Denmark is often cited for its 25 percent use of wind energy. This can be misunderstood.
MILLINOCKET, Maine — From the moment he bought it in November 2007, Gary Eckmann saw that the McDonald’s restaurant off Route 157 required major work.
The nights are cool now, drawing the 15 alpacas out from their shelter each evening at Black Woods Farm. Unlike their native Peru, they could encounter a fox or a wandering moose on a chilly night in Maine, but the lure of colder temperatures wins out.
Runners and walkers alike are invited Sunday to participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure along the Bangor Waterfront.
BANGOR, Maine — With just one loss since the start of the 2006 season, the Lawrence High School football program isn’t accustomed to adversity.
BUCKSPORT, Maine — Size and status were no match for speed and quickness Friday night as Bucksport remained undefeated with a resounding 48-12 high school football victory over three-time …
Lewiston’s Laura Martel, the University of Maine women’s soccer team-leading goal scorer with three this season, has been lost for the season with a knee injury.
RICHMOND, Va. — Every game is important, but the conference games are where the most intense and meaningful competition comes.
Sedgwick native Dustin Urban, who began kayaking at the age of 12, recently finished third in the World Cup of Freestyle Kayaking.
The Maine Winter Sports Center will host its first Harvest Classic bike race and tour in Caribou on Sunday.
MILLINOCKET, Maine — The town of Millinocket hosted a festival last weekend.
But it was not an ordinary festival.
As summer begins to fade, I try to hold the good days we had in memory against the coming cold season.
First week of moose hunt starts Monday The waiting is over for many who’ve spent years waiting for their chance to embark on an adventure many call “the hunt of a lifetime.” Yes, it’s moose season again in Maine, and for the next six days, more than 1,000 permit-holders will head afield. For some, it […]
GREENVILLE, Maine — Selectmen signed a resolution this week supporting Plum Creek’s amended 30-year plan for its land in the Moosehead Lake region.
The paperwork alone takes up 35 file cabinet drawers in a state office building.
MILLINOCKET, Maine — First he was seen hanging around the softball fields at Stearns High School.
A few days later he was loitering between the town outdoor pool and the hockey rink, then the town basketball courts, but he didn’t really become bothersome until his presence on the field delayed the start of a girls field hockey game.
BANGOR, Maine — When breast cancer survivors are called to the stage during Sunday’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure ceremonies, one will stand out from the crowd.
BANGOR — A St. David man found out that he could run but not hide from federal drug charges.
Ben Dionne, 29, is back in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service after fleeing to Canada nearly two years ago.
UNITY, Maine — Common Ground Country Fair, which began its three-day run Friday, lives up to its name in many ways.
The University of Maine would receive $4.5 million for several national security research and development programs, including lightweight tent insert panels to provide protection to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Collins proposed several provisions that were included in the bill, such as $2.55 billion to fund several major military projects, including the building of destroyers and combat ships at Bath Iron Works.