Electric utilities everywhere are re-examining antiquated ways of operating as users demand cleaner, cheaper, more reliable energy sources – in Maine, that could mean creating a consumer-driven utility.
As it awaits approvals and opponents amp up efforts, a Norwegian company still plans to break ground in August in Belfast.
Comedian Amanda Huotari says there’s so much to gain from trusting yourself first and then reaping the magical rewards that can follow.
In response to a fall Pine Tree Watch series, Maine Congressional delegation members say they’ll keep fighting to expand funds to pay for prevention, treatment and related services.
As two-term governor Paul LePage trades snowy Augusta for sunny Florida, Maine politicians, journalists, business leaders and activists assess the impact of eight controversial years
Former Army lieutenant Joe Reagan looks out for those veterans who placed so much trust in each other during combat situations.
Drug-free for three years after battling addictions since age 12, mom and advocate Courtney Allen looks to a healthy future with her sons
Born to a mother who used heroin during pregnancy, JP faced endless challenges during his first year of life. Luckily, he found his way to Lisa Hasch.
After losing custody of her first five daughters because of an opiate addiction, a Maine mother battles her illness and the odds to keep her new baby
Nearly three drug-affected babies were born each day in Maine from 2013-2017, severely taxing hospitals, the foster care system and other resources