AUGUSTA - The legislature's Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee voting against Governor Paul LePage's proposal to allow bars to serve booze until 2 a.m. this summer.

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 13:24

Powdered Alcohol Ban Continues Forward

AUGUSTA - It doesn't look like powdered alcohol is coming to Maine.

LISBON -  He took his message to a town hall in lisbon.

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 12:03

Coast Guard Officer Permanently Reassigned

SOUTHWEST HARBOR - The officer in charge of a Coast Guard cutter than ran aground near the Petit Manan Bar last winter is permanently reassigned.

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 02:41

Witness At Scene of Stabbings Speaks

BANGOR - Amidst the horror of the day's events, one witness was inside the mall as the chaos played out.

BANGOR - Organs are a rarity in present-day congregations, but the members of Columbia Street Baptist Church in Bangor have been enjoying organ music for nearly a century. What's even more incredible perhaps, is that a single musician has been playing the keys for a majority of that time.

BANGOR - A rash of stabbings at the Bangor Mall late this morning sent two victims to the hospital. Tonight, a woman is behind bars in connection with the attacks.

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 21:46

Tips On Paying Back Student Loans

BANGOR- It's something many of us know all too well... the excitement of graduating college and beginning a career, followed by the dread that comes with paying back loans.

AUGUSTA - A bond before the appropriations committee today that would increase public transportation from Bangor to surrounding industry areas.

AUGUSTA - A bill before the Health and Human Services Committee today could make it mandatory for those seeking employment working with vulnerable populations to undergo internet-based background checks.

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 21:22

Getting Married in Maine Part II

OLD TOWN - Yesterday we brought you part one in a series on "Getting Married in Maine." Now in part two, we show how more couples are designing their weddings on a dime.

BANGOR - Those in Augusta continue to work on a state budget. The Appropriations Committee voting late Monday night to approve $50 million for public schools.

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 21:16

Beauty School Offers Free Treatments

BANGOR - Those at Empire Beauty School spent the day pampering some important fighters and survivors.

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