Walking trails, bicycle paths and other improvements are under consideration. Rural residents need the projects most.
Friends of Sears Island wants the state to consider Mack Point, which is already industrialized, for a wind energy assembly and fabrication facility.
Amy Fairfield, seen here interviewing a witness during Anthony Sanborn's 2017 post-conviction review case, has been sued by the Maine Attorney General for misrepresenting the hours lawyers worked on cases to earn a higher reimbursement from the state. Photo courtesy...
Frank Slason’s wife, Diane, lived at Country Manor for two years until this fall. Now Diane is 30 miles away in Winthrop. He visits her three times a week, but the drive costs $20 in gas each time and is nerve wracking. Photo by Garrick Hoffman.
Fifteen years into what has been hailed as one of the nation’s best e-waste recycling programs, many questions remain.
Better torque, smoother ride, less maintenance and, of course, low emissions put a history of gas-powered vehicles in the rear-view mirror.
The Thunder Women of the Passamaquoddy tribe aren’t just honoring ancestors, they’re healing their community and themselves.
Seems just about everyone loves a train, but can we make it work in Maine so it’s viable?
By Kate Cough NEWRY — The richest known hard rock lithium deposit in the world lies a few miles northeast of the ski slopes of Sunday River and not far from Step Falls, where swimmers can wade in shallow pools formed by hundreds of feet of cascading granite...
“William! Kelly!” she hollered.
“I look for a sign from them,” McIver explained. “I’d do anything to bring them both back.”
McIver lost her grandson and daughter over a nine-week stretch. Her 14-year-old grandson William killed himself on Jan. 27. Her 40-year-old daughter Kelly – William’s mother – overdosed on April 3.
“I scream their names every morning when I walk,” McIver said. “I scream as loud as I can.”