After a round of cuts earlier this year, some students aren’t getting the liberal arts education they hoped to find at UMaine Farmington.
Aside from a short-lived thrift store and art gallery and temporary campaign headquarters, 73 Central St. has been empty for decades.
The station, which cost the city more than $3.5 million, won’t actually be functional until later this week while crews finish work on the building.
There is no certainty the water supplies are free of toxic PFAS given laboratories can’t entirely rule out their presence.
For the first time, the report quantified how much carbon Maine’s vegetation sequestered and determined the quantity of emissions offset.
After she made gains in sizable GOP strongholds, Republicans want to see Janet Mills adopt more of their policies.
Joseph Guyotte has spent 60 years fighting fires, and 38 of those years as chief in Dover-Foxcroft.
The stakes of inconsistent leadership are particularly high for Limestone, whose population has plummeted from 10,000 to 1,500 since 1994.
Losing the store would mean Stockholm residents would have to travel nearly 20 miles to Caribou for groceries.
The day after four students died in a car crash, several hundred Maine Maritime Academy students, faculty and others gathered for a candlelight vigil.
Ciona Ulbrich has been instrumental in protecting more than 11,000 acres throughout the Blue Hill Peninsula and midcoast Maine.
Half of Mainers polled said they would spend less on holiday gifts and more than half feel less financially confident than in recent years.
Many have been left wondering how they will afford to heat their homes this season.
“Our biggest hit was at House Rock. A huge, towering wave at the end of the rapid completely buried the raft, leaving me excitedly stunned.”
It’s time for Maine to return to a four-class system. But the Maine Principals’ Association’s proposal for next season is to do nothing.