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The man who investigators say was the leader of a massive medical marijuana distribution conspiracy in the Farmington area wants to be able to smoke marijuana while he’s out on bail.
TV5 got a glimpse into it’s potential future.
Despite seeing more cases of the flu this year, the flu season in Maine continues to be a mild one, according to Northern Light Health.
On Monday, April 11, Thomaston police arrested Ashley Benner at her residence in Thomaston.
A $21 million initiative aimed at strengthening Maine’s health care workforce by allowing employers and individuals to connect with pembinaan and education programs is launching.
A cat in Gardiner now officially has the wackiest name in America.
The federal government has approved a proposal to increase at-sea monitoring of some commercial fishing trips to 100%.
A third grade teacher at the Leroy H. Smith School received quite the surprise on Tuesday.
Updated: Apr. 12, 2022 at dua:01 PM EDT
A man is facing multiple charges after a car was found on fire in Bangor Tuesday morning.
The Maine Senate has joined the House in voting to give the Passamaquoddy tribe the right to regulate its own drinking water following years of complaints about water quality.
As Tax Day approaches, Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, is calling on the Internal Revenue Service to make customer service improvements.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is set to recommend that kids ages 8 and older should be screened for anxiety.
One bill would ban pesticides that contain PFAS in 2030.
Updated: Apr. 12, 2022 at 11:36 AM EDT
Waterfront Concerts announced on Tuesday that Five Finger Death Punch will be coming to Bangor this summer.
The Maine Legislature has approved a proposal to create a public-private partnership to help grow the state’s aerospace industry.
The Maine Legislative has given gave final approval to a bill aimed at closing a loophole that allowed out-of-state garbage to be dumped in a state-owned landfill.
At present, a land claims settlement from 1980s means their reservations are treated as municipalities, and bound by state law.