“I think it feels like we’re all kind of helping make a difference in this world. About being careful about the products we use. And not adding to the waste that’s in landfills and that ends up in the oceans. It is good to see a greater…
The Department of Health and Human Services' “door is wide open and families are being served inconsistently,” the state’s associate director of child welfare services told a state advisory panel last June.
The attorneys challenging Gov. Paul LePage’s administration over the sudden closure of Downeast Correctional Facility last month are demanding that the prison be reopened Friday or they will return to court for enforcement.
For critters that live in the woods, some late-winter storms can be life-threatening. Luckily, however, the state’s deer biologist says this most recent storm shouldn’t prove too troublesome to the state’s whitetail population.
By late Wednesday, a total of between 14 and 20 inches of snow is expected to fall in eastern and northern Maine, including the Bangor area, with the far northern part of the state projected to get between 8 and 15 inches.
The National Weather Service on Tuesday morning issued a blizzard warning for the entire Maine coast until Wednesday morning, saying winds could gust as high as 55 mph in southern and midcoast Maine, and as high as 45 mph east of Penobscot…
Contractors will take more than 32,000 feet of 2½-inch diameter core samples of a deposit in Pickett Mountain to see whether it's feasible to develop what would be Maine's first large-scale metal mining operation in about five decades.