Augusta — Almost 18 months since Maine voters approved the legalization of recreational marijuana use by a narrow margin, Maine’s lawmakers are confident they’ve really done a number on it.
Houlton — Long-standing animosity between two of the numbered highways running through Maine are reaching a boiling point, UN officials warn.
Orono– A new study shows Maine’s Baby Boomers leading the state in high praise for Maine Baby Boomers.
Augusta — Maine’s historic ranked choice ballots have been revealed by state officials, showing how elections will be decided starting this year.
Portland — Not only does a super-buggy bake-up leave a literal mark, or ideally, two, it’s now protected under Maine’s right to free speech.
Maine’s 2nd District — For those hoping for a quick and painless transition from winter into spring, it looks like you better not put those boots away quite yet.
Portland — A march attended by thousands took an issue facing everyone in America and put it at the forefront: determining once and for all which signs would make it into an online listicle.
Menlo Park, CA — The Facebook personal data scandal is a fire founder Mark Zuckerberg is struggling to contain, but even more impropriety has come to light in the wake of the shattering revelations.
Augusta — Maine celebrated its birthday on March 15, and much has changed since it joined the union in 1820.
Augusta — In these hyper-partisan times, having both parties see eye to eye is rare. But when it comes to representing the most extreme and one-dimensional stereotypes about their parties, Maine’s lawmakers find common ground.