A pair of Congress members from opposite sides of the political aisle wants to stop the federal government from interfering with interstate traffic of raw milk. Read More
Waitlists for people with intellectual disabilities grew again. Here’s what Maine could do about it.
Maine is again trying to reduce waitlists for services to people with intellectual disabilities or autism that have grown to some of the highest levels ever. Read More
Gov. Janet Mills on Friday announced a new anti-vaping campaign set to launch early next year. Read More
Leaders in states bordering the Gulf of Maine expressed strong support Thursday for offshore wind, setting the region up to become the next battleground over the resource as some members of the area's influential fishing industry voice objections. Read More
In September, the committee still owed nearly $70,000 to Augusta. Read More
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Betsy Sweet may have to repay nearly $8,100, most of which was spent on home office space, travel and other bills incurred before qualifying for the program allowing her to run for governor in 2018 with taxpayer money. Read More
Hydro-Quebec, the provincial Canadian energy company poised to supply hydropower to a proposed transmission line through western Maine, is joining a campaign to defeat a referendum that could scuttle the $1 billion project at the ballot box next year. Read More