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.
‘Incremental’ progress: Maine’s effort to address lead poisoning was gaining momentum before COVID-19
Testing and inspections have rebounded since the start of the pandemic, but the brain-damaging disease continues to affect hundreds of Maine children a year.
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.
Suzanne Dwyer-Jones was charged with impaired driving on May 10. She continued to represent the state’s poorest defendants — until she was suspended Thursday.
Her grandson took his life. Then her daughter overdosed. “When people are crying for help, you’ve got to take them seriously,” said Rhonda McIver.
Will the benefits of locally grown food outweigh the energy-intensive processes used by aquafarms?
USM’s softball team was down in the last inning against nationally ranked Eastern Connecticut but pulled out the win, and in doing so, broke the school record for consecutive victories.
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