Sunday, April 20, 2014
An incentive program to attract companies to Maine and create jobs is expensive and ineffective, a new report says. Economists agree.
Do corporate incentives work? It’s a matter of opinion
Despite veto battles on the horizon, lawmakers can say they’ve managed to make some Mainers’ lives better.
Veterans carry heavy burdens even after wars officially end.
The emerald ash borer targets the trees that the artists depend upon – and it’s on Maine’s doorstep.
Jeremiah Oliver’s disappearance prompted scrutiny of the state child welfare agency
Experienced dog owners and novices run their pets through an obstacle course in West Gardiner.
Alyssa Farrington, 21, helped her boyfriend obtain and distribute the illegal drug.
Fatal accident involved Massachusetts couple / Former acting postmaster admist stealing funds / Man guilty in workers' comp theft / Maine has seven green colleges
Many who start college in those states are out-of-staters who may head back to their home state universities to save money. As the economy improves, that may change.
Ibragim Todashev has ties to the Boston Marathon bombers and was killed by FBI agents last year.
Timothy Gilboe of Westbrook took a bullet in hand-to-hand combat in Afghanistan and lived to tell about it – when he has to.
Bill Nemitz: Hometown embraces its Silver Star hero
The LePage administration says the action will prevent fraud and abuse, but advocates for the poor say such plans potentially harm those who rely on benefits.
Older farmers get a teeming barn and a chance to pass on what they know.
David Ortiz also contributes to ending the Orioles’ three-game winning streak.
On health care, energy and human services, Gov. LePage has been happy to stand pat.
Armed campers stand guard over a Nevada cattle ranch.
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