A Milbridge man is accused of stealing nearly $19,000 from the US Cellular store where he worked.
35-year-old Trenton Willey is charged with theft of services.
Ellsworth Police say he worked at the Ellsworth store for a couple of years. They say he credited the money to his own account from January to July.
Bangor residents and business and property owners are invited to a community forum.
The Downtown Bangor Partnership is hosting the “town hall” meeting at Bangor Public Library’s Lecture Hall.
It’s to discuss topics relevant to the downtown’s continued growth. West Market Square renovations and downtown parking included.
It’s the first full day of fall, which also means winter isn’t too far away. A new business that’s just opened in Frankfort is hoping for a lot of snow in the coming months.
East Millinocket town leaders have decide to wait on pursuing any liens against Great Northern Paper Company to try to get back some of the money owed to the town.
The mill, which shut down in February, is overdue on paying more than $658,000 for 2014, with a bill for more on the way.
You can get rid of prescription drugs in Bangor tomorrow.
Penobscot Community Health Center is hosting a medication take-back day at their Union Street location.
You can bring any unused, unwanted, or expired prescription drugs. Local police will be there to safely dispose of them.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Key Maine lawmakers are calling for a full investigation into the state-run Riverview Psychiatric Center following a newspaper article alleging abuse of patients by workers.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The suspect in a weekend stabbing in Augusta has been taken into custody after a brief standoff with police.
Deputy Chief Jared Mills says officers acting on a tip went to an apartment on Cedar Street at about 7:30 p.m. Monday and knocked on the locked door.
ORRINGTON, Maine (AP) — A Brewer woman injured in a hit-and-run crash in Orrington earlier this month has died, and authorities are looking into whether the other driver should be charged.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine Gov. Paul LePage is helping kick off the state employees and retirees’ annual charity fundraiser.
The Republican governor will join with state workers at the Statehouse Hall of Flags on Tuesday to mark the beginning of the Maine State Employees’ Combined Charitable Appeal.
ACTON, Maine (AP) — A Maine jury has found a former Acton town official guilty of 19 counts of income, sales and use tax evasion.
Attorney General Janet T. Mills says the eight-day trial ended with a guilty verdict for 67-year-old Richard Weymouth. He was elected to several terms on Acton’s budget committee and road committee. He also worked for the town plowing roads.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler is launching an attack on the environmental records of his opponents.
Cutler, an independent, is running against Republican Gov. Paul LePage and Democratic Rep. Mike Michaud. He says LePage has “demonstrated outright disregard” for environmental protection, and Michaud’s record is “at best uneven.”
ORONO, Maine (AP) — First lady Michelle Obama is coming to Maine to campaign for Democrat Mike Michaud in the governor’s race.
The Michaud campaign said Monday that Mrs. Obama and Michaud will appear together Oct. 3 at the University of Maine. They’ll be joined by Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Cecile Richards.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The University of Maine System will ask lawmakers in Augusta for more funding in order to maintain a freeze on tuition rates.
The proposal unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees on Monday calls for increases in state funding from the current $176.2 million to $182.2 million for fiscal year 2016, and $189.1 million for fiscal year 2017. If approved by the Legislature and governor, the system will be able to maintain for an additional two years a tuition freeze that’s been in place since the 2012-13 school year.
PALMYRA, Maine (AP) — Police say excessive speed is to blame for a car crash in Palmyra that took the life of a St. Albans man.
State police say 51-year-old Earl Hanson died when he lost control of his car, left the road and struck a utility pole at about 2:30 p.m. Monday.
Governor LePage says he’s leaning toward not participating in any debates this fall in the race for the Blaine House. The Republican incumbent made the comment Monday during an interview with WMTW political reporter Paul Merrill. He met with Governor LePage at the Portland Public Library to shoot an interview for a candidate profile piece that is scheduled to air next month. As they were wrapping up, Merrill asked the governor about the station’s scheduled gubernatorial debate when the governor made the announcement.
The University of Maine welcomed a special guest earlier this evening.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Syria, Robert Ford, discussed ongoing conflicts in Syria and the Middle East.
He shared experiences from his time in Syria, including his work with opposition forces during the state’s civil war.
After recent riots involving UMaine students on off-campus residences, Town of Orono officials are looking to make changes to property ordinances.
The council meeting Monday night addressed the disorderly property and fee for police services ordinances.
The University of Maine System board of trustees is planning to shut down its Bangor office.
The vice chancellor made the proposal at a trustees meeting at the University of Maine at Fort Kent on Monday.
Soak up the last minutes of summer.
It’s officially fall at 10:29pm Monday.
“We love the fall. We love Halloween. What are you going to be for Halloween?, Kae Cooney of Brewer asks her 4-year-old daughter Lucy. “A fairy princess,” she responds.