Postal workers in Portland have been instructed to prioritize Amazon packages over first-class mail.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a lower court was justified in blocking the suspension of Aela Mansmann.
Jon David Gleason, 42, died at the scene.
It’s similar to a pledge Gov. Janet Mills made in September.
ORONO — University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H is hosting a virtual fun run along the Maine coastline Aug. 15–Sept. 15. The event is open to the public. Help ME Conquer the Maine Coastline is a virtual run, walk and bike along all 3,478 miles of Maine’s coastline. The event includes an interactive map to […]
EAST MILLINOCKET — Does COVID-19 have you feeling down, are you out of work or just looking for a change? How about trying something new? Ever thought about going to college, but wondered if it was right for you, you are not alone. That is why the University of Maine System offers Osher New Beginnings […]
If sports are your escape — if competition is your diversion from this grim reality — then you can agree with these three words: Best. August. Ever.
FAIRFIELD — The Kennebec Valley Council of Governments (KVCOG) is pleased to announce a new addition to our lineup of environmental management programs. Through a new partnership with Apparel Impact, a textile recovery and recycling company based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, KVCOG will begin the implementation of 12 new collection points in nine communities throughout […]
The crash happened Wednesday evening after a speeding southbound car crossed into the opposite lane on Route 102 in Somesville.
MILBRIDGE — Women for Healthy Rural Living (formerly the Women’s Health Resource Library) has selected this year’s recipient of the Elaine Hill Nursing Scholarship. Maggie Perry of Gouldsboro, a senior at Husson University, has been awarded $2,500 toward her nursing education. Perry, a graduate of Sumner High School, has accepted a partnership position at Maine […]
No new deaths were reported Friday, leaving the statewide death toll at 124.
Many employers have been reluctant or unable to hire, with about two-thirds of the nation having paused or reversed reopening plans early last month.
The White House and Democrats are far apart on virus aid talks, and there is danger that no deal will be made.
The executive board of the Lewiston Education Association requested that remote learning continue until several concerns are addressed.
Waldoboro currently leases its blueberry fields at Quarry Hill to a commercial blueberry company, but that could soon change.
Much of the trail travels through a beautiful forest, filled with large trees, mushrooms and boulders.
Izayha Walsh, 19, was charged with gross sexual assault.
Susan Collins said it will provide assistance to low-income and first-generation colleges students in Maine.
At least 1,529 people were without power in Lubec early Friday morning.
That comes after