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.
Bear baiting can begin in Maine starting Saturday.
Eastern Maine Medical Center is going green.
Maine Public Broadcasting network is reporting the Lepage administration’s new texting policy went into effect yesterday.
The Brewer Eagles Club is hosting their first motorcycle ride fundraiser on Saturday.
Unity College is repurposing the former president’s home.
It’s your last chance to submit art to the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell.
Are you feeling a little out of the technology loop?
Rescuers used GPS coordinates to help a skydiver who went off course during a parachute drop and landed in a swamp in Lebanon.
The National Weather Service is confirming a tornado touched down yesterday in northern Maine….
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine Attorney General Janet Mills is launching a new public education campaign with a goal of curbing the state’s problem with painkiller abuse.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A Maine man who pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute heroin and fentanyl in Sanford is headed to prison.
Drivers are being detoured in Jackman because of a rolled over log truck on Route 201.
Food pantries in every county are going to be able to help more hungry Mainers this summer.
Four serious car accidents on Rt.