The bodies of Russell and Lois Swanson, both 89, were found inside their home on Swetts Pond Road on Wednesday morning.
High levels of PFAS in deer have been detected in several states, including Michigan and Maine, prompting “do not eat” advisories.
A body was discovered at a Shore Road home on Monday morning by a friend who stopped by the residence, according to officials.
Rep. Jared Golden plans to present a bill that would withhold any future funding for the Monterey Bay Aquarium and its programs.
Between 2011 and April 2022, the university system paid Huron Consulting Group at least $1.46 million for its consulting services.
“We live in a world of choices, and in such a world schools like USM no longer fulfill their purpose and should be avoided.”
GORHAM — Much like they did 50 years ago, parishioners filled the pews of St. Anne Church in Gorham to celebrate the place that is their spiritual home. “I just […]
“With the closure of the Jay mill, Sappi will be only one of five major mills remaining in the state.”
Law enforcement had erected a barricade at the intersection of Dow and Swetts Pond roads Wednesday morning.
“A new season and pace offers an opportunity to see these very familiar places with new eyes,” Sara Sindo writes.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania — Beginning in late October, the Northeastern Regional Field Office of USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will be conducting the Potato Acreage and Disposition survey. The results of […]
Erik Gundersen, who has led the Office of Marijuana Policy since its inception, will step down from that post Friday.
Paul LePage took an aggressive tack in the debate, calling Janet Mills a liar while he was the one who had to be checked on facts.
She is passionate about bringing critical thinking back to the classroom BANGOR — Sarah Taylor is a plant biologist with experience in agriculture, horticulture, and arboriculture. Joining Beal University’s faculty […]
The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife’s website for the permit sale was down Wednesday morning.
Under the policy, social media can be used in the classroom only if approved by administrators and it sets limits for personal use.
Assistant Attorney General John Risler said the 3-year-old had bruises all over his arms and legs and cuts on his face covered by stick-on tattoos.
One apparent cause for the rise in trash dumping is the expense of Waterville’s pay-as-you-throw waste system.
MaineHealth’s Portland-based long COVID clinic hasn’t accepted patient referrals since the beginning of September.
That call unraveled an international murder-for-hire plot tied to a potentially lucrative — yet troubled — oil deal.