Five people have been arrested in connection with a massive IRS impersonation scheme.
Governor LePage has joined officials from 10 other states in suing the Obama administration over a new directive about transgender students in public schools.
A man has been killed in a crash in Gardiner.
“I think the waterfront is becoming more of a destination for more people,” said Bob Cutler, owner of Grammy’s Grilled Cheese.
There’s quite the buzz at Maine-ly Apples Orchard this time of year.
A kindergarten teacher at St.
An outdoor event in Ellsworth this weekend will support breast cancer awareness.
Husson University is investing in virtual reality thanks to a $1,000,000 anonymous donation.
A Brewer business is offering a free service to veterans.
New details have emerged about the hiker who was found dead off the Appalachian Trail in Maine after she had been missing for two years.
Police around the state are warning parents about a new scam.
A man accused of helping cash nearly $21,000 worth of checks stolen from a home in Stockton Springs has admitted to the crime.
As part of New Balance’s Spark Start global volunteer week, workers from the shoe manufacturing’s Skowhegan site got to work today.
A registered sex offender from Bingham is accused sexually assaulting a woman after he went to her house to ask about a vehicle for sale.
A man who killed two nuns and severely injured two others in Waterville 20 years ago wants more freedom – with a move into a supervised apartment.
A former high school softball coach in Searsport accused of sending suggestive text messages to one his players has pleaded not guilty.
A man from Skowhegan accused of assaulting a female acquaintance and a female family member has pleaded not guilty.
Governor Paul R.
MADISON, Maine (AP) — The Madison Paper Industries mill has ceased production.
On Tuesday in Bangor it means it’s time to support a local business. The second and sometimes fourth Tuesday to be exact.