Maine Things Considered
Maine Things Considered 12/19/201412/20/14
Mike Michaud Reflects on Loss in Maine Governor's Race, and Looks Ahead; Gardiner Parents Demand Answers in School Taser Incident; Maine Companies Question Cyber-Security in Wake of Sony Breach
Maine Things Considered 12-18-2014
Suspect in Windham Schools Threats Makes Court Appearance; Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Goes on a Hiring Spree; Opportunities for Maine seen in President's Cuba Actions
Maine Things Considered 12/17/2014
Arrest in Threatening Case Brings Relief to Windham Area Schools; Maine Delegation Sees Tax Reform as Congressional Priority; Former Maine Prosecutor Sentenced to Nearly 16 Years on Child Porn Charges; Portland Task Force Considers Options for...
Maine Things Considered 12/16/2014
Union Alleges Verso Selling off Bucksport Mill to Reduce Competition; Owner of Burned Building Where Six Died Cited for Violations at Second Building; Maine Medical Marijuana Advocates Question New Online Certification Process
Maine Things Considered 12/15/2014
Solar Advocates: Maine Lagging Nation in Tapping Sun Power; Bangor's Battle Against 'Bath Salts' Yields Lessons for Other Communities; Hundreds of Maine Bird Watchers Help Collect Data for Scientists
Maine Things Considered 12/12/2014
Portland Weighs Pros and Cons of Hiking City's Minimum Wage; Maine's Two U.S. Senators Supporting $1 Trillion Federal Spending Bill; Former Gourmet Chef Gives Camp Food - and Her Life - a Makeover
Maine Things Considered 12/10/2014
Maine Regulators Turn Down FairPoint's $63 Million Subsidy Request; Breast Cancer Screenings: What if You Have 'Dense Breasts'?; Owning Your Grocery Store: Community-Funded Food Co-op Opens in Portland
Maine Things Considered 12/9/2014
After 80 Years of Making Paper, Maine Mill Headed for Metal Scrap Heap; Democrat Declared Winner of Maine District 25 Race - Finally; Maine Senators Denounce CIA Practices Detailed in 'Torture Report'
Maine Things Considered 12/8/14
UMaine Law School Seeks to Close 'Diversity Gap' in Student Body; Report: Billions in Clean Energy Investments Expected in Maine; Visualizing Climate Change: Maine Artists' Work Intends to Spark Debate
Maine Things Considered 12/05/2014
Bankruptcy Judge Signs Off on Old Town Mill Sale to Wisconsin Firm; USM Students Rally to Protest Police Violence in Wake of Eric Garner Decision; Maine Delegation Supports Review of Military Equipment Distribution Program; Maine's Online Marketplace...
Maine Things Considered 12/04/2014
Funding Maine's Transportation Needs: Is a Gas Tax Hike the Answer?; Maine's Share of Federal Dollars Among Nation's Highest: Report;USM Outlines Plans to Transform into 'Metropolitan University'; Portland Tries New Way to Clean up Cigarette Butts...
Maine Things Considered 12/03/2014
Governor Swears in Maine Lawmakers, as Procedural Dispute Marks First Day; Maine Senate Seat Still in Dispute as Legislature Opens for Business; $4 Million Theft Leaves Troubling Questions for Maine Charity
Maine Things Considered 12/02/2014
Great Northern Paper Mill Auctioned to Los Angeles Investment Firm; Advocates: Portland's Tight Housing Market Squeezing out Tenants' Voices; Maine Businesses Gear Up for Affordable Care Act's 'Employer Mandate'
Maine Things Considered 12/1/14
USM to Lay Off 14 Staffers Amid Budget Concerns, Lincoln Hospital to Stop Delivering Babies, LePage Proposal Would Ban Purchase of Junk Food on Food Stamps, Lawmakers Agree to Draft Report on State's Casinos
Maine Things Considered 11/26/2014
Thanksgiving Storm Hits the State; Charming Donors While Siphoning Millions: Accusations Shock Former Maine Charity Head's Colleagues; When is Medical Treatment Overtreatment? Maine Doctors Take New Look
Maine Things Considered 11/25/2014
Portland Tenants: Many Landlords Not Responsive to Safety Concerns; How Did Nearly $4 Million Disappear from Camden-Based Charity?
Maine Things Considered 11/24/2014
Suit Settled: Hundreds of Disabled Mainers to Get Long-Awaited Services; Uncertain Fate of Expired Tax Breaks has Maine Businesses On Edge; At Nearly 100, World-Renowned Pianist Frank Glazer Still 'Getting Better'
Maine Things Considered 11/21/2014
Feds: Maine's Food Stamp Policy Jeopardizing Program's Funding; Forecasters: Maine's Revenue Picture Brightens as Economy Improves; Portland Announces Fire Safety Task Force Details; Maine Delegation Has Mixed Response to President's Immigration Order
Maine Things Considered 11/20/2014
Portland Landlords Take Stock in Wake of Fire That Killed Six; Federal Regulators Flag Pipeline Risks Linked to Reversing Flow; Lewiston Hospital Shuts Down Its Psychiatric Crisis Unit
Maine Things Considered 11/19/2014
Maine Group Launches Statewide Campaign to Legalize Marijuana; Maine Experiments with Electronic Tracking of Domestic Violence Offenders; Kingman Man Hailed as Hero after Cutting Baby Out of Sunken Car
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