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15 min ago | Republican Journal
Everybody I speak with, whether they're a Democrat, Republican, or Independent, agrees that Maine's welfare system has gotten out of control.
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4 hrs ago | Watersblogged
US Ambassador to Morocco Dwight L. Bush, Sr. and Maine Governor Paul LePage attended the dedication ceremony at UNE's new Tangier Campus.
8 hrs ago | Kennebec Journal
An out-state rides broker that had been criticized for its performance won new contracts for four of six regions to provide non-emergency medical transportation for MaineCare patients, the Maine Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday.
An organization in rural Mississippi takes fresh fruit and vegetables from 25 farms and distributes it to 152 school districts, making healthy, local food part of more than 60 million school meals last year.
Gov. Paul LePage has nominated three retired judges to serve as alternates on the Maine Public Utilities Commission in an effort to move forward consideration of a 25-year water sales contract between Nestle Waters North America, the owner of Poland Spring, and its Fryeburg water supplier.
A bill introduced by Rep. Larry Dunphy to aid the Anson and Madison Water District has been signed by Governor Paul LePage and is expected to become law on July 30, or 90 days after the Legislature's expected adjournment on May 1. Anson and Madison merged their water districts in 2011 upon an act of the legislature and have been working their way ... (more)
AUGUSTA – Sierra Peaks Corporation, a New Mexico-based company that develops and manufactures superior acoustic miniature microphones and other communications related devices, is planning to invest more than $3,000,000 in two facilities in Camden.
Officials at the union that represents most employees of FairPoint Communications say telephone and broadband customers remain exposed to the negative consequences of a bad merger or acquisition after Gov. Paul LePage on Friday vetoed a bill setting new standards for such a deal.
Gov. Paul LePage on Tuesday vetoed a bill that would require the Department of Health and Human Services to produce annual reports of investigations involving the misuse of public benefits and blamed Democrats for failing to find funding for it.
Town officials, contractors and engineers working on a $400,000 makeover of the downtown municipal parking lot presented their plans Tuesday in a public meet-and-greet session at the Town Office.
U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud speaks at an Earth Day press conference on Yarmouth waterfront on Tuesday.
Maine's education system earned accolades Tuesday from a national publication that says the state has some of the best high schools in the country and that, overall, Maine ties California for high quality high schools.
The Legislature wrapped up most of its work last week, including driving the final nail in the coffin of Governor LePage's so-called "Open for Business Zones."
Maine Gov. Paul LePage is visiting Morocco to celebrate the opening of the University of New England's new campus in Tangier.
Even as a bill to remove or relocate dozens of informational signs along Maine's interstate highways was signed into law last week by Gov. Paul LePage, Skowhegan town officials said "No" to establishing a town ordinance regulating electronic or digital signs.
Bruce Poliquin and Kevin Raye, set to take the stage at the state Republican convention on Saturday, provide party voters with a clear choice.