Expect to pay more to heat your home this winter than you spent last year.
Mainers who’ve been out of work may qualify for a free job training program.
Aubuchon Hardware stores are asking for help in supplying paint for a retreat for wounded veterans.
The Bangor Drive-in is hosting a spooky series of shows over the weekend.
A fundraiser for the Challenger Learning Center in Bangor will also help you prep for your holiday cooking.
There’s a food drive in Hermon this Sunday.
College students and community members gathered at UMaine Thursday to hear former first daughter Chelsea Clinton speak.
The 13th Annual Walk for Hope is planned for Saturday in Augusta.
Those with an eye to the sky this week have noticed several fighter jets in the area.
A man from Carmel accused of raping an 11-year-old girl says he didn’t do it.
A man from Gardiner accused of burning down the camper trailer of a former boss to cover up a burglary has pleaded not guilty.
The case against the former principal of Waterville High School who was accused of asking a student for sex has been dropped – after he agreed to permanently give up his teaching credentials.
Two people are facing charges after a traffic stop last week in Kenduskeag.
A six-week sewer replacement project in downtown Bangor is now underway.
Community members in the Greater Lincoln area sharing a common voice Wednesday evening.
Dozens turned out for a public forum on opioids at the Winthrop High School tonight.
Bucksport High School freshmen got a break from the classroom Wednesday.
the Winslow town council unanimously voted last night to move forward with a proposed dog ordinance…
The Maine Forest Service has conducted “wildfire risk assessments” for 12 years in more than 80 communities.
As we continue to learn more about the candidates in the election for the second congressional seat we asked a series of questions to both republican incumbent Bruce Poliquin and democratic challenger Emily Cain…..