With climate policy central to the incoming presidential administration, Maine can expect more federal support to implement its new Climate Action Plan.
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After a decade at the helm, John Pelletier will step away from his role as executive director of the Maine Commission on Indigent Legal Services on Dec. 11. There will be a national search to find his replacement while the commission presses forward with a major overhaul to its rules and qualifications for attorneys.
As the coronavirus pandemic relentlessly continues, producer Roger McCord documents his experience with a 14-day quarantine mandate — and one version of how to deal with isolation.
Chairs at the table may be missing, and some for good, but a focus on remembering the good times, the good things, can get us through the holidays.
In an anxious age, a backyard flock can reconnect us to the wisdom inherent in nature.
Public Health Notebook: With 40 new outbreaks in the past week, Maine’s COVID metrics surge past previous peaks
Despite the rising number of cases, the state’s seven-day positivity rate remains among the lowest in the country.
To achieve the legislated goal of decarbonizing Maine by 2050, the state must dramatically expand renewable power generation and transmission. Overcoming negative public opinion in the wake of the Hydro-Quebec corridor debate is just one obstacle in the way.
Travis Roy, who died Oct. 29, spent his final 25 years as a quadriplegic because of a hockey injury, but never lost the joy of life or the selfless attitude that made him an inspiration to so many.
Widespread desire for climate action in Maine could prompt bipartisan legislation in 2021.
In a week that saw a key permit awarded to the New England Clean Energy Connect project, environmental groups and citizen activists have again ramped up opposition efforts.
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