Day two in the trial of a former Anson tax collector accused of stealing $450,000 from the town.
57 years, that’s how long Governor’s Restaurant and Bakery has been serving customers in Maine.
A man charged with killing an East Millinocket teenager nearly 36 years ago pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday.
An open house is scheduled tomorrow for community members to tour the recently completed Newport public safety building.
Men and women think differently about money.
A Lincoln County sheriff’s deputy has been placed on leaving pending the outcome of a criminal investigation, according to the Sheriff’s Department.
Governor LePage is threatening to stop the state’s administration of federal food stamps if he can’t ban recipients from buying candy bars and soda.
A project to protect the watershed and water supply for six Midcoast communities, and to add recreational outlets, will change western Penobscot Bay while, in a big way, keeping it much the same.
Police searched today for a Charleston Correctional inmate who walked away from a work site in Somerset County today.
Police in Augusta are looking for a woman who robbed a Big Apple store this morning.
The man charged with killing an East Millinocket teenager nearly 36 years ago, is scheduled to be in court again today.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine’s capital city is working on a proposal to have most of its downtown area added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Members of Bangor’s Finance Committee have decided to get into the real estate game.
Upgrades to the facilities at Cameron Stadium in Bangor were at the center of discussions during the city’s Finance Committee meeting Monday evening.
There’s a group with a goal to improve the quality of life for older LGBT adults living in Maine.
Bail is set at $10,000 for a Hancock man accused of assaulting a child.
Investigators are look for the cause of a fire that destroyed a garage in Orland.
The Appalachian Trail gets more than 3 million visitors every year.
The trial of a former Anson tax collector accused of stealing about $450,000 from the town began today in Skowhegan.