Scott Fenstermaker has been ordered to withdraw from his caseload of more than 100, straining an already struggling indigent legal service.
They continued to yell as a judicial marshal escorted them from the courtroom.
Concerned Citizens of Hermon will either take out recall petitions or wait to advance its own candidates for the June election.
Bangor has until Dec. 31, 2024, to allocate the relief funds, and the money needs to be spent by Dec. 31, 2026.
A Northern Light employee of 30 years, Scott Oxley became president of Acadia Hospital, Bangor’s psychiatric hospital, in 2017.
The release of Gov. Janet Mills’ two-year budget today will kick off a likely contentious negotiation process.
It may be smaller than an M&M, but this sea snail is creating a big headache for Maine seaweed farmers.
The 6,500-square-foot retreat on the shores of Craig Pond in Orland nearly broke a Maine real estate record last month when it was sold.
Four in 10 Maine children with asthma live in homes where gas is used for cooking.
Once a popular hotel, restaurant and night spot, the Presque Isle Inn & Convention Center was at the center of controversy.
“The Gift” is a chronicle of a September moose hunting expedition into northwestern Aroostook County.
The boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams will be made up of athletes from Houlton, Hodgdon and Southern Aroostook schools.
UMaine will face FIU on Sept. 2, and then North Dakota State on Sept. 9.
“No one wants to watch a 71-9 game, not even the coach of the team that wins 71-9.”
Monarch butterflies were categorized as endangered last summer, and were added to the “red list” of threatened species.
BDN Outdoors Editor Pete Warner is finally tackling an item on his bucket list, and enrolling in a six-week fly-tying course in Brewer.