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‘Return to Normal': Maine To End State of Emergency June 30
Maine Gov. Janet Mills on Friday announced the state would end its state of civil emergency on June 30.
Old Town Mother Charged in Death of 3-year-old Daughter
Hillary Goding, 28, of Old Town was arrested Sunday in Lincoln and taken to Penobscot County Jail in Bangor.
Bangor School Committee Member Charged with Stalking Local Woman
A Bangor man who serves on the city's school committee as well as county treasurer faces several charges after he allegedly took over a local woman's social media account.
Bangor Fire Crews Battle Blaze after Explosion on Center Street Ave.
A large explosion shook the ground in Bangor at about 6 p.m. Monday.
Bangor Police Charge Burglary Suspect After Failed Jump Between Rooftops
Bangor police were able to catch up with a burglary suspect after he fell while attempting to jump from one rooftop to another on Wednesday.
Cause of Greenbush Crash Under Investigation
Police are advising motorists to avoid Route 2 Monday morning because of a serious accident near the Milford-Greenbush town line.
Maine Removes Mask Requirement for Outdoor Public Settings
Maine Gov. Janet Mills on Tuesday removed the requirement that Mainers wear face coverings in all outdoor public settings.
Route 9 Crash in Clifton Critically Injures One, Blocks Road
One man was critically injured early Wednesday morning in a crash on Route 9 in Clifton involving a pickup truck and a tractor-trailer.
Ellsworth Teacher Charged in Sexual Contact with 15-Year-Old
A teacher in the Ellsworth School Department is facing charges after he allegedly had sexual contact with a 15-year-old student.
Gov. Mills Sets 9 p.m. Closing Time for Restaurants, Other Businesses Amid COVID-19 Surge
Gov. Janet Mills on Thursday implemented a mandatory 9 p.m. closing time for restaurants and certain other Maine businesses as the state experiences a surge in COVID-19 cases.