Maine emergency rooms have seen the impact of the state’s opioid crisis more acutely than anywhere but Massachusetts.
The company proposing an ambitious plan to turn Maine’s forests into energy haven’t volunteered much about their past experience with such projects, but a regulatory filing made public this week helps shed light on their history.
The Northeast is already trouncing the rest of the country in offshore wind. The first and only offshore wind turbine began operating in December off the coast of Rhode Island.
Tuesday’s election is not of the sexy, ruin-Thanksgiving-for-everyone kind.
Data on foreign worker programs shows the specific businesses that want to fill positions with foreign workers, when those jobs would start and end and how much they would pay, among other things.
There’s plenty of lighthouses that, this summer, might take just a little more effort than they’re worth to visit. So, while dreaming of summer over a sometimes dreary Memorial Day weekend, consider this virtual lighthouse tour.
About half of Americans plan to gather around a grill sometime over the three-day weekend, according to the Portland-based Digital Research Group.
In raw numbers, Bangor posted the steepest loss of population, with an estimated 324 fewer people in 2016 than the prior year. From 2010 to 2016, the Queen City lost more than 1,000 people.
The ever-dominant Emma remained Maine’s most popular baby name in 2016, but other favorites for baby girls are quickly gaining favor. The names Charlotte and Harper have surged in popularity, according to tallies released by the U.S. Social Security Administration Thursday. There’s less movement among male baby names, where Liam and Owen were the top picks. More notable on the boy’s […]
Real estate activity in Maine dipped slightly in the first quarter of 2017, but it remains generally higher than any point since the deep recession that hit almost a decade ago.