Single Parents in Poverty
The number of registered homeschool students increased 71 percent this school year, but the long-term effects are not clear.
Ambitious state, federal and global targets for protected lands could help slow the intertwined climate and extinction crises, and support local food production.
While Maine food banks distributed more meals since March 2020 than they did the year before the pandemic, demand for heat assistance slightly decreased.
Just another day at school for these Carrabassett Valley Academy students who combine academics with high-level training in skiing and snowboarding.
Donald Trump survived two impeachments but now that he’s out of the White House, his future remains uncertain with legal challenges on the horizon.
Mainers have lived in a state of emergency for the past year — the longest period in at least 24 years. Republicans are now looking to change how governors can apply their emergency powers.
Medical providers have long felt the methodology to determine how much they get paid from Maine’s Medicaid program was flawed. Armed with new data, the state must decide if and when to make changes.
Advancing renewable power is not sufficient: Maine needs a strategic plan and policy changes to help households and businesses get off fossil fuels.
The U.S. government announced a plan to use wasps to eliminate the emerald ash borer. But Maine officials say restrictions on the movement of potentially infested wood products are still needed.
A behind-the-scenes look at how sap, technology and hard work are critical ingredients in operating a modern maple syrup business.