Kids around the country go hungry every day.
Leaders on both sides of the ongoing discussion over a proposed new national park in the Katahdin region participated in a formal debate for the first time tonight.
Just in time for Father’s Day, the V.A.
Tomorrow morning you’ll have a chance to grab some donuts and coffee with local law enforcement.
A Houlton woman is accused of making meth in her apartment.
Students from the Leonard Middle School in Old Town presented a big check to Sarah’s House in Holden today.
Two graduates from the University of Maine could soon revolutionize the way you protect your family, and your home.
Augusta legislators in both the House and Senate gave initial approval to a $6.7 billion budget plan Tuesday night.
Augusta lawmakers say they’ve reached a bipartisan budget agreement that will prevent a state government shutdown.
A celebration and a new beginning to start the healing.
50 years ago, United States Vietnam veterans returned home.
Officials at the College of the Atlantic are looking into why a dead humpback whale ended up on the shore of Mount Desert Island.
Drug agents, along with State Police, say they busted a large-scale marijuana grow operation at a laundromat in western Maine owned by two brothers.
Senator Angus King and several of his collegaues have sent a letter to the president…urging him to begin the process of putting a woman on the twenty dollar bill.
It’s Day Two of the Maine Special Olympics summer state games in Orono.
Union nurses at Eastern Maine Medical Center have voted to authorize a strike, if no progress is made in contract negotiations with the hospital.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A nonprofit political organization led by Republican Gov.
A community is coming together to raise money for a charity that supports wounded veterans after someone stole thousands raised for the group.
Lawmakers are one step closer to making sure fewer kids in Maine go hungry.
A committee unanimously voted down Governor LePage’s request to let bars stay open later.