AUGUSTA - The Maine house standing its ground on a bill, which supports bringing passenger rail service back to the Bangor area.

OLD TOWN - An Old Town Middle School student is arrested after a drug deal that led to a lock down at the school.

HERMON - Connor White suffers from autism and has been selected to participate in a stem cell therapy program located in the country of Panama.

ORONO - According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, 9 out of 10 Americans are confused by the dates listed on their food products. And they estimate that the average family is throwing away as much as $450 in perfectly good food each year.

AUGUSTA - A public hearing today for a bill that would legalize marijuana in Maine, tax sales of the drug, and regulate the industry.

BANGOR - The murder trial of 32 year old Christopher Saenz continues-- day 3 revealing that he had used drugs just before his wife's death on Christmas Day 2013.

Wednesday, 20 May 2015 20:56

Fundraiser Benefits Children's Hospital

BANGOR - You may have noticed some longer than usual lines at area Dunkin Donuts on Wednesday.

SURRY - Not guilty. That's the verdict today in the trial of a Surry man who was charged with manslaughter.

Wednesday, 20 May 2015 20:50

Boardwalk Hopefully to Reopen in June

ORONO - Officials with the Orono Bog Boardwalk say it will be a bit longer until it opens for the season.

PROSPECT- Four phones were recently installed on either end of the Penobscot Narrows Bridge. The National Alliance on Mental Illness teamed up with the Maine Department of Transportation and the Maine Suicide Prevention Program to make it happen.

Wednesday, 20 May 2015 19:26

EMMC To Host First Rheumatology Symposium

BANGOR  – Eastern Maine Medical Center Rheumatology Specialists is holding a rheumatologic diseases symposium for healthcare providers from across the region on May 22 in Bangor.

BOWDOINHAM - State Police are seeking the whereabouts of a  kayak taken along Interstate 295 near Bowdoinham-Topsham yesterday afternoon. 

GUILFORD - It's a day a group of fourth graders from Guilford won't forget.

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