“Clearly, he’s not supposed to have those documents,” Jared Golden said at a Bangor Rotary Club event at Husson University.
Healthy Acadia and Impact Justice will hold a dinner and conversation about food justice in Maine’s prisons and jails on Tuesday, Aug. 30 at College of the Atlantic’s Beech Hill […]
Connor Clark, 24, was charged with conspiring to distribute and possessing with the intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Police said the suspects went into the EZ Mart Shell station on Main Street in Exeter, New Hampshire around 3:25 a.m.
Teams are being encouraged to share election information — such as registration deadlines — with their fan bases in the weeks leading up to Nov. 8.
ORONO – The Kiwanis Club of Orono-Old Town will host their 75th annual auction and yard sale at the end of August. This signature fundraiser supports local children’s projects and […]
“If [Trump] really wants to bring down the national temperature, he won’t just reach out to the DOJ, he will stop with this over-the-top rhetoric.”
Gretchen Legler will speak is a farmer, gardener, teacher, writer, lover of the natural world, and the author of three booklength works of nonfiction: “All The Powerful Things: A Sportswoman’s […]
The cuts are placing Arizona and Nevada under extraordinary pressure to plan for a hotter, drier future and a growing population.
PORTLAND — “There is such fulfillment in witnessing firsthand the joy and awe that radiates across the face of someone who has come to a new understanding of God.” The […]
DAMARISCOTTA – First National Bank is proud to announce the winners of its 14th annual Customer Photo Calendar Contest. Fifteen color photographs have been chosen from over 300 entries, and […]
Prosecutors said Jacob Fracker gave substantial cooperation against former Rocky Mount Police Sgt. Thomas Robertson.
“The areas around Ellsworth are something to be proud of. Keep up the good work!”
“Foster’s example to his community, and his personal example to those his office serves and prosecutes, matter.”
The strike comes as frustrations grow between the union and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art over contract negotiations.
“Once upon a time, the Nixon administration fought inflation by imposing price caps on lumber.”
The large colorful triptych mural was painted by Lithuanian immigrant Ben Zion Black in 1910.
“More good paying jobs for Black and Latino Americans is the road to national healing, expanding the tax base, reducing our debt, and shrinking income disparities.”
The leaders of the House Oversight and Homeland Security committees signaled they are willing to subpoena Inspector General Joseph Cuffari if he does not comply with their requests.
Hospice of Southern Maine has announced the launch of its “Grow Our Own” tuition reimbursement program to support healthcare workers looking to pursue their CNA (certified nursing assistant) certification or […]