Folks in the Moosehead region are decking the halls and they’re inviting you to the festivities.
Despite this dreary weather, the Parade of Lights in downtown Waterville marches on.
In light of recent protests in North Dakota at Standing Rock, people in Bangor held a “Stop the Violence” Flash Mob.
The turkey leftovers are in the fridge and the dust is off the decorations.
Bangor firefighters embraced the cold Friday, walking through traffic to make a difference.
For the last decade the Turkey Trek has kicked off Thanksgiving morning at the Bangor City Forest.
State police say the suspects involved in an early morning robbery at Dysarts Truck Stop in Hermon may be the same people Bangor police are looking for in connection with two home break-ins.
Bangor police are looking for two men after two home break-ins early Friday morning.
The elementary school in Holden is open Friday to offer grief counseling after the death of a student this week.
Oakland is considering becoming a “dry town” to block marijuana retail stores and social clubs.
“It’s a great way to end a nice thanksgiving day, ya know?
People around the country will be running to nearby shopping centers for Black Friday madness, but Bangor city officials want to remind folks to shop local.
You can help the homeless this holiday season by snapping a picture.
Police have a warning for people after several cars were broken into Thursday morning.
For the last decade, the Turkey Trek has kicked off Thanksgiving morning at the Bangor City Forest.
It’s military family month.
We often take for granted how lucky we are to spend holidays with family.
We stopped by several community Thanksgiving dinners today, all an example of how giving the people of Maine can be.
People gathered at the Lynde Lodge in Hermon on Thursday for the Masons meal to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.
More than thirty years ago, what began as a small community meal serving fifty people has become the biggest Thanksgiving feast in the state.