Long-term datasets such as the numbers from Boothbay Harbor help scientists understand the impact of climate change.
We looked at teacher salaries, warming temperatures, income levels, and a host of other metrics to describe life in Maine.
The new Census numbers are the latest sign of the pandemic-era influx to the state.
The heavier population counties generally reported the most crashes, according to our analysis.
An examination of the highest paid employees at Maine’s private higher ed institutions.
This is how climate change has impacted Maine’s average temperatures, causing unpredictability along the way.
The National Education Association (NEA) reported that Maine teacher salaries, on average, were just over $57,000 in 2020-21.
Analysis of IRS filings shows heads of town “academies” earn more than principals at traditional public schools.
York County saw the largest growth since 2016 while Aroostook County saw the largest drop in population.
Cumberland County maintains highest percentages in both categories analyzed.
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