A federal judge says he’s standing by a decision to dismiss a lawsuit by the owners of a burned down Bass Harbor restaurant against some of the responding firefighters.
A man from Camden, arrested with a loaded handgun and accused of assaulting a family member, is going to jail for eight months.
Acadia National Park is encouraging fourth graders to visit the park – for free.
You can run or walk this weekend to remember a well-rounded Central Maine teen.
The Kennebec Valley Humane Society wants your help.
The Northern Border Regional Commission will award over $1,000,000 to projects in Maine.
Maine’s governor has written to President Barack Obama and the state’s congressional delegation to oppose two national monument proposals in the state.
Police say an apparent home invasion in Rockland early Tuesday morning ended with the resident shooting the suspected intruder.
Lives lost to addiction were remembered in Augusta Monday night.
A sharp rise in the number people using the Appalachian Trail is causing more problems along the trail than ever.
BAR HARBOR, Maine (AP) — The National Park Service is opening a new campground that will be part of Acadia National Park.
600 students packed into the Alexander Field House at Maine Maritime Academy to take part in a special ceremony.
The Medical Examiner’s office has determined an Augusta man found dead in China Lake on Saturday drowned.
Growers expect to see a strong apple-picking season throughout New England.
A Virginia man who went missing in Baxter State Park for three days is recovering in a Millinocket hospital.
The Windsor Fair is underway with all the food, petting zoos, and rides one can handle.
Two people were taken to hospitals after a head-on collision in Frankfort Monday afternoon.
The shutdown of a paper machine in Lincoln will result in layoffs at Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC.
Bangor Police are investigating vandalism in the downtown area during the weekend.
Last year, we introduced you to a Glenburn man who completed a project for a class at Dartmouth.