Old Town police are looking for a woman they say is connected to a recent drug bust.
A couple in Brewer are proud new homeowners thanks to a program that many don’t know about.
A man driving a log truck was taken to a hospital after a rollover accident in Guilford Thursday afternoon.
The Department of Transportation is giving a new company a chance to operate a state-owned railroad between Rockland and Brunswick.
FREEPORT, Maine (AP) – A grandson of L.L.
ROCKLAND, Maine (AP) — A retired Maine lobsterman who shot an intruder hours after buying a gun to defend himself may have to give up his gun because his apartment complex bans them.
Holden’s Police Chief has resigned.
The Attorney General says a State Police Sergeant who shot and killed a man in Ludlow last year acted in self-defense.
NEW YORK (AP) — New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady can suit up for his team’s season opener after a judge erased his four-game suspension for “Deflategate.”
The surprise ruling by U.S.
A chemical manufacturing company, found responsible for dumping thousands of pounds of mercury into the Penobscot River, was ordered by a federal judge Wednesday to pay for an engineering firm to develop a cleanup plan.
Outdoor enthusiasts celebrated the completion of a new campground in Acadia National Park Wednesday afternoon.
A Foxcroft Academy student’s truck is covered by a tarp because the Confederate Flag is painted on the tailgate.
It’s “Good Neighbor Day” in Bucksport.
Holly Caron got through a tough time in her life thanks to the generosity of many people, some sitting in this room.
Police are are looking for the person posting nude photos primarily of underage girls on Facebook.
Hundreds of kids in need in central Maine are starting school with newly donated backpacks.
A former Nokomis Regional High School music teacher accused of choking and threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend took the stand Wednesday in his own defense.
Students returned to Cony High School in Augusta Wednesday–three months after three bomb threats left students and parents on edge.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Northern New England’s bear hunters might have a more difficult time bagging a bruin this year because of high abundance of natural food.