The town of Houlton now has a marijuana ordinance.
Landscaping with a purpose creating a buzz in Portland Yesterday.
In Portland members of the group Homeless Voices For Justice held their annual summer solstice vigil in Tommy’s Park yesterday.
A home burned to the ground in Auburn Wednesday night.
Lawmakers are driving forward with a bill that would ban handheld devices while operating a vehicle.
Legislators are fighting about a three percent tax surcharge to fund public education.
A Lincoln man died in an explosion last night.
Police in Maine as well as New Hampshire are warning people about an aggressive panhandler who uses his bicycle in a dramatic way to get money.
A marijuana growing facility is moving in next door to a school in Richmond.
A woman is accused of faking a cancer diagnosis to scam the Bridgton Community out of thousands of dollars.
State house members voted yesterday to limit cell phone use while driving.
Today is the final official day of session in Augusta.
A Coast Guard officer received a medal yesterday for his role in a cliff rescue at Acadia National Park last October.
A Cumberland County judge denied Portland landlord Gregory Nisbet’s request for a new trial.
The acting director of the Maine Audubon will soon be the permanent director.
A bill to prohibit employers from seeking information about a prospective employee’s prior wage history passed in the House yesterday.
State Lawmakers are facing the possibility that their lack of consensus on a budget will lead to a state government shutdown at the end of next week.
The Attorney General in multiple states are combining their efforts to investigate the practices of opioid manufacturers.
Maine’s plan to, again, increase the number of deer hunting permits in the state is up for a public hearing this week.
A large tanker caught fire on the Maine Turnpike early Sunday morning.