Investigators say they can’t pinpoint what started a fire that destroyed a camp in Summit Township.
An auction featuring thousands of pieces of equipment from Madison’s closed paper mill drew to a close Thursday.
AUGUSTA(AP) – The Maine-based maker of Fireball Cinnamon Whisky is worried about Gov.
Anyone who is more than ten years old remembers the feeling of walking into a video store on a Friday night and looking for that new release you’d been dying to see.
The Good Shepherd Food Bank’s mobile food truck stopped in Hermon today.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke wrapped up his visit to the Katahdin Region today.
Today is Elder Abuse Awareness Day and with one of the oldest populations in the country, Maine State officials want people to aware of the threat of elder abuse.
The annual Maine State Police awards were presented Thursday at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro.
The Animal Welfare Advisory Council meets throughout the year to discuss state legislation that affects animals as well as wildlife trends that impact pet and landowners.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – The Harold Alfond Foundation is helping to launch a network for cancer patients with a $10 million grant.
More than $11,000 in college scholarships are being awarded to Maine students thanks to Bangor Federal Credit Union.
The 16th Annual Garden Tour in the Bangor Area is fast approaching.
The 3rd annual Color 5K for ending hunger in Maine will be held at Old Town High School Saturday…and this time it will be all aglow.
A family friendly bicycle ride on Saturday will help raise money for the Schoodic Arts For All program.
It will be a carnival atmosphere in Waldoboro this weekend.
Maine has been granted another extension to comply with the Federal Real ID Act.
The father of a man tasered by Bangor police has settled a lawsuit he filed against the department for the death of his son.
Police say a man who is accused of committing a sexual assault and going into hiding last week is considered armed and dangerous.
(WMTW) Maine State Police arrested a New Jersey man who they said was clocked driving 139 mph on I-95.
Presque Isle Police are looking for a man they say went into hiding last week after allegedly committing sexual assault.