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Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
She is worried about not just her property value and family’s health, but who will be responsible when one of the sewer lines fails.
Charitable immunity provides groups that solicit donations from the public, including churches, some immunity in negligence lawsuits.
The bill would allow doctors to perform abortions deemed medically necessary after Maine’s current viability cutoff around 24 weeks.
Authorities have invoked Maine’s yellow flag law 58 times since 2020. Thirty of those cases have happened this year.
Less than five months before Election Day, only two candidates are vying to become the next Portland mayor.
Monson welcomed Marilou Ranta home last week with champagne and the blaring sirens of fire trucks during a surprise parade.
The Temple Theater on Market Square in Houlton is one of the oldest continuously operating movie theaters in Maine.
Wind turbine blades can be shredded to make cement, sports clothing, and even gummy bears and sports drinks.
The robust growth of Bar Harbor’s tourism industry has generated more interest in this year’s local elections than any in recent memory.
A day after Searsport residents raised concerns about a potential cruise ship visit in October, the company has changed its mind.
Joseph Eaton is charged with 10 Class A crimes in connection with a random shooting on an Interstate 295 exit ramp in Yarmouth.
Penobscot Community Health Center is at the forefront of a national trend in using AI to bolster telehealth services.
Jon Ferreira has had a lot of practice telling stories in his 17 years of leading history tours. Now, he’s bringing that expertise back home.
The Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. has cut back operations as it prepares to go on the auction block July 12.
Find out if you were one of the 4,106 lucky hunters chosen in the 2023 Maine moose hunt lottery for the upcoming season.
Dozens of attendees shouted with joy when their name was read, meaning they would own one of 4,106 moose permits for the season.
What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen on a Maine hike?
Julia Bayly’s skills with a kitchen sieve came in handy when a disgruntled brown bat stopped by for an early morning visit.
There’s a myriad of annoyances, from pollen to browntail moths, that can dampen your spring, but there are ways to protect yourself.