The Waterville Area Humane Society needs some help to take care of two dogs left on the doorstep Wednesday morning, both with mouthfuls of porcupine quills.
Workers say the dogs had to be sedated to remove all of the quills. They also have tapeworms.
The Secretary of State’s office has issued an alert about the website drivers-licenses.org.
Mainers trying to use this website have provided personal information, thinking that they are renewing their drivers licenses.
Another phone scam to warn you about…this time the caller claims to be from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
The Attorney General’s office says the caller demands a fee be paid immediately by phone or risk arrest or license suspension.
A Caswell man has died after moving his truck through a flooded road.
Authorities received a call after 9pm Tuesday that Paul Oliver, 74, was missing after attempting to maneuver his vehicle on Oliver Road in Caswell.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Sidney man who has been held in jail or a state psychiatric facility since his arrest in July 2012 on charges of raping a 4-year-old girl he was baby-sitting has asked a judge to be freed on bail.
SANFORD, Maine (AP) — The U.S. wants to revoke the license of a Maine gun store owner who refused to allow a federal agent to copy records during an inspection last year.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine Democrats are advancing a new bill to expand Medicaid coverage to roughly 70,000 low-income residents under the federal health care law, but its chance of getting past Republican Gov. Paul LePage is slim.
Proposed plans to create a new national park near Baxter State Park were discussed in Bangor Tuesday.
Elliotsville Plantation Inc. wants to donate 150,000 acres of their land to the federal government.
A leading economist spent his tax day talking to students in Bangor.
Eric Rosengren, the President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank at Boston, spoke at Husson University Tuesday afternoon.
Food pantries across the region will benefit from the generosity of a local bank and its customers.
Last month Bangor Savings Bank collected nearly 6,000 jars of peanut butter and jelly.
There will be a job fair in Calais this week.
It’s this Thursday at Washington County Community College from 11:30 to 3:30.
There will be more than 30 businesses, agencies and organizations there.
The 2014 5K Pet Run or Walk in Old Town is planned for Sunday the 27th.
All proceeds will benefit the Animal Orphanage.
The event will start at the Old Town YMCA.
Some folks in Brewer had a little Easter fun today.
Residents of the Ellen Leach Home were treated to a special Easter egg hunt.
Staff hid 120 eggs throughout the building, and residents had the challenge of finding them all.
Some popular childrens’ stories are coming to life in Glenburn.
Kindergarteners at Glenburn Elementary School are putting on a performance called A Night at the Theatre.
It’s Wednesday, April 16th.
Brewer students took some healthy lessons home Tuesday.
A health fair was held at the Brewer Community School.
Students had the opportunity to learn about a variety of health and safety topics, including healthy eating, exercising, bullying, dog safety, railroad safety, and texting and driving.
Many people in Belfast have fond memories of eating seafood at Jed’s Restaurant on Route 1.
Jed’s closed its doors years ago, but now one man is in the process of transforming the space into a bowling alley.
This is the time of year when animal shelters across the state are inundated with stray and unwanted pets.
But last week at the Somerset Humane Society in Skowhegan, they got a call from a man who didn’t want to drop off an animal. He was looking to drop off carrots. Around 8,000 pounds of them.
Autism was front and center at the state house today.
Autism advocates from throughout Maine gathered in the Hall of Flags.
Heidi Bowden, the head of the Maine Autism Alliance, says new statistics show autism is on the rise.
A Waldoboro man has been charged with sexually abusing a child.
Earl Leathers, 27, was arrested Friday.
Authorities say it’s for an incident involving a girl under fourteen two years ago in Belfast City Park.
A man from Sidney accused of raping a 4-year-old girl he was babysitting has plead not guilty to the charges.
Police say Eric Bard, 23, recorded the attack with his cell phone.