BANGOR – New England flirted with a record high for power use Friday, but unlike when the mark was set two years ago, the region’s residents weren’t told to conserve electricity because of a possible shortage. People throughout the state were turning on their air… Read More
    Say it ain’t snow. Even as gardeners were starting to clear the ground and bicyclists were pedaling to work, a slow-moving spring snowstorm blanketed coastal Maine with a layer of wet snow Wednesday, creating near-blizzard conditions in some areas and treacherous roads that resulted in… Read More
    Instead of bats, tennis rackets, and javelins, high school athletes are grabbing shovels and ice chippers in an effort to try and loosen winter’s unrelenting grip. Spring sports always seem to start a little late in Maine, but the unusually high snowfall in March and… Read More