Maine Foodie Tours is launching in Rockland this summer.
Governor LePage gave a Republican presidential candidate the thumbs up Wednesday.
A legislative committee has approved a fact-finding mission regarding Governor LePage’s threat to withhold money from the Good Will-Hinckley school for hiring House Speaker Mark Eves.
State Police say two young men broke into convenience stores in Weld, New Vineyard and Jay sometime late Tuesday or early Wednesday.
There’s a new place in Old Town for people to feel safe in a fun environment.
One of the longest-running family owned and operated restaurant in the state is celebrating its 40th anniversary today.
Pencils, pens, notebooks, tissues….the list goes on.
“Cancer’s going down!”
Tripp has been fighting brain cancer since he was two years old – but that’s not what’s on his mind this week.
Three people accused of unemployment fraud have been convicted.
A former Skowhegan Fire Chief is going to prison for at least three years and has to repay more than 200-thousand dollars he stole from a town in New Hampshire where he was chief.
The state’s Attorney General is reminding Mainers who received services from Bath Fitter, a plumbing company accused of violating a variety of regulations, to request a free inspection of their bath installation.
The Legislature’s Government Oversight Committee has approved an investigation into Gov.
Many folks celebrate the 4th of July with fireworks, but it’s not a fun day for pets.
There are new details about an accident that killed a driver in Hope last month.
Nearly one month after a Parkman mother was murdered, the man accused of killing her remains on the run and a reward fund is growing.
A plan to redevelop downtown Old Town could go before city councilors in August.
The father of a man who was shot and killed by a Hampden police officer has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
A second grade teacher from Central Maine has been selected to receive a national award for excellence in education.
Two people have been charged with burglary after police say they broke into the Levant Corner Store late last night.
A case involving the son of Brewer’s police chief will now be handled by the Attorney General’s Office.