Despite the rising number of cases, the state’s seven-day positivity rate remains among the lowest in the country.
With a fixed income and little wiggle room in her budget, a Sangerville woman worries about keeping her home warm this winter.
Heightened hunger due to the impact of COVID-19 has underscored the importance of programs that enable people to grow their own food.
As temperatures drop and the pandemic continues to strain the economy, Mainers expect demand for food and heat assistance to rise.
Travis Roy, who died Oct. 29, spent his final 25 years as a quadriplegic because of a hockey injury, but never lost the joy of life or the selfless attitude that made him an inspiration to so many.
Trace key events in the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Maine — and how officials are responding — using this interactive, multimedia timeline.
MPHA’s Public Journalism Award recognizes a journalist or team of journalists who have made “a significant contribution to public health in Maine.”
A new episode of Feet in 2 Worlds’ podcast series “A Better Life?” examines the racial disparities of the coronavirus in Maine.
As the University of New Hampshire struggles, the UMaine system and other in-state colleges and universities have had success in limiting the spread of the coronavirus.
With numerous ways to track the coronavirus, four experts weigh in on the metrics that paint the clearest picture of the pandemic in Maine and the rest of the country
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