Monday, March 10, 2014
Arnold and Corinne Murray have spent years navigating a health care system that’s not geared to the needs of the elderly. Their dizzying encounters with a string of doctors, hospitals and rehabilitation centers reflect the challenges of staying healthy in a state where there are not enough doctors who specialize in aging.
The governor has introduced legislation designed to attract major employers to Maine.
Motorists are advised to find alternate routes south.
But the funding is just to keep the city-run center open during a transition to other care providers, a change that frustrates Portland officials and worries patients.
The public can weigh in Monday on the town’s oversight plan, which aims to address a long-running dispute between range users and homeowners.
A Department of Defense initiative will result in major work with donated military labor on Boy Scouts’ camps.
The 74-year-old victim in the Forest Avenue crash remains in critical condition.
Peter Lanza says he hadn’t seen his son in two years when Adam killed 20 first-graders and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012.
Two cars collided head-on on Route 302 on Sunday, police say.
Possible causes of the apparent crash include an explosion, catastrophic engine failure, terrorist attack, extreme turbulence, pilot error or even suicide, according to experts.
Interpol: Database not checked before Malaysia flight
US-based firm’s workers on plane headed to meeting
A new study shows the test can predict, with greater than 90 percent accuracy, whether a healthy person will develop Alzheimer’s within three years.
Nebraska and Oregon look like shoo-ins, but upcoming conference tournaments will be the true test.
The people of the United States deserve a full, open accounting of post-9/11 actions.
The captain accusing a brigadier general of sexually assaulting her returns to the stand Monday.
Cape Elizabeth considers ordinance amid gun club debate
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