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.
As the pandemic worsened mental health and substance use challenges statewide, a record-high 58 people died from overdoses in January. The losses have hit the Passamaquoddy tribe especially hard.
A panel calls for expanded community response and better cooperation between government, advocacy groups and schools to reduce the deaths.
If confirmed by the Senate, lawyers Meegan Burbank and Matthew Morgan would help oversee the system they – and scores of other attorneys – violated.
Lawmakers delay decision again on whether to add money to the next state budget for legal services for Maine’s poor.
Togolese chef Jordan Benissan brings people together with food at his bistro in Camden and through his passion for African drumming.
Proposed legislation would combat PFAS contamination, expand testing and add protections for people who have been affected.
In a county with few mental health resources, community members are rallying to increase peer support and education around suicide.
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