Wednesday, 17 April 2019 20:28

Libertarians hold tax protest in Ellsworth

ELLSWORTH - Some people from the state's Libertarian Party held a state tax protest Wednesday in Ellsworth.

AUGUSTA - With prescription drug prices soaring nationwide, Maine's lawmakers have come up with three different bills to get Mainers affordable medication.

AUGUSTA - A bill that would give public workers, like teachers and municipal employees, the right to strike is creating a stir in the state capital.

BANGOR - More than a dozen homeless people camping on Bangor city property were told Wednesday it's nearly time to move.

HANCOCK COUNTY - A 23-year-old Richmond man faces attempted murder charges after allegedly shooting his father over the weekend.

AUGUSTA - In situations of life or death, victims of domestic or sexual assault need available resources to break the cycle of violence.

Wednesday, 17 April 2019 18:00

Visa shortage impacts local businesses

BAR HARBOR - Billions of dollars come into Maine every year through the tourism industry, but a cap on H-2B visas means some local businesses don't have enough hands for this summer.

Wednesday, 17 April 2019 15:57

Mills' school naloxone plan stirs debate

AUGUSTA (WGME) - Gov. Janet Mills' plan to supply the state's middle and high schools with the overdose antidote drug naloxone is generating some debate.

BANGOR - The manslaughter trial of a man accused of killing his then-girlfriend's infant son continued Wednesday at the Penobscot Judicial Center.

BANGOR - A manhole replacement project will affect travel on Falvey Street on Wednesday.

Wednesday, 17 April 2019 10:28

Sewer work underway on Buck Street

BANGOR - Sewer line repairs will affect traffic on Buck Street on Wednesday.

BANGOR - More people than ever are looking into using shipping containers as buildings.

BAR HARBOR - It's National Autism Awareness Month and more than 100 people took to the streets of Bar Harbor Tuesday to support the cause.

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