Funding woes stall expansion of overcrowded Caribou jail
Every town in central and northern Aroostook uses Caribou’s aging holding facility, which has inadequate storage and leaking water problems.
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 every Tuesday.
Maine wharf closure highlights shrinking access to working waterfront
Despite having thousands of miles of coastline, only about 20 miles are actually open to commercial access, and that figure is shrinking.
How UMaine baseball turned its program around
Five years ago, the Black Bears lost 17 of their first 18 games and posted a 15-34 season record. Now, they’re America East champions.
Maine islander wants to bridge the gap between fishermen and scientists
Hattie Train is calling on her background in both fishing and science to bridge the communications gap between the fields.