Hard-fought reforms to Maine’s public defense system were enacted on July 15 without the signature of Gov. Janet Mills.
The weekly antique car show in Cumberland allows anyone to bring a classic car or simply admire the vintage beauties.
In a scathing court motion, Amy Fairfield accused the Maine Commission on Indigent Legal Services of launching a “targeted campaign” against her law firm.
Fabi and Fartun have shown remarkable strength and fortitude as they pursue their goal of graduation and becoming nurses.
Take a look back at our favorite moments from the first 10 months of Chasing Maine — a 2021 New England Emmy nominee.
Take a behind-the-scenes trip to Hadlock Field, home of the Portland Sea Dogs and a great place to experience the excitement of minor league baseball.
Three bills cleared a major hurdle in the state House and Senate on Thursday and gained unanimous support of legislators. The reforms could change how Maine provides legal services to its poor and pays court-appointed attorneys.
An industry survey reveals that 76% of Maine hospital employees are vaccinated, and the state will soon announce the totals of each healthcare facility.
The Legislature faces a vote on a $21.8 million package to overhaul the state’s criminal defense system, but Gov. Mills has yet to signal approval.
The baby goats at Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland are bringing peace and joy to thousands worldwide.
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