The moves are big steps toward President Joe Biden’s pledge to cut emissions and battle climate change as he pushes a history-making shift in the U.S. from internal combustion engines to battery-powered vehicles.
Companies are posting job openings — a record 9.2 million in May — faster than applicants are showing up to fill them.
“While it may sound like a dull history lesson, the dialogue is funny, witty and intelligent,” Judy Harrison writes.
“In Canada, the pandemic didn’t become a politically polarized issue, as it did in the United States,” Doyle McManus writes.
Aroostook County now has 55.18 cases per 100,000 people as of Thursday, up from 43.25 cases the day before.
Both the gubernatorial and congressional races are expected to attract major national attention and another record level of ad spending.
The cameras were made possible by a $3.4 million contract approved by the Executive Council.
“We foresee this match continuing to grow in the future, ultimately becoming a destination event,” Zac Greenier writes.
No new deaths were reported Thursday, leaving the statewide death toll at 900.
Caleb Ewing, 29, was driving the wrong way on the Maine Turnpike early Thursday morning when he collided with a tractor-trailer.
“If he were sorry, he would step down. That’s how accountability works.”
What we’re talking about in Maine.
Bats are one of the most common home invaders around the world, and while they’re usually harmless, they’re certainly not welcome — and for good reason.
Long COVID-19 sometimes appears long after infections subside and affect even those who only experienced mild bouts of the disease.
With Democrats holding narrow margins, the White House may have to pay closer attention to the party’s left wing.
The owner of the land had been seeking to tear down the cabin before the fire.
The number of detainees has more than doubled since the end of February.
Maine regulators are investigating the dwindling numbers available in the 207 area code.
Nursing home staff shortages have long been a problem in Maine, driven by a rapidly aging population heavily reliant on a pool of low-wage workers.
Is America ready to clap as the U.S. Senate is starting to act like the deliberative body it is supposed to be?