MILBRIDGE — Women for Healthy Rural Living (formerly the Women’s Health Resource Library) has selected this year’s recipient of the Elaine Hill Nursing Scholarship. Maggie Perry of Gouldsboro, a senior at Husson University, has been awarded $2,500 toward her nursing education. Perry, a graduate of Sumner High School, has accepted a partnership position at Maine […]
No new deaths were reported Friday, leaving the statewide death toll at 124.
Many employers have been reluctant or unable to hire, with about two-thirds of the nation having paused or reversed reopening plans early last month.
The White House and Democrats are far apart on virus aid talks, and there is danger that no deal will be made.
The executive board of the Lewiston Education Association requested that remote learning continue until several concerns are addressed.
Waldoboro currently leases its blueberry fields at Quarry Hill to a commercial blueberry company, but that could soon change.
Much of the trail travels through a beautiful forest, filled with large trees, mushrooms and boulders.
Izayha Walsh, 19, was charged with gross sexual assault.
Susan Collins said it will provide assistance to low-income and first-generation colleges students in Maine.
At least 1,529 people were without power in Lubec early Friday morning.
That comes after
The twin executive orders issued Thursday — one for each app — add to growing U.S.-Chinese conflict over technology and security.
The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates said it is committed to its existing schedule of three debates between Trump and Biden.
Even for a president known for his blunt criticism, Trump’s remarks stood out and they signaled how contentious the campaign may get over the coming months.
A marathon meeting in the Capitol on Thursday generated lots of recriminations but little progress on the top issues confronting negotiators.
The guard from Spain had surgery in December to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
So far, few jury trials have happened anywhere in the country since mid-March. Courts are grappling with balancing public safety and defendants’ rights.
Only 55.2 percent of Maine households had responded to the survey compared to 63.1 percent of households nationally.
On Aug. 31, UMaine will reopen for on-campus instruction. Thousands of students will head to Orono, many from out of state.
A new ordinance prohibits landlords from charging fees exceeding $30 to prospective tenants during the housing crisis, but stops short of outright banning the practice.