The University of Maine at Machias has announced the appointment of an interim president, and she’s a familiar face in higher education.
Dr. Joyce Hedlund served as president at both Eastern Maine Community College and Washington County Community College.
A former inmate at the Knox County Jail who claims she was sexually assaulted by a guard has filed a notice that she intends to sue the county for $3 million.
A woman convicted of robbing a bank in Bangor more than four years ago is now accused of theft and smuggling contraband into prison.
Matisha Pitts, 30, appeared in federal court in Bangor Friday.
If you’re looking to add a new furry friend to your family, the SPCA of Hancock County invites you to visit them this weekend.
The annual Kitty Palooza adoption event will be happening all weekend.
A popular trail at Baxter State Park will be relocated for safety reasons.
Park officials say the relocation of Abol Trail will begin soon.
According to the park website, the effort will cost $100,000 and will result in a slightly longer trail that will have a reduced grade and improved footing.
A man convicted of murder after a street fight in Bangor nearly five years ago is asking a judge to let him take a plea deal he originally passed up on – so he can spend less time in prison.
The Department of Environmental Protection was called in after an oil truck rolled onto its side in Skowhegan.
It happened around 8:30 Friday morning on Bigelow Hill Road.
Police tell us the driver was making a delivery when his truck spun out and slid down an icy driveway.
Members of the Maine Army National Guard will be heading to Kuwait in about a year-and-a-half.
The Adjutant General says he was notified this week that the 136th Engineer Company will be deployed in the spring of 2016.
The case of a father from Lubec accused of killing his 12-year-old diabetic son is now in the hands of a judge.
The jury-waived trial for 44-year-old Edward Smith wrapped up Thursday in Machias.
The 2015 Paul Bunyan International SnoX will now truly live up to its name.
The snowmobile races, scheduled for January 10th and 11th at Bass Park in Bangor, are now round one of the Triple Crown series.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine Turnpike officials say nearly two-thirds of all the toll revenue collected on the highway this year is coming from motorists who don’t live the state.
BANGOR, Maine (AP) — Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is heading to the kitchen to prepare a dish from a vintage Maine cookbook.
Dunlap will prepare fish balls on Friday at the R.M. Flagg Maine Kitchen Cooking School demonstration kitchen in Bangor. The Democrat, who was recently re-elected by the Maine Legislature, used to be the lead cook for the University of Maine and has also worked in restaurants in Bangor and Bar Harbor.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud is bidding farewell to Congress after 12 years of serving the state’s 2nd district.
Michaud delivered his farewell statement into the Congressional record on Thursday. He touched on his efforts to improve transportation infrastructure in the largest Congressional district east of the Mississippi River.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine Sen. Susan Collins’ effort to temporarily suspend some rest rules for truck drivers is drawing fierce criticism from safety advocates who say it will make the nation’s roads more dangerous.
Bangor residents are weighing in on ways to reduce congestion and improve safety along one of the city’s busiest roadways.
Husson University hosted a public meeting Thursday night to discuss the Broadway Corridor Study.
St. Joseph Healthcare and the Salvation Army are working to ensure people are able to do laundry.
They will be collecting liquid and powder detergent through December 16th.
They say there is no assistance for families to buy laundry detergent.
It’s an attempt to lower chronic absenteeism.
Lewiston superintendent Bill Webster says about 15% of students miss at least 10% of their classes.
He says with children younger than seven, very little can be done.
The Orland Community Center will soon be a hub to help Bucksport mill workers get back on their feet.
The workers are being paid through the end of the month, but there are still a lot of questions about the future.
Ask anyone at Baileyville Elementary School who the town hired to lead their police department, they’ll tell you “Superman”.
“The town, the school, the area, everything. He’s involved in every school function we have here. He’s a nice presence in our school,” says Pre-K Teacher Bonnie Troiani.
If you’ve ever wondered which town has Maine’s best tasting water–well, that debate’s been put to rest tonight.
Today was the Maine Rural Water Association’s annual conference and drinking water taste test.