– Republican Donald Trump is heading to Portland, a liberal city in a state where the Republican presidential candidate has a chance to score an electoral vote.
KITTERY, Maine (AP) — A Coast Guard cutter seized more than $50 million worth of cocaine during a two-month deployment to the Pacific Ocean.
A team of cyclists is biking nine states in 11 days.
Aspiring astronauts at the Challenger Learning Center in Bangor had their questions answered by a space expert Friday.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Campaigners who want to legalize marijuana in Maine are opening their headquarters in the state’s largest city.
WEST BOOTHBAY HARBOR, Maine (AP) — Larry the Lobster gained fame after it was spared from a boiling pot in Florida, but Maine officials say the crustacean didn’t make it to retirement.
Energy, education and reducing income taxes were some of the topics Gov.
Officials say a convenience store owner likely saved a woman’s life following a crash at his store in Freeport on Wednesday.
Jay Brainard is a hometown hero to people in Newport and Atkinson.
Maine State Police are asking for help in solving a hit-and-run.
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Maine State Police say seat belts likely prevented serious injures from a head-on crash Tuesday in Dayton.
Two men are recovering after being stabbed during a fight in Bath Monday night, according to police.
DENMARK, Maine (AP) — Maine State Police say a man was seriously injured when he tried to round up a neighbor’s bull that wandered into his yard.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A new Maine law is about to take effect that requires the installation of locked boxes on state ferries to allow for transportation of medical samples.
According to the Portland Press Herald, a leaked memo from Governor Lepage’s top adviser suggests the governor wants to cut as many as 1,700 state jobs in his next budget proposal.
Everyone is welcome to this weekend’s Christmas in July Toy Run.
Sen. Angus King held his fifth round table on the topic of heroin and opioid addiction today in Bangor.
ORONO, Maine (AP) — The federal Department of Education is giving nearly $800,000 to Maine public universities to provide help for low-income and first-generation students who want to go to college.