Maddox Williams, born to parents battling drug and alcohol addictions, didn’t live to age 4. His mother is charged with his murder.
‘Nothing’s changed’ in the child welfare system, says a former school nurse who will never forget a 10-year-old girl who suffered so much.
Jessica Rainville, a voice actor from North Berwick, says COVID-19 restrictions inspired her to go after Gov. Mills.
As COVID-19 captures the public’s attention, Maine’s battle with opioid addiction rages on.
Making the grid more climate resilient will take planning grounded in science and localized power generation.
Blue Angels, dramatic aerobatic flights, small protest are all part of the Brunswick air show scene.
Many cite better gas mileage, hybrid and electric vehicles for the dwindling Highway Fund. The big culprit is much simpler.
The likely answer is yes, experts say. Maine is still in an outbreak, but a cool, wet spring could knock down the irritating insects.
Financing public education at that level will be a challenge in two years. Backtracking won’t be easy, either.
A steady migration from rural to more urban areas is true in Maine, as it is nationwide.
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