The cold weather is good news for the local ski areas.
Eaton Mountain in Skowhegan has taken advantage of the cold temperatures and has been making snow non-stop.
The owners tell us they’ll be able to open up for tubing Saturday.
A judge says a woman from Bangor accused of brutally murdering her husband is fit to stand trial.
His ruling came Friday after a two-day competency hearing this week for 50-year-old Roxanne Jeskey.
CALAIS, Maine (AP) — Maine’s attorney general says it was reasonable for two police officers to believe they had to use deadly force in a July domestic violence-related shooting in Calais.
The developers of a wind farm project in Clifton say they’re not giving up on the plan, despite the fact a judge rejected the permit for it.
The head of the planning board says the judge voided the permit this week based on technicalities in the town’s wind energy ordinance.
A multi-unit apartment building in Old Town has significant damage after a morning fire.
Boyles Apartment on Main Street houses 4 units.
Chief Steve O’Malley says the fire probably started in the kitchen.
“I think the biggest frustration was uncertainty. I think that is something we all certainly understand and we are trying to get to answers as quickly as we can.”
More than two hundred Lincoln Paper and Tissue Mill employees are out of work, at least for now. Company officials say costs incurred as a result of a boiler explosion last month leave them no choice. Employees met with company officials, union representatives, and state leaders Thursday night, to learn more about what happens next.
The Maine State Chamber of Commerce is trying to help Maine businesses understand the impacts of the Affordable Care Act.
The chamber hosted a session in Augusta Thursday morning.
If sliding down a wooden chute at high speeds sounds fun, it’s time for you to sign up for it.
The 2014 U.S. National Toboggan Championships are two months away, but registration has already begun.
The public was invited to the new Brewer Community Center Thursday.
Folks were invited to an open house and ribbon cutting of the new facility.
One half is the Jean Lyford Child Care Center.
A company competition helped raise a ton of food for those in need.
Thursday, a truck from Lynch Logistics dropped off the items at the Good Shepherd Food Bank.
The director of Warren Ambulance Service has been placed on administrative leave following an infant’s death.
Warren Town Manager Elaine Clark is looking into her community’s lack of response to an emergency call for a child under 2-months-old.
The TRIAD organization is inviting the public to a seminar on scams targeting seniors this weekend.
The group is committed to safeguarding seniors.
“The scams change. The amounts change. They tend to drop the amounts to lure people in. And it’s important, although we know we can not stop all scams from overseas or out of state, but certainly will help those from becoming a victim,” said Chief Deputy Troy Morton of the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office.
Jennifer Weisheit brings smiles to seniors faces.
The former activity and spiritual director at the Stillwater Health Care nursing home in Bangor is helping her former residents prepare for a Christmas sing-a-long.
The state is looking into the process of concealed weapons permits and how it might be inconsistent across Maine.
While doing research on a bill to ensure the confidentiality of concealed weapons permit holder information, State Police Lieutenant Scott Ireland came across some troubling input. It happened when he got back surveys from those authorized to issue concealed permits.
A Waterville man has two city firefighters to thank for saving his life. The Waterville Fire Department crews responded to a call to 1 Mount Pleasant Street in Waterville just before 7:00 last night.
Authorities are investigating the death of a woman in Indian Township.
State police say she was struck and killed by a truck Wednesday night in the driveway of her home.
Indian Township Police, State Police and the Washington County Sheriff’s Office are all working on the case.
The Maine People’s Alliance wants Senator Angus King to reconsider some of his support for a new two-year budget deal for the country.
So they’re sending him a Christmas card.
Six projects to help Maine’s coastline and waterways are getting more than $150,000 from the state.
The Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry is handing out the money.
It’ll go toward work like habitat restoration, dealing with storm surge and removing invasive species.
Machias’ old train station is taking the town into the future.
15:27:44 “It represents hope and forward thinking. The building has sat here for a long time,” says Sharon Mack, Chamber of Commerce Director.