The group is seeking to overturn the Supreme Court’s ruling in 2010 that reversed a centurylong trend to limit the political muscle of corporations and organized labor.
Brenda Ackers does not have a dentist. Every day, she has trouble eating, sleeping and engaging in daily activities because of the debilitating pain in her mouth. Yet, because of the high cost of dental care and limited access, she cannot afford ...
Maine's Sex Offender Risk Assessment Advisory Committee is meeting in Augusta on Wednesday afternoon one week after WMTW News 8 learned that state public safety officials lost track of a Berwick sex offender.
Augusta school board votes to drop costly stamp of approval from regional agency.
Catholic leaders say the Pope shows the importance of helping others through his actions, not just his words.
AUGUSTA, Maine — Alanna Durkin, who has covered health care reform, wind energy policy and state politics, has been hired as The Associated Press reporter based in the Maine State House.
Several lawmakers say they will push for a bill in the January session incorporating recommendations from a study on how the state funds public schools.
PORTLAND, Maine — The identity of one 17-year-old boy was being used by 12 different strangers across multiple states racking up nearly $60,000 in bad debt, including a $30,000 car and apartment rent that had gone unpaid for months.
Today, the BDN ran a story I wrote about the prevalence of identity theft in Maine, and in particular, the fact that children are increasingly becoming victims of the crime. That’s because their credit histories are blank slates and they’re not ...