Monday, 03 December 2018 22:36

Orono lights up the night for the holidays

ORONO - Some people in Orono getting into the holiday spirit Monday evening.

ORRINGTON -  A months long debate in Orrington came to a vote Monday night, as residents decided against a proposal for a new public safety building.

TROY - An electrical malfunction is being cited as the cause of fire that destroyed a house Sunday night.

BANGOR - A Hampden woman will spend the next 18 months in prison for operating a crack house.

AUGUSTA - In observance of the National Day of Mourning for President George H.W. Bush, Governor Paul Lepage has ordered all executive branch State of Maine offices to be closed on Wednesday.

BANGOR - A Lincoln man out on bail for drunk driving manslaughter charges that resulted in the death of a Millinocket teenager last year, will remain in jail for buying alcohol in violation of his bail conditions.

BANGOR - The alleged confession of a double murder suspect was thrown out of court on Monday during a suppression hearing and his trial date was set for mid-March.

BANGOR - For Christmas some may want to give a pet as a gift, but some experts say pet adoption should be thought through.

Monday, 03 December 2018 13:26

Early snow depleting city salt supply

BANGOR - It's been a busy November for Bangor's Public Works Director, Eric Willett.

Monday, 03 December 2018 05:17

Fire destroys Troy home Sunday night

TROY - A home is a total loss following a house fire in troy Sunday night.

Sunday, 02 December 2018 23:05

Anson home damaged after early morning fire

ANSON - A man and his dog are okay after a fire broke out at their Anson home early Sunday morning.

BANGOR - The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah started on Sunday.

 FRANKFORT  -  Snow-covered roads were blamed for a Sunday morning accident that sent a car skidding into Marsh Stream next to U.S. Route 1A.

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