November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness month.
Living independently is important to many seniors in our state.
Have you left the movie theater feeling disappointed….
Many people apply to become a Maine Forest Ranger, but very few make it to the point where they can put on the badge.
The old image of Forest Rangers sitting in a fire tower looking for smoke is a thing of the past.
The duties of a Maine Forest Ranger have been the topic of discussion in Augusta recently.
Bar Harbor is home to a cutting edge medical research facility that’s at the cusp a major breakthrough in cancer treatment.
In April, Governor LePage signed LD 1730 into law.
The arrests of three people in Central Maine, accused of running sex trafficking operations, made headlines around the state.
Bangor is home to three opiate addiction treatment clinics.
In March 20-10 Maine’s unemployment level was at a whopping 9-point-7 percent.
Last month the state and federal government both released unemployment figures showing a drop in the number of people out of work.
In part one of this special report on early childhood education we showed you the early childhood development model that’s getting rave reviews nationwide.
Recently released studies have shown that quality pre-kindergarten education may hold the key to a successful future.
It’s just another morning commute for many, but for first time travelers, the ferry ride to Vinalhaven may be as beautiful as it is cold.
As president of the Island Institute in Rockland, Rob Snyder knows all about island living.
It could be argued that Lee St.
There are 140 active granges in Maine.
At one time, grange halls in Maine were the center of the community.
Diana de los Santos from the SPCA of Hancock county talks about Hunter.