“More than half of those ticket credits are set to expire this year. If the credits are not used, the airlines keep the money,” the Editorial Board writes.
Though the pace of layoffs has eased since the year began, they remain high by historical standards.
Maine will receive 8,000 fewer COVID-19 vaccine doses next week compared to this week after states were told by the federal government that they would not get Johnson & Johnson shots this week.
An extreme imbalance between vaccine supply and demand in almost every part of the United States makes securing a shot a gamble.
The presidential permit issued by the Department of Energy in January provided the green light for the interconnect at the Canadian border.
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Some bills would make it a crime for local police officers to enforce federal gun laws.
The request underscores the continuing concerns about security and the potential for violence at the Capitol, two months after rioters breached the building in violence that left five people dead.
A Kentucky man saw himself as fighting a holy war on behalf of Trump and, in a booking photo, wore a T-shirt that quoted Ephesians 6:11.
PLEASANT POINT — A Lakota version of the Stations of the Cross is being shared on the Thursdays of Lent at 3 p.m., and all are invited to participate through the […]
Deeley encouraged all Catholics to receive either Pfizer and Moderna vaccines after they were deemed “ethical” and had only a “remote connection” to aborted fetal tissue.
The 26-year-old did not have crampons or traction devices to aid him on the icy cliff trail.
Fund will develop nine new affordable housing developments in Maine SKOWHEGAN — The Housing New England Fund, run by the nonprofit organization Evernorth, is the second multi-investor fund that provides […]
The Bangor Daily News wants to hear from readers on their experiences in trying to get vaccine appointments over the past week.
The Bicycle Coalition of Maine has announced three new cycling events to take place in 2021, including a women’s ride, a gravel grind and an abbreviated version of their signature […]
Runners who’ve spent years training to qualify complained that it will cheapen the iconic Boston experience.
PORTLAND — How do you show children the importance of serving others and its connection to our faith? Catholic Charities Maine’s Parish Social Ministry hopes to do it through the […]
ORONO — The Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions at the University of Maine will host a talk about options for adopting community solar projects in Maine from […]
Mia Dawbin, 18, of West Gardiner, has joined close to 1,000 young women around the country who have achieved the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America.
The threat came as the Capitol police and other law enforcement agencies were taking heat from Congress in contentious hearings this week on their poor handling of the Jan. 6 riot.