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.
Augusta — Researchers with the state may have uncovered an explanation for the rise of drug use among Maine youth, and lawmakers are scrambling to make a change.
Augusta — In his final, often rambling, State of the State address last night, Governor Paul LePage said if Maine wants to move forward, it needs to toughen up. Continue reading “LePage Challenges Maine to Bare-Knuckle Boxing Match”
Statewide — If you’re thinking of getting a used car, you might want to consider a pre-owned Toyota Prius. Now every used Prius in Maine comes with a “Bernie Sanders 2016” sticker already attached.
Syria — The Islamic State released a statement exclaiming to the world its part in the blizzard that brought down the historic brining shed early last month.