Becoming a big-game taxidermist was never in Troy Pelletier’s plans when he thought about careers.
Trooper Glenn Strange’s second career in the Maine State Police lasted only three years before his death in 1997.
What we really need is a long period of more moderate immigration so we can more easily absorb the recent wave.
Northern Illinois, led by quarterback Rocky Lombardi, scored the game’s final 27 points to pull away for a 41-14 victory over the University of Maine.
Junior quarterback Nic Visser completed 19 of 30 passes for 325 yards and three touchdowns in Husson’s 26-21 win.
Noted sports historian and former University of Maine professor William Baker died at the age of 83 after complications from an infection.
Stonington lobsterman Robert Hardy said he’ll likely need to set different fishing rigs for federal and state waters under the new rules.
In South Africa, the beta variant has been almost completely extinguished by the presence of the highly infectious delta mutation.
Scott Lewis collided with the platform that was holding the line. He could not revived.
A body was discovered at Casella Waste Systems in Lewiston on Tuesday, less than two weeks after a body was found at a Casella waste transfer station in New Hampshire.
Joshua Harwood, 38, had taught business at the high school, where he was hired in July 2020.
PCBs and PFAS have been used in industrial applications over the years.
Pfizer is forecast to see $26 billion in global sales from boosters alone, while Moderna could see around $14 billion.
CAMDEN — This week, Camden National Bank is celebrating its 2021 Employee Appreciation event across more than 60 business locations. The bank’s 600 employees recognized each other for a fantastic year of hard work and dedication, and 13 employees received awards for their impressive commitment to customers, employees, and community. “Our Stakeholder Appreciation Week each […]
LEWISTON — The Lewiston-based Community Health Options (Health Options), the state’s only nonprofit, Member-led health insurance organization, has awarded grants to six Maine nonprofit agencies helping people who are living with or at risk of substance use disorders, supporting people with substance use recovery and continuity of care, and reducing negative substance-related health impacts in […]
FALMOUTH — “While the gift of music education is invaluable, the gift of music combined with prayer is immeasurable.” The motto of “Making Music, Praying Twice” at Holy Martyrs Church in Falmouth serves as an invitation for parents, grandparents, and children who seek the experience of integrating music, prayer, and Catholic culture into daily family […]
ELLSWORTH — Oct. 1 kicks off the fourth annual Art of Ellsworth: Maine Craft Weekend (Oct. 1-3) being held in conjunction with Maine Crafts Association statewide celebration of craft and American Craft Week. Ellsworth will once again be at the forefront as a Featured City and will be promoted as a destination for cultural activities […]
PORTLAND — On Sunday, Oct. 3 at 1:30 p.m., the Chinese and American Friendship Association of Maine will unveil an historic marker 615 Forest Avenue in Portland which was the family home and hand laundry operated by Toy Len Goon, who was both the Maine and American Mother of the Year in 1952. Toy Len […]
The infrastructure bill offers a way to break the congressional logjam and change the tenor of debate on the other issues.
PRESQUE ISLE — Northern Light AR Gould Hospital will be offering a series of flu shot clinics for adults in October, with both drive-up and walk-in options. A pediatric flu shot clinic for children ages six months to 18 years old is also planned. Although the hospital has had to cancel its Fall Health Fair […]