Ten more Mainers have died and another 323 COVID-19 cases reported across the state, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. That brings the statewide death toll to 2,596 as of Thursday morning. Check out our tracker for more information.
His debate remark about COVID pandemic stimulus drew an incredulous look from Gov. Janet Mills.
The candidate forum on Thursday night continued to highlight ongoing issues, but also shed light on future development potential.
Lois and Russell Swanson regularly met up with their neighbors to play cribbage, hunt and fish.
The tragedy for their families and the company is compounded because Eldon Morrison, the founder and CEO of CPM, is the father-in-law of Paul Koziell.
The death of 3-year-old Maddox Williams, along with three other children in 2021, prompted scrutiny of the state’s child welfare system.
ALSO: Maddox Williams’ grandmother testified Thursday that he was “covered from head to toe in bruises” at the murder trial of Jessica Trefethen, who is accused of killing the 3-year-old child in June of 2021.
Warden Richard Tincker died at age 68 when Francis Couillard Spencer snuck up behind him and stabbed him in the neck with knife.
The university system paid anywhere from $5,100 to more than $566,000 for 34 contracts since 2010.
The Spiral Goddess Collective yoga and dance studio now sits in the space that the Thomas School of Dance formerly occupied at 16 State St.
It will feature beers and spirits from 24 distributors across Maine, and is expected to draw more than 1,000 people on Saturday.
A Highland cattle bull and two cows have evaded capture since they escaped from Sonny Atwood’s farm on Sunday.
“Birds won’t sit where you want them to or hold still long enough for a proper photo. They have no intention of making it easy,” exasperated BDN birding columnist Bob Duschene writes.