A GOP governor bolstered Maine abortion rights. If Roe is gutted, those protections will stand — for now
This week: The trajectory of the abortion battle as Maine braces for Supreme Court’s decision; Collins, Kavanaugh and codifying Roe; Gideon’s campaign cash; lawmaker who fought pandemic precautions quits.
Scientists in Maine have unlocked a mystery that helps explain what's happening to marshes — and how to restore them.
Sea level rise is accelerating in Maine. In York County, hundreds of millions in property value is at risk
Sea level rise means threats to buildings and infrastructure, loss of beaches and intrusion of salt water into private wells.
A mid-sized project in York County that's part of the state's new "community solar" program is just about to go live.
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Policyholders accuse Genworth of mismanagement and of padding executives' pockets at the expense of its customers, and they say they were promised that their premiums and coverage would remain stable.
Officials warn Maine's $2.4 billion in federal funds for infrastructure projects may not go very farJames Tymon of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials warned that rising materials prices could reduce the number of projects that can be done with the federal money.
The spill wasn't reported to the state until about a week later, after the Department of Environmental Protection received a complaint about waste coming ashore near Sears Island, and then visited the site. Cleanup continued for a few weeks, but some plastic remained in the environment.
A Trenton-based union that represents lobstermen and other industry stakeholders is making an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to halt new fishing restrictions in a nearly-one-thousand square mile area off Maine.
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The British diving star was often seen knitting at the Tokyo Olympics, where he won a gold medal. He sold doggie jumpers for charity; now the purler's going pro with a shop that sells knitting kits.
Hiring slowed sharply last month, even as the unemployment rate fell to 4.2%. Data from the Labor Department suggest the economy was losing steam even before the appearance of a new COVID-19 variant.
Wesleyan University is among a small group of colleges requiring COVID-19 boosters for spring semester. Will other institutions follow?
The disappearance of Carolyn DeFord's mother is among countless cases of missing Indigenous women. Without closure, DeFord continues to grieve. But a special memory and a new grandson give her hope.
Friday—We talk with readers and writers about good books to get for yourself or as gifts, and we want to hear your picks for the best & overlooked books of the year.
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