DEP ruling means the lithium operation would be treated more like a copper or silver mine, rather than a quarry operation for limestone or granite, as the Freemans had hoped.
Our clothes may be silently killing us or seriously harming our health, without our knowledge.
The regulations starting this summer aim to give scientists a better understanding of some of New England’s most iconic species, including Atlantic cod.
An unusual law passed by the Legislature would place the fate of a project backed by the Worcester family in the hands of Columbia Falls, population 476.
The device would be part of a microgrid aimed at bringing backup power to the area’s chain of bridged islands.
Feeding people, not filling landfills, offers untold benefits, but it requires a new mindset.
Maine is at the forefront of a national reckoning about how devastating and costly land application of sewage sludge can be.
The Maine island looked into innovative, independent power sources. In the end, residents worried about reliability, cost and unproven technology.
Maine needs a visionary, collaborative approach to address challenges like this persistent infestation.
What more can be done? Some are haunted as child deaths in Maine continue to rise.