UMaine System predicts enrollment and revenue will keep declining
Projections are showing that the number of in-state students enrolled next academic year could drop by as much as 19 percent.
What We’re Following
What you should know about PFAS in Maine
What to know about PFAS in Maine and other answers to your questions about “forever chemicals.”
Read our ongoing coverage of Maine housing and real estate
Here’s a roundup of what we know so far about about the housing crisis that has hit the state.
Tracking COVID-19 cases and vaccinations in Maine
See the latest status of cases, deaths and vaccinations in Maine with our tracker charts that are updated Tuesday through Saturday.
Maine custodian guides Hampden chess teams to victory in real-life ‘Queen’s Gambit’
Like the show’s main character, played by Anya Taylor-Joy, Hampden students are being introduced to chess by their school’s custodian.
The political disagreements at the heart of Bangor’s COVID aid inaction
Bangor is only beginning to spend its $20.5 million in COVID aid, frustrating those on the front lines of homelessness and addiction crises.
Bucksport robotics team eyes international competition after Rhode Island win
The Bucksport robotics competitors are now the ninth ranked team in the world, and are expected to compete internationally this summer.