Wednesday, March 12, 2014
State officials have begun weekly surveys across the state to stay ahead of any problems; so far, this year is normal. hydrologist with USGS Maine Water Science Center
The three candidates for governor wade in on expanding online educational opportunities in Maine
On the trail or not, the governor uses the power of the incumbency to control the message. Meanwhile, his rivals look for other ways to muscle into contention.
Darrell McCauley, who is developmentally disabled, has a long history of criminal behavior.
Hundreds gather at a memorial service for John Durkin, who was hit by a train while studying overseas last week.
The number of people seeking treatment for opiate addiction has increased 15 percent since 2010; funding has decreased by 7 percent during the same period.
John Durkin, an economics major from Rye Beach, N.H., is on a study-abroad program in Italy.
Family members of loved ones who have been killed testify in favor of a bill to create a new investigative unit, but cost remains a barrier.
A woman who worked for the state Center for Disease Control and Prevention says in the filing that many coworkers were fearful of management.
His proposal to offer massive tax breaks to lure businesses also includes a controversial exemption from collective bargaining.