An organization with a mission to end childhood hunger in the state is backing a bill that would require the Department of Education to create an online application for free and reduced-priced meals.
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Officials are trying to identify a body found burned beyond recognition inside a tent at a homeless camping site in South Portland, Maine.
There’s a new rehab program for multi-family housing.
A big donation to a Maine youth program.
A gold star parent is being honored for his faithful volunteerism with Wreaths Across America.
A much-needed partnership, say members of the Eastern Maine Development Corporation and Our Katahdin.
Is Dakota the dog’s life saved?
Maine’s ice fishing season will last another two weeks because of the winter-like conditions still gripping the area.
There’s a push in Augusta to punish people who lie during legislative hearings.
Legislators in Augusta will deal with bills related to domestic violence today.
A student at Winthrop Middle School gets a surprise visit from her hero after winning an essay contest where she wrote about him.
Governor LePage saving a life tonight; the life of Dakota the dog.
AUBURN, Maine (AP) — City records show that a former Auburn, Maine, pulp mill sold for $7 million below its assessed value to a Texas company that is considering using the site for growing medical marijuana.
A man from Skowhegan is accused of having child porn.
Governor LePage is taking action when it comes to Maine’s elimination of the tip credit.
A position created after the deadly Noyes Street fire in Portland, in order to crack down on fire code inspections, has been eliminated by the city.
A public hearing took place yesterday on a proposal to allow slot machines, or a casino, in York County.
Maine brewers and an Icelandic shipping company are partnering up.
Senator Collins is co-sponsoring the Wounded Veterans Recreation Act.
Prosecutors will not seek charges against a police officer involved in a crash that killed a pedestrian last year.