Houston is trying to dry itself out and recover from the historic floods of Hurricane Harvey.
It will take years and unknown billions of dollars.
On Sept. 17, public television begins a 10-part, 18-hour examination of America's military involvement in Southeast Asia from 1956 to 1975. The documentary film series by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick is simply called “The Vietnam War.”
PORTLAND (AP) — A longtime ally of Republican Maine Gov. Paul LePage is joining the state governor's race.
The Portland Press Herald reports 53-year-old Ken Fredette announced his run Wednesday morning at his law offices.
Fredette is barred from seeking re-election as the House minority leader due to term limits.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage is encouraging residents to think of those harmed by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and those in harm's way as Hurricane Irma approaches Florida.
LePage said Wednesday that his office will match the first $50,000 donated to Harvey and Irma relief through the Maine State Employees Combined Charitable Appeal.
The driver of a tractor trailer truck that jackknifed on Route 1 northbound in West Bath Wednesday afternoon escaped serious injury, but the incident snarled traffic for three hours.
The crash was reported at 1:12 p.m. near the Brunswick town line.
L.L. Bean is putting a renewed focus on the fun of being outside as it tries to invigorate sales in a fast-changing marketplace.
“Be an Outsider,” the chain is urging, in a campaign starting this month that celebrates the outdoors as something to be enjoyed with friends and family.
A former official from Bath Iron Works’ largest union has pleaded guilty to embezzling $280,000, saying the money he took over a four-year period is gone.
Celebrate Bowdoinham returns with the dedication of the town’s new skateboard park that honors a young resident who died of encephalitis.
The Bath City Council approved a franchise agreement with a Midcoast telecommunications company on Wednesday that will bring fiber optic internet to many Bath residents.
The Bath City Council has approved a $2.8 million bond question that will come before voters in November in order to finance city road and sidewalk projects.
If your backyard is home to a pet pig, dog, cat or goat, mark your calendar. The Brunswick Tractor Supply Company is welcoming all leashed, friendly animals to visit the store during Pet Appreciation Week on Sept. 13-17.
The Coastal Humane Society is teaming up with Petco of Topsham for “All For Saving Lives,” a mega adoption weekend on Saturday and Sunday at the Topsham store.