Ten Maine communities are getting some assistance to help fight opioid addiction.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Naturopaths in Maine are rallying behind a bill designed to prevent insurers from discriminating against health care providers who are licensed by the state.
Brewer police have identified the man whose body was found in the woods near Walmart on Sunday.
Up and coming business minds with a chance to give their ideas a major boost Tuesday night in Orono.
Investigators say they can’t determine what started a house fire in Jefferson.
A Stockton Springs man is accused of threatening to kill a woman.
If you have electronics to get rid of, you might want to get to Waterville.
While many residents in Milford woke up to cooler temps Tuesday morning.
The town of Norridgewock kicked off Earth Day a few days early by celebrating the over $5 million in funding they have received from the USDA Rural Development Program to provide upgrades to their Waste Management Facilities.
Supporters of a bill that would allow women to pick up a year’s supply of birth control gathered in Augusta Tuesday.
A symposium on aging in the LGBT community will be held in Augusta.
A time-honored tradition in Maine was celebrated at the State House today.
A natural healing workshop is coming to Ellsworth.
Maine could become the 29th state in the nation to offer EMS license plates.
Charter schools were first established in Maine in 2011.
Shrink the number of schools through regionalization- that’s what Governor LePage says should happen with his education budget.
MONMOUTH, Maine (AP) — A library in the Maine town of Monmouth is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
BOSTON (AP) — The federal government is reporting that New England’s unemployment rate was lower than the national average last year.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Fishing regulators are starting the process of changing the way the East Coast scallop fishery is managed, with an eye toward avoid more conflicts between small- and big-boat fishermen.