An Indian Township man and about ten supporters rallied in front of the District Attorney’s Office in Machias Tuesday.
A Belfast company has received a grant to fund college training for their local employees.
A report from the Augusta Police Department says there is counterfeit cash circulating around businesses in the Augusta area.
A Bangor area maternity shelter has a new ride – that’s bigger and safer for the moms and their kids.
“Does he see his shadow or doesn’t he?
A fired Clinton police office accused of stealing workers’ compensation benefits has pleaded guilty.
It’s a step forward for a man from Milford who wants to open a new restaurant in Old Town that would feature outdoor seating on a small island.
A long-time foster parent in Belfast accused of molesting a child in his care is going to prison for nine years.
A man from Waterville found guilty of having sex with a 15-year-old girl has been sentenced to four years in prison.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Roller derby skaters are heading to the Maine State House in Augusta to testify in favor of a bill that legalizes the bumps and hits that accompany the sport.
Improving veteran’s services.
Some state lawmakers are concerned about changes to the Maine state ferry service that restrict the transportation of lab work for folks who live on islands.
A woman was injured while working at the Woodland Pulp mill in Baileyville Monday morning.
Husson University wants a full-time Bangor Police officer on campus.
A veteran Bangor Police officer is calling it a career.
State lawmakers are considering two plans that would bring Maine into conformity with federal income tax changes.
A campaign created to help Maine veterans find employment is being called a success.
Governor LePage wants to move violent patients at Riverview Psychiatric Center in Augusta into a special unit at the Maine State Prison.
A Waterville man accused of having $45,000 worth of drugs has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
“It’s time to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol.