Once the go-to department store, now Sears says there is “substantial doubt” that it will be able to keep its doors open.
A Winslow man received national recognition in March for his sharp shooting.
Finalists in the Maine Credit Union’s 6th Annual Sound-Off Music Competition auditioned live for judges in Brewer.
An annual celebration of Vietnam veterans and their families took place at the Togus campus in Augusta Thursday.
A Wales man busted in January for allegedly using jumper cables to steal electricity hasn’t learned his lesson, according to police.
Before showcasing their talents to a large crowd in Bangor, the Harlem Globetrotters sent one of their own to visit some children at Eastern Maine Medical Center.
Every two years, Maine’s Permanent Commission on the Status of Women releases a report to inform lawmakers on issues that impact women and girls in our state.
An Augusta is facing drug charges after police found heroin in his home.
Governor LePage held his latest town hall in Gorham last night.
Lewiston police are searching for the person who fired shots at a green street apartment building Tuesday night.