Maine Reckoning: Our first podcast explores Black lives in Maine a year after the murder of George Floyd
Has life changed for Black citizens in Maine since George Floyd’s murder? If so, in what ways? Those questions are at the heart of interviewer Tori Lyn’s podcast with Dustin Ward, a former minister who sought municipal office this year after a racial controversy — and...
The local radio ad had a particular appeal as it played over the airwaves early this summer. “We’re all trying our best to give you the service you expect and the vacation you've been wishing for, for the past couple of years,” the radio spot went. “Thanks so much for...
As the holiday season approaches during the state’s worst surge of COVID-19, Maine health experts say testing is one of a variety of ways to stay safe, but rapid at-home tests remain expensive and difficult to find. Dr. Dora Anne Mills, chief health improvement...
You know the end of the year is coming just by checking your mailbox. It’s full of contribution requests from nonprofits near and far. Perhaps, like me, you have a stack of requests on your desk and in your email that you will review and decide which ones you will...
The weak agreement at last week’s Glasgow climate change summit and double-digit rate increases for power and its delivery, which will be in the bills of Maine’s largest electric utility, have a lot in common. They both showed that fighting climate change faces...
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Residents in nearby Patten appear divided over the Pickett Mountain proposal. Wolfden Resources CEO Ron Little says the project should get ‘the full shot it deserves.’
Courts routinely order people convicted of lesser crimes to report to jail on a certain date. When they show up in York County, they’re being told the sentence has been delayed.
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Though humble in size, volunteer-run Casco Days fair is a display of pride and generous community spirit.
The weekly antique car show in Cumberland allows anyone to bring a classic car or simply admire the vintage beauties.