The use of contract nurses and assistants in Maine has soared since 2017 as administrators scramble for solutions.
Hard-fought reforms to Maine’s public defense system were enacted on July 15 without the signature of Gov. Janet Mills.
On top of agreeing to divest from fossil fuels, lawmakers pass 10 measures that promise to reduce carbon emissions and adapt to climate impacts.
The weekly antique car show in Cumberland allows anyone to bring a classic car or simply admire the vintage beauties.
How renewable power is reshaping electricity markets.
From what it takes to get the Games, to what sports are included, and of course the national prestige factor, world politics drive the Olympics, even through a pandemic.
The Maine Monitor added three new staff members in recent weeks: two reporters and a new production editor.
But political experts and opponents say the moves show an independent streak, and a wariness of an electoral showdown with Paul LePage.
In a scathing court motion, Amy Fairfield accused the Maine Commission on Indigent Legal Services of launching a “targeted campaign” against her law firm.
Fabi and Fartun have shown remarkable strength and fortitude as they pursue their goal of graduation and becoming nurses.
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