Saturday, May 25, 2013
Two Maine athletes are working to stay grounded in spite of their rise to Olympic heights.
Homeless shelters across the state have experienced an increase in the number of homeless and requests for beds.
A downy woodpecker pecks a stop sign on Cottage Street in Fairfield this week. According to nearby homeowner Trevison Hardy, the bird began his daily routine of beating the sign a month ago. The metal tapping noise can be heard a long way off. "He does it every day and all day," Hardy said. "I think it's funny." Hardy added the bird may be trying to attract a mate.
Kents Hill School held its commencement Saturday inside, but the graduates didn't let the dreary weather rain on their parade.
In the weeks since Haley Plaisted committed suicide, her family and friends have struggled to understand why the vibrant girl they knew wanted to end her life.
Bowdoin College seniors celebrated their graduation Saturday in Brunswick.
Maine hospitals are in the midst of a political battle over how the state will pay its Medicaid reimbursements, and are in turn being held hostage by the LePage administration.
Memorial Day weekend events for the Kennebec Journal area.
For Republicans in the House of Representatives, New England's political landscape looks about as fertile as the upper slopes of Mount Katahdin or Mount Washington.
A Vassalboro man died Saturday after his pickup truck struck a utility pole, taking down power lines in Fairfield.
BOSTON (AP) — Tuukka Rask stopped 28 shots, Gregory Campbell scored twice and the Boston Bruins beat the New York Rangers 3-1 in Game 5 on Saturday to advance to the Eastern Confer ...
It’s easy to see why Monhegan Island has attracted so many artists. The island is a series of stunning visual impressions. And when we visited, colorful birds were everywhere, too!
A downy woodpecker pecks a stop sign on Cottage Street in Fairfield this week. According to nearby homeowner Trevison Hardy, the bird began his daily routine of beating the sign a ...
Parallel efforts are under way to tackle the growing issue of panhandling in the city, especially at busy intersections.
In the wake of remarkable recovery efforts, the area is open for business and ready for summer visitors.