A survey finds 11 percent of high schoolers have tried the drugs, double the number from 2012.
The Patriots’ 2014 NFL season begins with their first practice Thursday.
Demand is up after a cold winter but the median sales price increases just 0.54 percent over 2013.
Eliminating MaineCare for 25,000 people has just kicked the problem down the road.
But first, she stops at Sen. Angus King’s office to share ideas for combating obesity.
A scooter rally Saturday highlights the enthusiasm that aficionados have for their economical bikes.
The University of Maine spearheads a research effort on the green crab population in Freeport.
Andy Gove can tell you a thing or two about lobstering. He’s been doing that job for 77 years in the icy waters of Maine’s Penobscot Bay.
Staff writer Tom Bell narrates video footage from a visit to Greenland by Cianbro CEO Peter Vigue.
Audio of the customer service rep that embarrassed Comcast
Lewiston Mayor Macdonald Clarifies
Amy Santiago, a USM student and volunteer doing field research for the UMaine Machias’ Field Station, recorded moon jellies (Aurelia aurita) while kayaking on the eastern shore of Wolfe Neck in Freeport about a month ago. Courtesy of Amy Santiago
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