Monday, 12 February 2018 15:23

Standoff suspect appears in court

ROCKLAND-A man accused of causing a police standoff in Rockland had just been released from jail.

ORONO - A local retirement community has opened a new wing offering specialized care with comfort and it is already making a difference in the lives of its new residents.

BANGOR - Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Instead of the usual chocolates and roses, we found a gift idea outside the box.

UPDATED: CORINNA - One man has died following a fatal snowmobile accident in Corinna. Around 5 p.m. emergency crews were called to a popular snowmobile trail off the Lincoln Mills Road.

WASHINGTON D.C. - A White House official with Maine ties has resigned amidst allegations of abuse.

Friday, 09 February 2018 20:21

L.L. Bean changes return policy

NATIONWIDE - L.L. Bean has decided to change its famous return policy.

MACHIASPORT- “I believe this governor wants his legacy to be that he's the governor that closed Downeast Correctional Facility,” said one upset employee.

BANGOR - From one aircraft to another, Staff Sergeant Eric Grass successfully connected the flying boom with the C5 aircraft, allowing him to transfer fuel from the KC-135 to the C5 at speeds of around 530 miles per hour in the sky.

"We're not up there in the market to bend metal, we're up there to pass gas," he says, giving a laugh afterward.

BANGOR - Bangor's Downtown Business Partnership has come up with an idea, 10 on the 10th,  to get more people to support local businesses during the colder months.

AUGUSTA - Some salaried employees earning less than $30,000 are eligible for overtime pay.

Friday, 09 February 2018 15:20

All Saints School helps local food pantries

BANGOR - Many excited and eager kids at the All Saints School are stepping up to help local food pantries.

Friday, 09 February 2018 14:48

Flu not slowing down in Maine

ROCKLAND (WGME) - The flu continues to spread across the country. Here in Maine the devastating illness shows no signs of slowing down. In the past week five more Mainers have died.

ELLSWORTH - The constant snow, ice, and frigid temperatures have taken a toll on infrastructure in Ellsworth.

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