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Astrid and Graeme Schaefer, 2½-year-old twins, shed their coats then made a beeline for rows of yellow, red and purple primroses stacked up at Estabrook's greenhouse in Yarmouth on Saturday.
Cole Chase is stalked by Cairon in Oceanside High School's "The Neverending Story," based on the novel by Michael Ende and adapted for the stage by David S. Craig.
Everyone knows the key data points by now: Maine has historically had high rates of high school graduation, but a college-going rate that is average at best.
Nearly every day, Cheri-Ann Parris - an enthusiastic 23-year-old Bates College grad with a warm Barbados accent - approaches perfect strangers and talks up the Affordable Care Act.
State officials admitted Friday in a public hearing that Maine's Center for Disease Control destroyed state documents and manipulated selection criteria in a state program.
Congressman Mike Michaud has joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers in introducing legislation to withdraw Food & Drug Administration approval of painkiller Zohydro ER.
TOOK TO THE STREETS FOR THE 5TH ANNUAL aSHAMROCK SPRINTa, A 5-K THAT KICKED OFF SATURDAY'S EVENTS.
What more can be said about the fight to accept federal funds and provide health care coverage to the poorest among us? It's not enough that 70,000 people will go without care; it's not enough that $1 billion earmarked for Maine will stay in Washington rather than be pumped into the state's economy; it's not enough to offer a Republican compromise ... (more)
Since the state approved a law in 2007 to encourage the consolidation of school districts, nine municipalities have withdrawn from districts and five other communities will join the list as of July 1. Most of those separations are amicable although the one being negotiated between St. George and the Rockland area school district is anything but ... (more)
In this weekend's Hometown Maine, we head to the city of Biddeford. Nestled along led along the banks of the Saco River, Biddeford has embodied that hard-working, blue collar spirit ever since it was first incorporated as a city in 1855.
Bill Stanley and Jack Scott, both employees with Maine Heritage Timber, load dried wood from a kiln at the University of Maine onto a flatbed for transport to Millinocket where it will be turned into custom furniture.
Winter has been hard for a lot of people across our state this year and that's especially true for thousands of Mainers who don't have a home.
They appeared one morning last March, red-decked, white-hulled, battered working boats powering their way through the Narrows.
Independent candidate for governor Eliot Cutler, who in December announced that he will campaign "unbought" and without help from political action committees, said Friday that he has no control over a PAC set up recently for his campaign's benefit.
Colbath Warner helps unload the morning's catch at Little River Lobster Co. in Cutler as his stepbrother Jordan Drouin stands on board their boat, Young Guns.
Scott Wolter, a forensic geologist and host of a popular cable television show, believes a trio of inscribed stones found near Spirit Pond in Phippsburg more than 40 years ago are evidence that the famed Knights Templar fled to Maine, among other North American sites, after their persecution in 1307.