State lawmakers are debating a resolution to prevent unconstitutional referendum issues from appearing on Maine ballots.
Two months after fire ripped through Winthrop’s Post Office, a mobile mail van offers postal services in the parking lot.
Chief Bob Fitzsimmons of the Baileyville Police Department enjoys protecting the people of his hometown.
A lawyer for the Dakota the dog, which was given a last minute reprieve from being euthanized, is asking the judge to reconsider her to decision to have the dog put down.
School officials say Manchester Elementary School, which has been dealing with air quality issues since last fall, will remain open.
There is a bill going through Augusta to require presidential candidates to disclose five years of tax returns in order to get on ballots in Maine.
Maine lawmakers are working on a bill to make it easier for authorities to report immigration violations to the feds.
It’s training to help protect people who work for a living on the water.
One person is dead following a crash on Route 1A in Holden.
The governor and first lady are inviting everyone to visit the governor’s mansion as part of their annual food drive.
A Richmond man charged with manslaughter has pled not guilty for the beating death of his father.
Every Colby College student now has the opportunity to study abroad, thanks to a $25 million gift.
President Trump has proposed major cuts to federal environmental funding.
Across the nation, only the New York Police Department has more likes on its Facebook Page than Bangor PD.
A Fairfield man is accused of breaking into a house in Oakland last night and shooting his ex-girlfriend.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine lawmakers are pushing for a bill to allow electronic surveillance on lobster boats.
Maine has the lowest industrial energy costs in New England, at just over nine cents per kilowatt hour.
Authorities say one person has been killed in a crash on Route 1A in Holden.
A march and rally will be held in Orono on Saturday to coincide with the national “March For Science.”
It begins at noon on the UMaine Mall near Fogler Library.