Brewer’s waterfront has a new name and plans to expand.
The path along the Penobscot will now be officially be known as the Brewer Riverwalk Trail.
City councilors made the change at Tuesday’s meeting.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was in Maine Tuesday, supporting Governor LePage’s re-election bid.
Christie is the chair of the Republican Governors Association and attended a LePage fundraiser in Dedham.
An 11-year-old Brewer boy is biking to help out some furry friends.
For the third year, Matt Gross hit the road to raise money for the Bangor Humane Society.
A program in Guilford is making sure school kids have all the nutrition they need, even on weekends.
Every Friday during the school year, Jennifer Lonergan gets a backpack full of food to take home.
A horse farm in Dover-Foxcroft will play host to a day of family fun this weekend–all to help out a local man with a rare blood disease.
22-year-old Kasee Wilson, brother of Piscataquis County Sheriff’s Deputy Kyle Wilson, is battling myelodisplastic syndrome, or MDS.
Two employees of a local restaurant chain have earned more than just a paycheck.
They’ve also earned a college scholarship.
The owners of two Bangor-area Tim Hortons presented $1,000 scholarships Tuesday to Matthew Fern and Kimberley Biddlecom.
Police officers across the state are gearing up to crack down even harder on drunk driving.
It’s part of a national campaign that focuses on the last couple of weeks of August and throughout Labor Day weekend.
Deputies are investigating an armed robbery of the Newburgh Dysart’s.
It happened around 10pm Friday night.
Deputies say a lone male entered the store just as it was closing.
The Skowhegan State Fair is in full swing.
Entering it’s 196th year it’s the longest running fair in the state. This year the Skowhegan State Fair features more rides and a fuller midway than ever before.
You could see a new license plate in Maine to honor troops…Wreaths Across America is behind it.
Their mission of “Remember, Honor, Teach” will be part of the proposed license plate.
Railroad history will be celebrated this weekend with the 125th anniversary celebration of the Greenville Junction.
Originally built in 1889, the Junction will soon be moved to a new home.
Saturday’s event welcomes past and present railroad workers for live music, food, and more.
The Maine Forest and Logging Museum in Bradley invites you to a heavy metal event Saturday.
All of the mills will be running, with hands-on blacksmith demonstrations included.
The “Men and Their Machines” event goes from 10-to-3.
A large investment from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will help the Penobscot River.
Congressman Mike Michaud says $400,000 will go to habitat conservation within the Penobscot River area.
The goal is to increase the spawning habitat for fish including Atlantic salmon, shortnose, Atlantic sturgeon, and river herring.
A New Hampshire fire department where Skowhegan’s recently fired fire chief used to work is under a criminal investigation about missing money.
47-year-old Richard Fowler was fired by Skowhegan’s town manager Friday.
FairPoint union workers held what they call informational pickets outside company offices Tuesday morning.
Members of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers System Council T9 and Communications Workers of America Local 1400 are battling the telecommunications company for a new contract.
Maine fishery regulators say a proposal for the upcoming scallop season likely will include the same number of fishing days as last year, but emergency cutbacks might be necessary.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Doctors in Maine are reporting a high number of tick-borne diseases this year.
The Portland Press Herald reports that the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has tracked 103 cases of the disease anaplasmosis so far this year. That is already more than the 94 cases reported for all of 2013.
BANGOR, Maine (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is returning to Maine to stump for Gov. Paul LePage.
The two tough-talking Republican governors will tour C&L Aviation Group in Bangor on Tuesday. LePage’s campaign says the company recently completed a $5 million expansion and may add as many as 40 new jobs.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine bear biologists captured 66 different bears a total of 92 times during this year’s capture season.
Officials with the state Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife say biologists also placed radio collars on 16 female bears. Officials say the trapping and collaring is a critical piece of the state’s black bear management program. Collaring the bears allows biologists to collect information on birth and death rates.
KITTERY, Maine (AP) — Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Shenna Bellows is concluding her 350-mile trek across Maine.
The former executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Maine will celebrate the end of a journey that took more than three weeks with events Tuesday in Portland and Kittery. Bellows began her “Walk with Maine for Jobs and the Economy” last month in Houlton.