It’s almost April, so you may have taxes on your mind.
Students at the University of Maine are spreading awareness about Islamic faith this week.
Wednesday was a day to pause and give thanks to a group of people who dedicate their lives to saving others.
Communities across the state are trying to stop the spread of drug addiction through education.
A dog was shot and discarded on the side of the road in the western Maine town of Peru, authorities said.
A chase involving a man suspected of stealing a rental car ended Tuesday morning when the car crashed in Standish.
Merrymeeting Behavioral Services is closing for good, leaving 188 people without jobs, according to the Maine Department of Labor.
A push is on to abandon the caucus process and go back to a primary system in Maine after big crowds led to long lines at the presidential contests earlier this month.
Somerset County can’t be beat.
Police say a man from the Bangor area is in critical condition after rear-ending a semi truck on I-95 in Fairfield Saturday morning.
UPDATE: The driver has passed away.
School dances can be stressful on students and parents, too.
Police swarmed to a road off Route 22 in Buxton late Thursday night, but officials are not saying why.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The Maine House of Representatives has given initial approval to a proposal that would allow residents to vote on whether packages of foods produced from genetically modified organisms should be labeled.
A Penobscot man is dead after a head-on collision between the pickup he was driving and a tractor trailer in Bucksport.
A woman in Skowhegan says she has her freedom back after recently becoming blind.
It’s time to clean out the closets.
Who could have guessed a word like “menhaden” would take you to the nation’s biggest stage?
A group of Allagash Brewing Company employees, including founder Rob Tod, who were traveling in Belgium are safe after Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels.