The report recommends seven short-term actions that expand on the state’s energy and transportation programs to address rising prices.
Examples include streamlining of all Maine energy resources, with a 211 hot line that offers information about energy programs and heating oil assistance.
Authorities say the man had a knife when he broke into the home on the Lang Hill road about 9:00 p.m. Thursday.
The man, who was wearing a red bandana over his face, demanded money.
They may never know because there’s nothing left of the home that burned down.
Fire crews were called to the home on Kimball Hill Road off Route 7 just after seven o’clock Tuesday morning.
It’s been nearly two months since a Pittston family was brutally attacked in their own home.
We’re happy to report that 48-year old William Guerrette and his 11-year old daughter, Nicole, are both out of the hospital and in good spirits.
Officials with Acadia Partners for Science and Learning say they stand to get $500,000 of federal money in the 2009 Senate Appropriations bill.
They say the funding will be used to expand their programs.
Most mornings, you’ll find Bagel Central in downtown Bangor packed with folks enjoying breakfast and coffee.
But once a month, this popular bagel shop also turns into the Breastfeeding Cafe.
It’s hosted by the La Leche League of Greater Bangor…a group dedicated to encouraging moms in their efforts to nurse.
The search for an elderly woman who went missing in Waterville is over. Searchers found the body of 82-year-old Rachel Nelson in the Kennebec river near the Waterville-Sidney town line around eleven this morning. Police began a search and rescue mission around eight this morning. Nelson had been living at The Woodlands, an assisted living facility on the West River road. She disappeared around 9:30 last night.
Harley Burgess’s shocking discovery is the second of its kind in less than a week in Maine. Last Wednesday, a Gorham woman found a snake — also identified as a reticulated python — in the washing machine.
Game Wardens say 19-year-old Patrick MacKerron of Windham and a friend both jumped into the water from a power boat that was going about thirty miles an hour.
The friend came to the surface, MacKerron did not.
State police say the truck was headed South on I-95.
Just after the Broadway exit in Bangor a white sedan veered in front of the truck, cutting it off.
The operator of the tractor trailer truck swerved to avoid the little white car so he wouldn’t hit it, lost control, ended up going over the guardrails.
Authorities say an 8-year-old boy from the Western Maine town of Strong is being treated at a Boston hospital for burns suffered when a can of diesel fuel exploded as his father was using it to start a campfire in Roxbury.
Waldo county sheriff authorities say 47-year-old Ricky Pomeroy was stabbed in the back.
Police say a group led by Pomeroy went to the home of 44-year-old Kirt Damon Sr. on the Damon Road in the Cape Jellison area.
Judge D. Brock Hornby conferred for the first time Monday with two competing groups of lawyers that are seeking to lead one of the nation’s largest data breach lawsuits.
The suit will seek compensation for customers who lost money or suffered stress or inconvenience after the supermarket chain announced in March that 4.2 million credit and debit card numbers were exposed to computer hackers.
A man from Plymouth has dead following a crash on the Interstate in Orono.
It happened just after 4pm Sunday, just north of the Kelly Road exit.
State police say 50-year-old Lawrence Smith was at the wheel of a GMC pickup truck when it started raining heavily.
City officials in Augusta will consider
whether the name of a bridge across the Kennebec River should be
changed in the wake of sexual abuse allegations against the Roman
Catholic priest for whom it was named.
Several residents along Dellaire Street in Winslow were forced to evacuate their homes Friday night after an alarm sounded to warn of a ground shift.
Town officials say the believe Friday night’s rain, coupled with the drawdown caused the erosion and slumping.
Some residents in Bangor awoke to quite a sight this morning — a 150 pound black bear somehow wandered into the Fairmount neighborhood.
Game wardens say they think the bear may have been disoriented when it wandered onto I-395 and then onto the Bangor Municipal Golf Course and then into the adjacent neighborhood.
Brad Theriault publicly apologized to the Sokoloski family for the part he played in the crash that killed 21-year-old John Sokoloski in August 2005.
Members of both families relayed to Justice William Anderson, how the events of that afternoon have effected them.
Authorities have identified the man and woman killed when struck by lightning outside their home in Standish.
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office says the victims were 22-year-old Anthony Clarke and 28-year-old Krysta Bearor.
26-year-old Joel Ross of Lubec is being charged with receiving stolen property.
Sheriff’s deputies say they found construction tools when they searched Ross’ home.
Police say the tools were taken from a house near the Lubec – Trescott town line.