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.
Maine can’t wait to finance clean energy and climate resilience.
A panel calls for expanded community response and better cooperation between government, advocacy groups and schools to reduce the deaths.
The bill has sparked constitutional arguments and a debate over how more than $17 billion of state funds should be invested to best serve the public.
A fair share of the burden should be more than the zero in taxes that many of the wealthiest corporations currently pay.
Lawyers and clients were unable to show that Securus Technologies intentionally recorded their calls at county jails, a federal judge ruled.
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.
Trace key events in the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Maine — and how officials are responding — using this interactive, multimedia timeline.
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