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Monday, October 16, 2017 at 10:28 AM
Maine officials say the invasive brown marmorated stink bug appears to be a permanent fixture in the state now, and residents could see the pests... [Read More]
An independent lawmaker wants to fix a new voter-approved voting method that Maine's highest court ruled unconstitutional for some elections. The Legislature's veterans and legal... [Read More]
Maine's fall hunts are entering the busiest part of the year for hunters who pursue deer, moose, foxes and other animals. The longest stretch of... [Read More]
Legislative leaders are set to decide whether more than 200 new bills can go before the Legislature. The bipartisan group of members of the Legislature's... [Read More]
Not knowing who will be in charge in Augusta or what Congress will do makes the expansion risky. [Read More]
Walking to find a cure, while giving hope to those in need...that's the goal of one walk in Augusta that has been making a difference... [Read More]
The Kennebec River Rail-Trail is in my opinion the best bike trail in Central Maine. Paralleling the long inactive Maine Central Railroad tracks, it's a... [Read More]
The proposed Greater Augusta Utility District tank would be intended to help prevent overflows of sewage into the Kennebec River. [Read More]
Jeffrey L. Breton, 62, passed away at Maine Medical Center on October 9, 2017. He was born on July 2, 1955, in Augusta, Maine to... [Read More]
Mt. Ararat Superintendent Brad Smith told the Kennebec Journal "any form of discrimination is unacceptable," and that "this is serious and it will be dealt... [Read More]
Lawmakers and attorneys are looking at ways to reform the state's system for helping low-income Mainers in need of legal services. The biennial budget tasked... [Read More]
If you love fall colors, then this is the time to get outside in Maine. The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry says the... [Read More]
Attorney General Janet Mills joined 17 other Attorneys General in protesting the Trump administration's move to end the mandatory contraception coverage rule created by the... [Read More]
Maine has been given more time to comply with the Real ID Act. Secretary of State Matt Dunlap told us Maine now has until January... [Read More]
Maine lawmakers are studying land conservation, a topic often derided by Republican Gov. Paul LePage as a tax giveaway for the wealthy. A legislative panel... [Read More]
The financial aid program is open to students at the Presque Isle, Fort Kent, Augusta, and Machias campuses who qualify for Pell grants. [Read More]
Last week, I joined Barry Sherman, Jim Singer, and Phil Chapman on a quick trip to Augusta to view a small exhibit based on letters... [Read More]
The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine ordered an immediate license suspension of Reinaldo de los Heros, M.D.'s medical license on October 10, 2017. ... [Read More]
Do you work in one of the best places to work in Maine? Each year, companies are ranked by the Maine State Council for Human... [Read More]
The state of Maine says it has received a reprieve from national proof-of-identity standards as it works to comply with that law. The Maine Secretary... [Read More]