Build your own fairy house this weekend at Brown’s River Walk in Dover-Foxcroft.
For the first time, you can be a pirate and a pixie this weekend in the Bucksport area.
Hundreds of Mainers are flocking to the water in search of loons this weekend.
A man from Old Town who was one of the oldest radio personalities in the nation has died.
Toby Keith is coming to Bangor next week, and recognizing our armed forces.
Go back to the ancient Greek and Roman ages this Saturday in Stonington.
People in Lincoln can breathe a little easier this evening.
U.S senators again saying yes to September 25th being National Lobster Day.
One person was taken to the hospital after a crash in Frenchville involving a car and ATV.
Calling all Mainers: if your car has a Maine loon license plate, you’re entitled to some perks this Sunday.
Want to go back in time?
“It’s an airplane but we’re on the ground, so we will walk away,” said Anthony Campbell, an Air Force Junior ROTC instructor at Brewer High School.
Heroin and fentanyl overdoses continue to grab headlines, but methamphetamine is still a problem for law enforcement in Maine.
Starting December 1, workers and employers can expect some big changes to wages.
The mother of a three-year-old boy learned Monday that her son was walking through traffic, instead of inside at daycare.
Supporters of peace and racial justice are holding a vigil in Bangor Wednesday night.
The Rockland Police Department received a major grant Monday that will go toward fighting drug addiction in Knox County.
The coastal weather was not very cooperative Saturday for the couple thousand people turning out for Arts in the Park.
Maine drug agents arrested four people in Winthrop for heroin trafficking across Kennebec County.
Students from across the state are getting hands-on education this summer with a flying robot – an underwater flying robot, that is.