AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Public health advocates and lawmakers say Maine needs to move quicker to implement stricter lead poisoning standards that became law last year.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Young women named Hard Dash, Kill Any and Betty B.
Interstate fishing regulators have decided to hold off on starting the process of crafting a plan to try to preserve the dwindling southern New England lobster stock.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine’s two U.S.
Waterville City Council gave initial approval to selling part of a downtown parking area to Colby College during a meeting Tuesday night.
A bill that would increase funding for the state agency tasked with expanding broadband access to rural Maine is advancing in the state legislature.
Fire destroyed a home in Detroit.
“I get a lot of stares and awkward looks at first.”
This is a typical reaction when strangers meet Travis Mills, a veteran and quadruple amputee.
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.