Kennebec County memo shows investigator monitored calls a man made to his lawyer in April 2022.
Maine sheriffs adopt changes to prevent individual jails from recording confidential calls, but no statewide solution emerges
10 facilities recorded jailed defendants’ calls to attorneys, an investigation finds.
Maine faces widespread contamination due to PFAS in ubiquitous use and now polluting wells, public water supplies, farmland and food chains. This series explores the pathways by which PFAS cycle through Maine’s environment and the far-reaching repercussions these enduring chemicals will have.
Compound Injustice: PFAS may concentrate over time in landfills near the Penobscot Indian Reservation
Potential risks from PFAS and other contaminants threaten the traditional foods and tribal traditions of the Penobscot Indian Nation.
“Forever chemicals” in Maine raise many questions for residents; here are some preliminary answers.
A state agency selects a landfill manager to conduct a study of leachate treatment options, raising questions
Lawmakers question selection process and potential conflicts of interest.
Strip searches and face-to-face meetings among the policies also being reviewed by new legislative committee.
Very few people see the inner workings of the bridge connecting Prospect and Bucksport.
The Climate Monitor newsletter from The Maine Monitor is a weekly roundup of Maine’s most urgent environmental and energy-related news.
Bobby Nightingale faces a possible sentence of up to life in prison.
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