Friday, 12 July 2019 14:52

City kids spending time in Maine

STATEWIDE (WGME) - Fifteen children from New York City are now in Maine spending time with volunteer host families.

Friday, 12 July 2019 14:18

Orrington's Old Home Week is here

ORRINGTON - Beans, bluegrass and bargains abound during the annual Old Home Week in Orrington.

BANGOR - Eleven hikers are about to undertake a 100-mile trek to honor veterans and Maine's fallen heroes.

Thursday, 11 July 2019 21:39

Crews battle large brush fire in Orono

ORONO - Authorities are working to determine what caused a large brush fire in Orono.

ELLSWORTH - A Beddington man is facing nearly a dozen charges for allegedly ramming into a police cruiser in Ellsworth and going on the run.

Thursday, 11 July 2019 17:56

Efforts to help homeless in Belfast

BELFAST - Belfast's city leaders are trying to set the record straight after a newspaper headline got picked up around the country, that claimed the best the city could do for its homeless population was offer a tent and some camping gear.

BANGOR- The first bit of ground was broken today on a new apartment complex for the elderly.

BANGOR - There have been nearly a dozen homicide cases in Maine so far this year.

SHIRLEY - Monday was a normal day for a couple from Kokadjo, until they ran into a woman who was shot and the man trying to kill her.

BAXTER STATE PARK - Staff at Baxter State Park are asking the public to use caution after slightly more bear sightings than usual for this time of year have been reported.

BANGOR - A woman visiting Maine from Canada decided to stop at the state's only Chick-fil-A for lunch earlier this week today and it's a good bet she's glad they did.

Thursday, 11 July 2019 14:21

Maine restricts Real ID data

AUGUSTA - Now that the state now offers Real IDs, Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap said Maine won't grant federal agents open access to the state's database.

Thursday, 11 July 2019 13:32

Governor Mills signs new bills into law

AUGUSTA (WGME) - The state of Maine has hundreds of new laws on the books -- 651 to be exact. Gov. Janet Mills signed most of those bills this session, allowing another 45 to become law without her signature.

Page 9 of 1677