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By Anna Sillers
While residents in New York and New England scramble to shovel themselves out of the latest snowstorm before the next one hits, a photo essay in the Bangor Daily News, curated by visual editor Brian Feulner, brings out the…
By Alanna Durkin, Associated Press
AUGUSTA, Maine -- Gov. Paul LePage's administration spent nearly $53,000 on private lawyers in its failed attempt to remove thousands of low-income young adults from the state's Medicaid program after being told by Maine's attorney general that he couldn't win…
By Anya van Wagtendonk
Incumbent Maine Governor Paul LePage (R) will debate challengers Rep. Michael Michaud (D) and Eliot Cutler (I) in a gubernatorial debate at 7 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, Oct. 15 in Augusta, Me.
we look back at a record-breaking year on Wall Street the rest of the economy.
Maine employers and consumers say that importing prescriptions from foreign mail-order pharmacies saves them a lot of money, so legislators passed a law legalizing imports. The drug industry and the state's pharmacists say imports can be dangerous, while supporters say…
Sen. Susan Collins hopes moderates will return to the GOP's 'shrinking middle'…
By Kristin Miller
In 1935 construction started on a massive New Deal project proposed by FDR in Passamaquoddy Bay. The Quoddy Dam Project would have stored the rising tide behind multiple dams and then slowly released the water through turbines, producing electricity. But…
One of the big obstacles to clean energy is that most renewable sources are unreliable. A Maine company has installed the nation’s first commercial, grid connected tidal energy project. Water power is estimated to nearly double by 2030 and provide…
Maine company deploys nation’s first commercial, grid connected tidal energy project.
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