Saturday, May 25, 2013
For the first time in 50 years, a former Air Force medic meets up with one of the men whose lives he helped to save.
An Alzheimer’s patient in a Waterville nursing home improves markedly without prescribed medication.
Mission statements are not something most organizations take lightly. Each word is carefully chosen, each phrase honed and polished to capture the essence of who you are, what you do and why it's so important.
WASHINGTON - For Republicans in the House of Representatives, New England's political landscape looks about as fertile as the upper slopes of Mount Katahdin or Mount Washington.
Maine Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King join other senators expressing their concerns about the plan.
The state's 43 facilities are always full, says Dean Lachance, the director of Bread of Life in Augusta.
Minot man charged after car chases / Report of shots fired leads to two arrests
Online predators are skilled at getting kids to chat with them and trust them, an author cautions.
The unusual directive to his department heads is seen as the latest move in ongoing clash between the governor and lawmakers.
Fuss over LePage's TV exceeds trivial dispute
Both sides deadlocked on hospitals, Medicaid
Transportation advocates say the state needs to find new sources for upkeep of the state's highways.
Seth Wescott and Julia Clukey are actively involved in efforts to guide the state's youth.
Even in a tough year, this would be a smart investment in Maine's future.
In the wake of remarkable recovery efforts, the area is open for business and ready for summer visitors.
Lawmakers step up pressure on military footwear