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Tracey Haskell shares a sweet moment with her 20-month-old niece, Chelsea, who now lives with her. Tracey took guardianship of her niece and nephew following the tragic death of her sister, April Haskell, in October.

Ripple effects of domestic violence scar surviving children

ORONO, Maine — Tracey Haskell never saw a mark on her niece or nephew, but in the months since the children’s parents died in a domestic violence homicide and police shooting, the emotional scars from having lived in an abusive environment have become apparent. “I have a unique perspective,” she …

DHHS releases reasoning behind denial of medical marijuana use for Tourette’s syndrome

AUGUSTA, Maine — The Department of Health and Human Services denied the use of medical marijuana to treat Tourette’s syndrome last month because of a dearth of large-scale studies into its effectiveness and side effects, according to a document provided to the Bangor Daily News on Thursday. A panel of …