Stories we are pursuing Tuesday

Posted Dec. 21, 2010, at 11:27 a.m.

Governor John Baldacci visits Washington County Tuesday where he’ll greet new owners and workers at Woodland Mill LLC in Baileyville and survey damage from last week’s severe rain storm. Reporter: Sharon Mack

A collaborative of local health care groups is exploring the feasibility of establishing a hospice house in the Bangor area. The state’s only other hospice houses are in Auburn and Scarborough, and provide hospice-level care for individuals and families who cannot or do not wish to die in their own homes. Reporter: Meg Haskell

What’s next for the former ranking members of the Maine House of Representatives, Republican Josh Tardy and Democrat Hannah Pingree? We talk to both about their short-, medium- and long-term plans plus get their reflections on the results of the recent election. Reporter: Chris Cousins

The U.S. Census Bureau releases the first batch of new figures from the 2010 survey on Tuesday. We’ll help you crunch the numbers and figure out what they mean for Maine. Reporter: Kevin Miller

In our Lifestyle section, we’ll share another of our staff’s favorite places to visit in Maine. Reporter Andrew Neff will take you to Mount Battie in Camden Hills State Park.

Our Sports reporters will cover high school basketball games including Brewer boys at Bangor and the Bangor girls at Brewer.

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