Firefighters worked to contain flames inside a vacant home in Hudson, as part of a training exercise, Tuesday night.
A federal judge will hear arguments about whether the merger of two paper mill companies with investments in Maine was in the public interest.
An Augusta Civic Center worker has sued the city, claiming discrimination.
Kids are getting ready to head back to school.
“It just shouldn’t be a pasture.
There will be a funeral next week for a Dexter man killed in Afghanistan.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Democratic legislative leaders are taking Maine Gov.
The University of Maine at Augusta is getting over $2,000,000 over the next five years to help students in need.
Simpson Memorial Library in Carmel is getting a new addition.
A dump truck collided with a car in Palmyra Tuesday.
The Bangor Land Trust held a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday for two newly constructed condos.
A Pittsfield man has admitted to raping a 13-year-old girl.
State and federal officials toured a Waterville paper plant that just won a major bid to produce compostable lunch plates.
A non-profit theatre company in Waterville is shutting its doors.
Senator Angus King gathered federal leaders in Brewer Tuesday to tackle the growing epidemic of heroin and prescription addiction in Maine.
A new exhibit at the Maine State Museum in Augusta pays tribute to a late elementary school student made famous for a letter to a Soviet leader seeking peace.
Voters in Deer Isle and Stonington will vote on the school budget for the fourth time next week.
A Rockport man charged in a deadly hit and run has pleaded not guilty, according to the Knox County District Attorney’s Office.
Maine’s department of health and human services will use more than $3-million in welfare savings to help older Mainers who’ve been waiting for services.
Maine Democratic leaders were in Orono Monday to address the growing financial burden college students are facing.