PORTLAND — A healing service, presented in Spanish and French, will be held at Sacred Heart Church, located on 65 Mellen Street in Portland, on Friday, Aug. 13, at 6 p.m. Fr. Michael Sevigny, OFM Cap. the director of the Office of Hispanic Ministry in the Diocese of Portland, will preside at the service. Catholics believe […]
A shift is building amid frustration over plateauing vaccination rates and alarm over the spread of the more contagious delta variant.
Unvaccinated people are still more than five times as likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 in Maine right now compared with vaccinated people.
BUCKSPORT — The St. Vincent DePaul Knights of Columbus and the Bucksport United Methodist church are co-sponsoring a free family movie night with popcorn and drink on Friday, Aug. 6. The movie will be shown at the Bucksport UMC 3 River Road at 6:30 p.m. Call the church office at 207-469-3622 for movie details and more information or with […]
Portland-based Murray Plumb & Murray is pleased to welcome Elizabeth A. Boepple, Esq. as a partner at the firm. Boepple is an environmental and land use lawyer working with clients throughout New England. She specializes in commercial real estate, land use, energy, and business law, with extensive experience and a special interest in working with […]
“As a chronic overachiever, I bought into old, toxic myths about excellence for much of my life,” Jillian Horton writes.
Letters to the editor for Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021.
The $44.8 million Hampden Bridge Bundle Project involves rebuilding eight 60-year-old bridges and rehabilitating a ninth along a four-mile stretch of I-95 between Exits 174 and 180.
OUT Maine’s Emerging Youth Leaders has launched a podcast series for WERU-FM radio to share their stories and help educate our communities about the realities facing LGBTQ+ youth in Maine. Special thanks to WERU-FM for providing training and support to make this series and youth skill-building possible. The podcast series — LGBTea Time with Chuck […]
“Now is our state’s time to reject the normality of homelessness and work toward what we know is possible,” Megan D. Hannan writes.
The digital option for fans and subscribers started as a necessary pandemic stopgap but became surprisingly popular as the months wore on without in-person concerts.
Two crew members — a Romanian and a Briton — died aboard the Mercer Street, the first fatalities in years in the volatile shipping corridor.
“Our own species, homo sapiens, probably spent most of its career living in entirely egalitarian groups of fewer than 100 people,” Gwynne Dyer writes.
Scott Huff and Eva Valley, both of Sanford, were arrested on drug-trafficking warrants after a four-month MDEA investigation.
Maine school districts face key decisions on masks and coronavirus testing with children set to return to the classroom in a few weeks.
Some families of crew members are demanding the U.S. military take advantage of advances in DNA technology to identify 85 sailors and Marines from the USS Arizona who were buried as unknowns.
Christopher Krol, 55, of Chesterville was riding west on Farmington Falls Road on Saturday when, according to witnesses, he abruptly turned into the path of a Chevy pickup truck.
A fire that occurred early Sunday morning in a York home has been deemed ‘suspicious’ by York Police.
Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.