A milestone moment at the Cole Land Transportation Museum in Bangor Friday.
There’s a push to get unused drugs off the streets.
There’s a big snowmobile show under way at the Augusta Civic Center.
There’s been a change in the voting venue for residents of Orono.
A Troy couple is accused of running a meth lab out of their home.
A Brewer man running for city council is banned from several city buildings after his recent arrest.
A Rockland man who wanted to be able to have a gun in his apartment in public housing has lost his appeal in the state’s highest court.
City leaders in Augusta have agreed to spending $300,000 to help restore and reopen the historic Colonial Theater.
A wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of a man who was tasered by Bangor Police is back on track toward a trial.
A judge has found a Portland landlord not guilty of manslaughter in the deaths of six people in a fire in 2014.
“We’re losing millions of dollars in the state of Maine every year to these scams – money that could be going to health, education, public safety, money that should be staying local and helping local communities.
A scary start to the morning for a woman in Orono.
High levels of lead have been discovered in the water at Benton Elementary School, according to the Kennebec Water District.
Two people from New York City have been arrested and charged with selling drugs in Augusta.
One person had to be flown to the hospital after an SUV rolled over in T2-R9 Thursday.
A couple in Whiting will soon have a new roof over their heads thanks to the Maine Veterans Project.
Just 19 days to the election.
There’s a week long “Howl-o-ween” party at the Bangor Humane Society.
A big birthday for a college in Bangor.
“A lot of people are doing great things in little spots.