SKOWHEGAN — A bicyclist was taken to the hospital Friday afternoon after he was hit by a car in the parking lot of Beverage Mart on North Avenue.
WATERVILLE -- Investigators have rescheduled a meeting with the mother of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds.
IN CANAAN, Thursday at 9:15 p.m., a motor vehicle fire was extinguished on Hinckley Road.
SKOWHEGAN -- Eaton Mountain Ski Area opened for snow tubing Friday, a year after the owner was injured and forced to close the mountain.
FARMINGTON -- A new downtown area tax is being proposed to help fund downtown development projects.
WATERVILLE -- A winter storm jump-started the cross-country ski season at Quarry Road Recreation Area on Friday, but the park will soon be snow-covered every winter regardless of fickle weather patterns.
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Senate passed a $60 billion disaster relief bill Friday that includes funding to support struggling groundfishing fleets in Maine and other northeastern states.
Health officials say those who still need certain drugs to treat addiction won't be cut off entirely, even as a legislative bill aims to cut off treatment for some.
GARDINER -- Owners of a soon-to-open restaurant hope their new eatery, and their improvements to an unpopular public walkway, will draw more people and businesses downtown.
I miss John Boehner. I miss Harry Reid, "Plan B" and Eric Cantor. I even miss Donald Trump and Mitt. I miss the terrible anxiety of the fiscal cliff, and the push and shove of the hordes rushing through the mall. This week I pulled back the sheets to reveal that I am not only a political junkie, but an unabashed stress junkie.
Advocacy groups for the elderly, mentally ill, substance abusers and the poor were bracing for the impact Friday of Gov. Paul LePage's order to cut $35.5 million in state spending to keep the current state budget balanced.
GARDINER -- The headquarters of Everett J. Prescott Inc. could have moved in 2003 from the city where it was founded in 1955.
Family spokesman says Bush's conversations with doctors and nurses at Methodist Hospital now include singing.
The legal barrier dismantled by November’s vote, same-sex couples line up to make "it official."
Dockworkers agree to extend their contract for a month to avoid a crippling stoppage.
At odds with Maryland's legalization of same-sex marriage, the owner of a wedding-related business has decided to close down rather than provide services to gay couples.
There is already snow on the ground across the entire state, a sharp contrast to last winter when temperatures were mild and there was a lack of snow.
During past drops, the possum was suspended in a see-through box covered with tinsel and lowered to the ground at midnight.
The news of the horrific death of a 46-year-old man from India came as the mayor touted drops in the city's annual homicide and shooting totals.
A search was initiated involving state and local police, the Hancock County Sheriff's Department and the Maine Warden Service.
A strike on Sunday would idle 14,000 longshoremen and potentially deal a big blow to businesses.