The Wisdom girls soccer team captured the Aroostook League Division II championship after the Pioneers defeated the Ashland Hornets 2-1 Wednesday evening in a game decided by penalty kicks.
Bridgewater Fire Department and Maine State Police were called to a potato truck fire on U.S. Route 1 Saturday around noon.
Farmers in Aroostook and Penobscot counties can now benefit from multiple USDA Farm Service Agency programs to help bring some relief from the prolonged drought.
The Crown of Maine is in a D2 — or severe — drought status for the seventh week in a row.
A Caribou car dealer was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence on Saturday after police were called to Lakeshore Road for a three-vehicle accident.
A Littleton woman survived after being thrown from her car in a Route 1 crash on Friday night, police said.
As the snow diminishes to practically nothing and the weather starts to warm, the desire to get outside and enjoy the outdoors increases, as do the days the state has been encouraged to stay healthy at home.
Mushers who participated and placed in the Can-Am 250-mile International Sled Dog Race gathered together at the annual awards dinner Tuesday night.
Spectators gathered at the finish line at Lonesome Pine Trails in Fort Kent to cheer on mushers as they arrived at the end of their 30-mile trek through Fort Kent at the Can-Am Sled Dog Races on Feb. 29. Race winner was racer No. 25 Rico Portalatin with a time of 2:24:11.
As the weather turns colder by the day, and the autumn leaves start to fall from the trees, pumpkins are out on front porches, ghosts hang in trees, and it just reminds me of all the great Halloweens I have had in my life.