State leaders say there’s been a critical need for nurses in Maine for several years.
This time of year, homeless shelters in the state are at capacity.
With Monday’s snowstorm dropping 40 inches of snow in some areas, Public Works crews are out on the road plowing away.
Maine is moving towards a proficiency based education system in public school districts across the state.
A Gardiner man accused of killing and dismembering his father three years ago was in court in Augusta Tuesday.
Crews from multiple towns are battling a fire at an apartment house in Skowhegan at this hour.
Governor LePage has cleared the way for oil truck drivers to work longer hours.
A Dexter man has pled guilty to being part of a drug conspiracy ring.
Ellsworth has a new police chief.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine’s Republican governor is reiterating his call for state utility regulators to resign because of new solar rules they approved.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The fishing day might get a little bit longer for Maine lobstermen in the fall.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A public hearing on a Maine plan to use a new lottery system to award baby eel fishing permits will likely take place later in February.
A man from Connecticut who helped organize a crack cocaine ring in Bangor is going to prison for 21-and-a-half years.
Once Monday’s snowfall was cleared, the result was high snow banks.
The Supreme Court has dismissed some of the more serious accusations against a Washington County nurse.
Police in Brewer are looking for a woman who robbed a convenience store early Tuesday morning.
Yesterday’s blizzard created havoc for plow crews around the state to get and keep the roads open.
A program to help seniors in Aroostook County is growing.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A new study finds Mainers are increasingly relying on food pantries for survival, and not for emergencies.