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Are you suddenly out of work? How is your child’s remote education going? Are you struggling with isolation? Has getting a home repair become a challenge? Are you having trouble buying essentials? We want to hear how Mainers are coping. Email us at [email protected]. Please include your name, town and phone number so a reporter can contact you.
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    Nation & World

    Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

    The Strategic National Stockpile is nearly out of N95 respirators, surgical masks, face shields, gowns and other supplies needed to protect front-line medical workers who are treating coronavirus patients.

  • Local & State

    Chief justice to step down from state’s high court to lead UMaine law school

    Leigh Saufley, the first woman to serve as chief justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court, will leave after 19 years on the job to become dean of the University of Maine School of Law in Portland.

  • Feature Obituary

    Retired nurse Beverly Collins dies from complications of coronavirus

    Collins, 83, worked and as a nurse and volunteered in Portland for many years and had a home in Standish.

  • Local & State

    Second Maine astronaut blasts off for International Space Station; historic trip to be livestreamed

    York native Chris Cassidy will spend the next six months on the International Space Station, and the first nine days with fellow Mainer Jessica Meir.

  • Business

    CMP affiliate awards $300 million in contracts for power line project

    New England Clean Energy Connect is moving ahead on its transmission corridor through western Maine despite a looming referendum aimed at stopping it.

  • Local & State

    High school athletes, coaches react as spring sports season nears cancellation

    The Maine Principals' Association will meet Thursday to discuss options in the wake of the state's recommendation that classrooms remain closed through the rest of the academic year.

  • Bill Nemitz

    Goodbye, from a kid with a guitar, to one of the best songwriters ever

    Amid so much sadness, John Prine leaves us the vivid memories of life.

  • Editorials

    Our View: Mainers are taking COVID rules seriously

    Data suggest that we are doing the only thing that's known to work against the spread of this disease.

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