“I’ve been involved in this business all my life, to one degree or another.”
Barry Gass runs Gass Horse Supply & Western Wear in Orono – taking the reigns after his father, and his grandfather before that.
The Maine Veterans Project works tirelessly to help veterans in need.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Sen.
HAMPTON, New Hampshire (AP) — New England fishermen of food fish like cod and haddock say they fear they will have to start paying the cost of at-sea monitors before the issue goes to trial.
A Biddeford landlord accused of shooting and killing two tenants in December 2012 changed his plea to guilty on Wednesday.
A Monroe man is going to prison for fifteen months for social security fraud.
Investigators say there’s too much damage to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed a home in Detroit Monday night.
Accounting students at UMaine are practicing what they’ve learned in the classroom.
Folks in Pittsfield will be focusing on heart health this weekend.
A day of winter fun is planned in Orland this weekend – with or without snow.
The warm weather is playing a trick on Maine’s maple trees and sap is already starting to run.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Public health advocates and lawmakers say Maine needs to move quicker to implement stricter lead poisoning standards that became law last year.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Young women named Hard Dash, Kill Any and Betty B.
Interstate fishing regulators have decided to hold off on starting the process of crafting a plan to try to preserve the dwindling southern New England lobster stock.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine’s two U.S.
Waterville City Council gave initial approval to selling part of a downtown parking area to Colby College during a meeting Tuesday night.
A bill that would increase funding for the state agency tasked with expanding broadband access to rural Maine is advancing in the state legislature.
Fire destroyed a home in Detroit.
“I get a lot of stares and awkward looks at first.”
This is a typical reaction when strangers meet Travis Mills, a veteran and quadruple amputee.
An Indian Township man and about ten supporters rallied in front of the District Attorney’s Office in Machias Tuesday.