Bangor’s planning board unanimously approved plans for a new apartment complex Tuesday night.
The Incubator Broadband Project has been approved in Ellsworth and now the development begins.
Summer tourism is booming in Maine, but not where you might think.
Wake up, get the bait, head out to the woods…
Kids in Brewer are building some very colorful creations this summer.
Kids in Brewer had a sweet summer day, but it wasn’t just because of the free ice cream.
An Alabama man who admitted to raping a child in Atkinson several years ago learned his fate Tuesday.
A Levant home was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon.
WINDHAM, Maine (AP) – The Maine Department of Corrections says state police are reviewing the death of a prisoner at the Maine Correctional Center in Windham.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine officials say the state’s jobless rate remained flat at 4.7 percent last month.
Business leaders announced a new program in Augusta Tuesday aimed at drawing attention to economic benefits of hunting.
The Department of Marine Resources is getting $264,516 for fish and lobster research off the Maine coast.
A dozen Maine colleges and universities will share more than $3.6 million in federal grant money.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine’s supreme court is fast-tracking the governor’s request to weigh in on whether 65 bills became law without his signature.
The Maine Supreme Court has denied a new trial for convicted child killer Dennis Dechaine.
A man from Freedom was killed and three people are in the hospital after a car crash Monday night in Troy.
After months of debate, Hampden’s Town Council voted to eliminate Saturday bus service in a 4-3 vote Monday night.
A group of Frankfort residents presented selectmen with a 243 signature petition Monday night, asking them to delay the sale of the town’s vacant elementary school.
Rowantrees Pottery in Blue Hill closed its doors in 2008 after 80 years in operation.
The man accused of going on a rampage Friday in Northern Maine appeared in court Monday.