Tuesday, March 11, 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.
In New York, he’ll oversee a system with 12,000 inmates compared with Maine’s 2,100 inmates.
Critics say the war on drugs is a failed strategy, and decry lack of funding for treatment and prevention.
Maine’s heroin crisis: A special report
Sangillo’s, a staple of the neighborhood just east of the Old Port, is known for its cheap prices, stiff drinks and jukebox.
Portland police say shooting wasn't a random act
It needs to come up with $14 million in savings and revenues as part of an overall campus restructuring effort.
The walk, which will include the furry character’s original ‘trainer,’ will raise money to benefit children with Tourette’s syndrome.
A mascot and his boy, soon parted
The safety net pole that fell on the women after a hockey game in Boston is a temporary apparatus, so it is not typically inspected by the city.
Andrew Leighton has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the 2013 shooting death of his mother.
Bill Nemitz: A handgun sold, a red flag missed
Councilors say establishing an oversight committee and an annual licensing process is the first step toward addressing long-standing community concerns.
The host of the ‘Living on Earth’ radio show says sustainable business practices should be embraced long before regulations come into play.
Jason Snyder, who once owned the 60-acre parcel, could force a referendum in June and stall a new developer’s proposal for the land.
Republicans pushed the hospital debt bill last year, but some now question hospitals' claims that expansion will ease their financial burdens.
Pit bull advocates hail the change as recognition that breed-specific laws discriminate against the dogs that they say are not inherently aggressive or dangerous – unless made tha ...
Seavey was the first musher under the famed burled arch in Nome.
The state’s public universities need support now in order to retool for the future.
The measure would scrap the nearly century-old practice of using a ‘good-soldier defense.’
LePage: Use big incentives to attract jobs to Maine
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