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40 years ago, he almost quit teaching. Now he’s retiring as one of Maine’s most accomplished music teachers.
In the mid-1970s, Steve Orlofsky decided he had enough and wanted out of the classroom. It didn’t exactly work out that way.
In addition to the new Whole-Family Lot, Mount Hope has also opened its new Faithful Friends Pet Section, a cemetery just for pets.
For the second year in a row, the state will conduct its moose permit lottery virtually.
Here’s what’s happening: The immune system has two main arms, and the first kicks in as soon as the body detects a foreign intruder.
Citing rising vaccination rates, Gov. Janet Mills said schools should open their doors full-time and that they won’t have to follow physical distancing requirements that have been in place since students returned to classrooms last September.
On the heels of its busiest winter ever and an unusually busy Memorial Day weekend, Acadia National Park could be on pace to set a record in 2021.
The bill from Senate President Troy Jackson, D-Allagash, would require the state to pay for the cost of breakfast and lunch served at schools regardless of a child’s economic status.
Mystery brain disease that has claimed 6 lives so far in New Brunswick has doctors scrambling to find cause
The disease first manifests as an onset of neurological symptoms, starting with muscle spasms and cognitive disorder.
Headlines are circulating on Facebook with misleading information about next week’s solar eclipse.
Jared Golden said his office has fielded numerous complaints about Maine fishermen being stopped and warned for not wearing masks aboard their boats.
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