A tense scene at the Walmart in Palmyra on Friday after a man called police saying he was suicidal.
Federal officials joined members of Maine’s forest industry on a three-day tour for a close look at Maine’s forest economy.
A father and daughter accused of running a drug ring in the Dexter area were found guilty of all charges today.
More than 2,500 volunteers and participants are expected to take part in Eastern Maine Medical Center’s ‘Champion the Cure Challenge’ tomorrow.
A Brewer teen celebrated his birthday by biking to benefit furry friends in need of a home.
The Oxford House in Hallowell admitted its first residents at the beginning of this month.
Timothy Danforth, 24, of Wilton pleaded not guilty to charges of murder, manslaughter, and aggravated assault Friday.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — State labor officials say Maine unemployment rose slightly from June to July.
An effort to preserve Maine’s official sailing vessel is getting a financial boost.
It’s all about the kids in Hampden Saturday, August 20th.
A man from Connecticut will spend the next six years in prison for dealing meth in the Waterville area.
The Palmyra Walmart was on lockdown Friday morning.
One of two women from Waterville arrested for robbing a man at knifepoint is going to prison for a year.
A man from Windsor is going to jail for six months after an overnight standoff with police.
A man from Chelsea who broke into a barn and stole items to support his heroin habit is going to prison for two-and-a-half years.
The Pope Memorial Humane Society is finally in its new building, and they’re invited the public to come check it out.
For the fourth year, swimmers will again paddle more than three miles in Maine’s cold ocean water to benefit Lifeflight of Maine.
Film festivals come in all genres…and one taking place Saturday night in Rockland is dedicated to all things feline.
From Red Cross:
As part of the massive disaster relief effort in Louisiana, two additional American Red Cross in Maine volunteers will be joining the three Mainers who are already in the state.
From press Release: