PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The Nova Star ferry that runs between Portland, Maine, and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, is ending its first season a few weeks early.
Company officials said Monday that the ferry will depart Portland for the last time on Oct. 14 instead of Nov. 2, as originally planned.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s has released his first advertisement in the three-person race for Maine governor.
The ad titled “Our Governor” that was unveiled Monday features several Mainers, including Democratic and independent voters, highlighting LePage’s first-term accomplishments, like paying off a $400 million debt owed to Maine hospitals and enforcing one of the largest environmental fines in the state’s history.
BATH, Maine (AP) — A composite deckhouse for the second Zumwalt-class destroyer has arrived at Bath Iron Works in Maine.
The deckhouse and helicopter hangar built at a shipyard in Mississippi arrived by barge on Friday. The structure will house radar and sensors, along with the bridge and combat operations center.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Gas prices have gone up nearly 2 cents in Maine in the last week.
The average price of a gallon of gas in Maine on Monday was $3.51 a gallon, down 6.5 cents from one month ago, according to gasbuddy.com.
There’s an opportunity on 9/11 this week to help soldiers in need and honor those killed in action.
Searsport Emergency Services and the Searsport Lions are holding a Spaghetti Dinner on September 11th.
As part of the Union Street bridge project, exit 184 northbound on-ramp has been shutdown to traffic.
The northbound travel lane in that area will also be closed during the overnight hours.
The Maine Republican Party is asking Maine television stations to stop running a new ad from Democratic candidate Mike Michaud they say is deceptive.
In the ad, a headline is shown that appears to be from a newspaper touting a Michaud accomplishment. Republicans say the headline is a fabrication and the quote is from a press release sent from Cichaud’s Congressional office.
An excavator leveled all that was left of the Portside Grill in Bar Harbor.
Last Tuesday night, flames engulfed the building.
“We were here when it started actually. We were open and heard the fire trucks coming and I peeked out the door and there was just a little trickle of fire and in minutes it was just billowing smoke. Scary. It’s definitely a scary situation,” said Shawn Porter, owner of Little Village Gifts.
“The Muck” in Belfast, or Kirby Lake as it’s officially known, is in sad shape.
“It’s been sort of a dumping grounds for pet fish and other items,” said Belfast Director of Parks and Recreation Norm Poirier.
The Bar Harbor community has rallied together to help those affected by the fire at the Portside Grill.
Hotels have taken in tenants who lived above the restaurant, and money was collected for the victims, amongst many other things.
Maine Veteran’s Home in Bangor kicked off their residential care week with a wiffle ball game against the Air National Guard.
Staff from the veteran’s home took to the plate while residents looked on.
Four were taken to the hospital after a 2-car crash in Newport.
Newport Police say A car turned left to get onto Williams Road by Nokomis Regional High School road when it struck another vehicle head-on on Route 7.
The Maine Science Festival, to be held in Bangor this year, has announced it’s headlining guest.
Tony DeRose, a lead researcher at Pixar, will be talking about the science behind the movies.
For the sixth time in a month, Kennebec County deputies are investigating a pharmacy robbery, this time in Manchester.
We’re told a female entered the Rite Aid Saturday, threatened violence, and demanded drugs.
In January, we introduced you to Matt Dexter.
The then sophomore at the University of Maine was training for a coast to coast run in June.
Four thousand miles…all in the name of conquering cancer.
A plan to revitalize one Bangor neighborhood took a step forward Monday.
In a 7 -2 vote, the city council accepted a zoning change that paves the way for the Bangor Housing Development Corporation to begin construction of an apartment complex.
Organizers of last month’s American Folk Festival in Bangor say those who attended were generous with donations again this year.
They say the bucket brigade collected about $106,000.
That’s down about $16,000 from last year, but organizers say numbers in other areas have gone up.
New court documents reveal shocking details into the alleged abuse last month of a two-year old boy from Bangor.
According to the documents, the boy suffered second degree burns on his back and arms as well as burns and blisters on his feet after being put inside a clothes dryer.
A local photographer is giving people a chance to learn more about using drones for aerial photography.
Josh Gerritsen is offering a free program at the Lincolnville Community Library on Wednesday, September 10th at 7 p.m.
Investigators say a fire that destroyed a Machias home last week was intentionally set.
When crews arrived, they found flames at the rear of the house. They say the people who live there were not home at the time.