Collins said she was motivated to propose the law change in part by the story of a disabled veteran in Shirley, Maine.
Peter Stewart, 67, had been traveling alone in his vehicle about 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7 when he came across a line of traffic that was stopped.
Because the black grass is already dead, the only solution to having a green lawn again is reseeding it once the drought conditions are over.
There have now been 3,520 cases across all of Maine’s counties since the outbreak began here in March.
BAR HARBOR — Bar Harbor Bank & Trust has named seven high school graduates from Maine as recipients of the Bank’s 2020 Career & Technical Education Scholarship. The $1,500 award […]
BUCKSPORT — Northeast Historic Film (NHF), which operates the Alamo Theatre in Bucksport is happy to announce the receipt of a $5,200 grant from the Art House Convergence. The Art-House […]
Our former governor keeps popping up in the news.
“I may have stumbled on the secret to getting people to wear masks: They have to have The Look,” writes Roslyn Reid.
Essential workers who get the coronavirus on the job have no guarantee in most states they’ll qualify for workers’ compensation to cover lost wages and medical care.
The small-business survey results add to evidence that the outlook for the labor market could worsen in the coming weeks.
Congress is confronting questions about its ability to shape the direction and future of the nation.
“Public education has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity presenting itself,” writes Alan Haley.
Four county jails that detain defendants before trial inappropriately recorded confidential phone calls in a massive breach of attorney-client privilege.
Cole Anderson first enrolled at FSU in January, 2018, and was a redshirt his first season.
The initiative aims to provide basic food needs and dissuade crowds from gathering at its Bayside site during the pandemic.
International students have gotten used to living a restricted life subject to sudden changes throughout the Trump administration.
Ellsworth’s library will still have to shrink its budget for the coming year, but not as much as it expected it would have to last month.
The consolidation around Gideon has irked some progressives in the state.
With four months until the presidential election, the litany of unresolved issues could block some voters from casting ballots and lead many citizens to distrust the outcome of one of the most pivotal races of their lifetimes.
Stone had been sentenced in February to three years and four months in prison for lying to Congress.