In what has been a divided political climate, many are calling for a time of unity.
The Maine State Police are investigating the shooting death of a West Gardiner man Saturday morning.
The Greater Bangor Convention and Visitors Bureau kicked off a weekend filled with Maine made spirits Friday Night with Wine on the Waterfront.
Folks will gather in Brewer Monday to remember the freeing of slaves in the U.S.
Summer break is here, but things will be busy at a Hall-Dale Middle School in Farmingdale.
Many folks travel long distances for health care and between the travel and the price tag, it can take a toll.
Hundreds of law enforcement officers from across the state paid their respects to fallen Fryeburg Police Officer Nathan Desjardins at the Augusta Civic Center Friday.
Halfway through the month of June and the Waterville Humane Society has already taken in 134 cats- 50 of which came in on one day.
At the base of the Leonard Lake Dam, people have reported a large amount of dead alewives.
Maine lawmakers have submitted emergency legislation about how you can access burn permits.
Last Friday’s Special Olympics Parade was cancelled due to rain.
A transient from the Millinocket area has been arrested in connection with reported bomb threats made during mid-term elections Tuesday.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – A state known for a legacy of genteel politicians has resorted to borrowing tactics from Congress as budget talks stall ahead of a potential government shutdown.
Authorities say the body found in a burning car Sunday morning in Orrington was that of 38-year-old Robin Davis.
Bridging the cultural divide through art.
Teeing off to make miracles happen in Maine.
The Brewer Municipal Pool got quite the face lift.
Bail was set today for a man from Farmington accused of murdering his infant son nearly four decades ago.
A Maine man accused of killing a man and leaving a bloody knife stuck in the wall near the body is being committed to the state for psychiatric care.
The State Police dive team helped retrieve a submerged SUV from the St.