If you’ve been in downtown Bangor recently, you’ve probably seen painters along the sidewalks.
Husson University has teamed up with the Eaton Peabody law firm to launch a program to help small business owners.
There was a discussion in Bangor today about food security and the minimum wage for Maine.
The 5th Annual Bangor Walks to End Abuse took place today.
The 14th annual Pumpkins in the Park is happening Sunday.
Community projects around the state are warming houses and hearts.
‘Jobs for Maine’s Graduates’ partners with schools and businesses to offer results-driven solutions to ensure all Maine students graduate and pursue meaningful careers.
In January, the Department of Health and Human Services proposed rules to change the way resources are allocated for services for adults with developmental disabilities.
A New Hampshire man was killed early this morning after being struck by a van in Augusta.
There’s a creepy Halloween tour coming up at the L.C.
Veterans experiencing homelessness will have a chance to get help this weekend.
A thirteen year old boy escaped a fire that destroyed his family’s home in Farmington yesterday.
A man from Rockland accused of trying to strangle a 12-year-old boy has pleaded guilty.
A state licensing board is issuing various penalties and fines for three healthcare providers.
Two drivers are accused of causing a collision while street racing in Levant.
A teenage driver has been charged in connection with a crash last week involving 10 vehicles, York police said.
A judge has reached a verdict in the manslaughter trial of Gregory Nisbet.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – The state auditor has notified Maine Gov.
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As a part of their fire prevention efforts members of the Lincoln Fire Department got to work in a much different capacity Tuesday evening.