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In New Report, Janet Mills Starts Maine Down Path To 80% Carbon Emissions Reduction By 2050
After more than a year of work by hundreds of Mainers, Gov. Janet Mills’ Climate Council released a roadmap on Tuesday for the state’s efforts to stall the worst effects of climate change and adapt to those that can’t be avoided.
Maine Skiers Being Asked To Wear Masks, Warm Up In Cars To Earn Their Turns
Last week, a handful of Maine’s ski areas opened for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the lifts in the spring.
Investigative Reporting Shows Weak System Of Accountability For Maine Sheriffs
In Dec. 2017, Oxford County Sheriff Wayne Gallant resigned after several well-documented allegations of sexual harassment against members of his staff and others — at least five people in total.
In Letter, Western Maine Teachers Describe Struggle With Remote Learning, Call For More Resources
Many educators across Maine continue to absorb the stress of a school year that’s been unlike any other.
Coast Guard Identifies 4 Fishermen Lost At Sea In Portland-Based Boat's Sinking
Maine’s close-knit groundfishing community is grieving after four fishermen were lost at sea this week. This follows the loss of two others earlier this year.
How Maine's Solar Power Boom Could Unintentionally Stunt Adoption Of Climate-Friendly Technologies
It turns out there’s a downside to Maine’s solar power boom — a potential $160 million annual hit for electricity consumers here. And it’s a cost hike that in turn could conceivably slow the state’s efforts to reduce global warming pollution from cars and buildings.