Traffic was backed up on the interstate in Veazie Wednesday night after an SUV rear ended a State Police cruiser.
Illegal drugs such as heroin are in high demand in Maine.
Love is in the air and in the oven.
State lawmakers continue to quarrel over a bill that would extend some tax breaks.
2014 scallop landings netted nearly 7-and-a-half million dollars, not a lot compared to the lucrative lobster industry in our state.
Students at Garrett Schenck Elementary in Anson got a first-hand lesson in disabilities awareness Wednesday from the Cromwell Center, a Portland-based disabilities awareness organization.
The Flint water crisis in Michigan is far from over, but one local trucking company is doing what it can to help.
Boy Scouts from five counties will be at the Bangor Mall Saturday.
The third annual Winter Fest in Sullivan has been rescheduled to Saturday, February 20 due to weather conditions.
A nationally-known pet supply store in Rockland is expanding.
It’s not every day the student is grading the teacher.
Seven people have been arrested in drug busts in Lincoln and Knox Counties.
Gray seal pups may pop on the shoreline, but officials ask you to stay away.
Students at a Bangor High School held a sweet fundraiser for a serious cause.
An Old Town High School student is getting national recognition for his volunteer efforts.
A Fairfield woman convicted of kidnapping her own children is appealing to the state’s highest court.
A campaign to end hunger in Maine collected more than $622,000 last year.
The business that owns land in Washington County where a $9 million marijuana farm was found has been ordered to pay a $100,000 fine.
A 73-year-old woman is recovering after being attacked and sexually assaulted in her Waterville home, police said.
TOWNSHIP 37, Maine (AP) — The sentencing of three men in a federal courtroom in Bangor will close a case that began six years ago with the discovery of a clandestine marijuana growing operation.