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The board of directors would like to thank all those who participated in or supported our 19th annual Hike for the Homeless.
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The Regional School Unit 20 Afterschool Program's Student Advisory Board has been campaigning against the use of tobacco products.
Developmentally disabled Mainers and low- to middle-income homeowners were among the winners, while drunken drivers and the uninsured were on the losing end in the legislative session that recessed last week after months of political posturing and partisan rhetoric.
Republicans "still can't bring themselves to admit that the Affordable Care Act is working," President Obama told a news conference on Thursday.
As the owners of a local paper mill negotiate with their electricity supplier on a revenue-sharing agreement and ponder whether to move forward with plans to develop a $140 million pellet mill with a $16 million state bond , some of the Katahdin region workers whose jobs are on the line say they are getting tired of waiting to go back to work.
A high-profile member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe is one of eight people who have been charged with felony elver poaching in New York, according to an official with that state's Department of Environmental Conservation.
Gov. Paul LePage vetoed teacher evaluation rules that have been under development for more than two years as well as a bill that calls for a redo of controversial large-scale metallic mineral mining rules amid a crop of nine new vetoes issued Friday afternoon.
Drivers with a history of being drunk behind the wheel could face longer sentences thanks to a bill passed by the Legislature this week.
Governor LePage and Coalition of Government, Nonprofit, and Business Leaders Announce Fifth Annual Conference: 'Fostering Financial Literacy in Maine Schools' Governor Paul R. LePage and a coalition of government, nonprofit and corporate leaders are announcing the 5th Annual "Fostering Financial Literacy in Maine Schools Conference".
While acrimonious debate about Medicaid expansion, tax policy and labor laws marked the winter's legislative session, lawmakers this week united around a $30 million bill to bring the state budget into balance.
"In order that people may be happy in their work, these three things are needed: they must be fit for it; they must not do too much of it; and they must have a sense of success in it."
Ethan : Oh, you must be referring to the new poll that shows Gov. Paul LePage leading all comers 39 percent to 37 percent for Mike Michaud to 20 percent for Eliot Cutler.
On Wednesday, the Vermont Senate overwhelmingly passed HB 112 , a bill that would require the labeling of all food sold in the state containing genetically modified ingredients and meant for human consumption.
Gov. Paul LePage has signed a bill that will remove or alter a quarter of signs on Maine highways directing motorists toward secondary destinations.
House Speaker Mark Eves and the Democratic controlled Legislature made a last-ditch effort Thursday to expand Medicaid health coverage to more than 60,000 Mainers.
AUGUSTA – Governor Paul R. LePage announced today that Maine faces a $7.1 million penalty because its Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program failed to meet work participation rates in 2011.