A St. John Valley roadway and a bike route connecting Bangor to Allagash could bring tourism gold to Aroostook County if more people knew about them. The St. John Valley/Fish […]
Madawaska’s International Bridge will be closed for the rest of this week and next Monday.
Gov. Janet Mills’ veto of a bill to give farmworkers minimum wage elicited different reactions from two of Maine’s agricultural powerhouses.
Col. John Cote has only one regret after spending 33 years in law enforcement, but it is an issue his successor will likely deal with for many years to come.
Gubernatorial candidate John Glowa said that he wants to spur government reform that truly creates a system of, by and for the people when he visited Presque Isle City Hall.
A familiar face to Aroostook County residents has announced her candidacy for the Maine State Senate.
A virtual public meeting about the Cross Lake Watershed-Based Management Plan will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 27, via Zoom, hosted by the Friends of Cross Lake.
A bill from Senate President Troy Jackson, D-Allagash and Sen. Louie Luchini, D-Ellsworth to support small businesses in the food and beverage industry was signed into law by Gov. Janet T. Mills on March 17.
Caribou City Council narrowly voted in favor of becoming a Second Amendment sanctuary city on March 22. The resolution sends the message that the city is opposed to any unconstitutional restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms for its residents.
The Houlton Town Council held its first meeting regarding the proposed sale of the Visitor Information Center, with a public hearing set to take place on April 12.