on a more than 100-mile-per-hour chase that ended with a crash in Manchester.
A man from Augusta is accused of sex crimes involving a girl.
Firefighters from around New England took to the slopes of Sunday River on Sunday.
Motorcycles were on display Sunday at the Bangor Mall, raising money for a good cause.
A new speed limit will takes effect Monday on a stretch of I-295.
A head-on crash closed part of Route 7 in Newport Sunday afternoon.
The Bangor Daily News Garden Show wrapped up Sunday in Bangor.
Maine’s 378 drug deaths in 2016 set a state record, but it could’ve been much worse without a drug administered to reverse overdoses.
Sunday was Maine Maple Sunday.
Sunday was the last day for customers to shop at the Kmart store in Bangor.
Mainers are reacting to House Republican leaders’ decision to pull their Obamacare replacement bill.