Four people who police say were involved in a shootout at the Augusta Walmart in June have been indicted – two of them for attempted murder.
A Deer Isle seamstress donates her time to families who have lost a newborn.
Madison Paper closed it’s doors back in March, leaving more than 200 residents in the community jobless.
A major wind power project in Clifton officially got underway Friday.
TV-5 was among the honored guests at a wedding in Bangor Friday afternoon…..
A Stetson woman is going to prison for just over a year for her role in a cocaine and oxycodone ring.
Rain didn’t ruin the first day of this year’s Common Ground Country Fair.
How much did he know about the Jeep?
Piscataquis County Sheriff’s deputies helped rescue a full size bus and twenty-two dogs from a snowmobile trail in Sebec Wednesday morning.
Unity College showed off its newest campus buildings Friday.
A student-run radio station at the New England School of Communications in Bangor missed out on a prestigious national award.
Bath Iron Works announced on Friday that the company is eliminating 160 jobs.
State Police are looking to speak with a man in connection with what they’re calling a violation of privacy in the public bathrooms at Lincolnville Beach.
Police are looking for a Lincoln man who they say took off after an argument with his girlfriend last night.
A couple from Jay is facing charges after police say an attempt to repossess their vehicle took a violent turn.
A judge denied bail Friday for a Fairfield man accused of killing his wife.
The Maine Department of Education is getting nearly $67,000 in federal money to help cover the cost of advanced placement tests for low-income high school students.
Two more families of crew members who died on the cargo ship El Faro have settled lawsuits with the owner of the ship.