Engel Entertainment, the production company responsible for the reality TV show, 'North Woods Law,' is about to begin filming in New Hampshire after a four year relationship with the Maine Warden Service ended.
Earlier today, we had a story about how Gov. Paul LePage was glad the show "North Woods Law" was going away.
The show has been in the press recently after the Maine Sunday Telegram published a poaching investigation about a 2014 Allagash raid where wardens were accompanied by a crew from the show.
There was no ice this year at Winthrop Town Beach on Maranacook Lake for the 3rd Annual 'Ice Out Plunge,' but there were plenty of brave souls with big hearts to support Special Olympics Maine and the Maine Law Enforcement Torch Run.
Applebee's on Kennedy Memorial Drive in Waterville should be hopping from 5-8 today (9/16/2015). Several cast members from North Woods Law will be in the house serving food and accepting tips for Special Olympics Maine.
We live, work and play in Maine. We know the state from living here, but have you wondered how those living outside the state see us? Why I ask this is because of Maine’s focus on the two TV shows, ‘North Woods Law’ and ‘Down East Dickering’.
Saturday (6/21) is the first day of summer! In Grey, farmers and food vendors will help open the Maine Wildlife Park to the public for free, from 4pm to 8pm, to celebrate the summer season. During the Summer Solstice Farmers Market event people will also be welcome to walk the park grounds and gardens during the event...
Imagine you're a Maine game warden just out doing your job, you know, wardening, when you're suddenly thrust into the national limelight doing what you do best. That's basically the story of Augusta native, Warden Troy Thibodeau.