As the weather gets warmer, veterinarians in our area have a warning for horse owners–get your animals vaccinated.
Over 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students participated in UMaine’s Annual Student Symposium, which organizers say has doubled since last year.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine and Massachusetts will host hearings about potential changes to the East Coast squid fishery.
(AP) — Gas prices are still inching up in northern New England.
Fire crews in Augusta are at the scene of a structure fire at an apartment building on Mt.
You’re invited to the Great Chili Cook-off at Searsport High School Wednesday night, April 26th.
A three-part series on alcohol and drug addiction will take place at the Southwest Harbor Public Library, starting this Wednesday night, April 26th.
Folks looking for work in the Mid-Coast area are invited to attend a spring hiring fair Tuesday, April 25th.
May 1st is Law Day.
A new bill in Augusta is centered around the state run welfare to work program.
Soon, more Maine kids will rock.
Maine veterinarians say horse owners should vaccinate their animals as soon as possible.
Fixing challenges in the state’s workforce–that’s the focus of a new task force of lawmakers and business and education officials.
The US Department of Agriculture is giving the town of Norridgewock $5 million in grants and loans to make improvements to wastewater infrastructure.
Firefighters around from around the state gathered at Winslow High School Sunday for a two day training seminar.
Belfast Police officers treated a couple of lost goats to a ride around the neighborhood.
On Friday we watched as a Husson University student seriously injured in a crash was reunited with the LifeFlight crew who helped save his life.
The Rotary Club of Bangor is celebrating an incredible milestone this year.
Aging in the LGBT community was the subject of a two day symposium held in Augusta on Sunday.
Thomas College held a race for its students and the community in Waterville.