Editorial: To get in on the excitement, head downtown and enjoy the festivities.
With President Barack Obama’s proclamation, Maine is now home to our country’s newest national monument.
OpEd: I raised a Muslim daughter who also raised me by sharing her strengths, cultural courage and kindness that she brought with her to America.
Alex Steed: While I am horrified, I am not surprised by what happened to Leslie Jones.
Editorial: The LePage administration has been steadily chipping away at Maine’s public health infrastructure.
HE SAID IT RIGHT
C’est la vie. It is fait accompli. Seisin of thousands of acres of Maine has been signed over to the federal government. Maybe the Obama administration will …
Red-breasted nuthatches made an epic number of babies this year.
To make our schools more accessible, faculty and staff should definitely improve outreach to these families — but that isn’t enough.
OpEd: Not being able to read is too simple a way of defining illiteracy.
Editorial: We don’t believe it will take 100 years to realize the value of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. We thank the president for seeing the beauty, historical significance and promise of the nation’s newest monument and we thank the Quimby family for their generosity.
It may not be the compelling campaign slogan in Maine political history, but you can’t fault First-District Republican congressional candidate Mark Holbrook for his directness. …
Steven Biel: It’s been 12 years since Maine voted to require the state to cover 55 percent of the cost of public education, and in …
President Barack Obama’s decision to establish the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument is wonderful news for the Katahdin region.
FIGHTING THE TIDES
It’s no secret to Mainers that there is a regional divide between the northern and southern parts of the state. To most Mainers, the term …
OpEd: Last week, a federal Economic Development Assessment Team visited Maine. If they were to ask my advice, here are some things I’d ask them to consider.
1878 sightings by the inhabitants of Winslow tell of a large, spotted snake, 8-10-feet long.