Complete News Archive

  • Tue Jan 05, 2021 - Maine paid leave law goes into effect with new year Bangor Daily News
  • Thu Dec 31, 2020 - Acting Chief Justice: Maine's Court System Faces 'Staggering' 9,000-Case Backlog MainePublic
  • Wed Dec 30, 2020 - Maine Medical, Nursing Programs See Surge Of Applicants 'Answering The Call' MainePublic
  • Tue Dec 29, 2020 - Unemployed Mainers Should Expect Delays In Receiving Benefits From Federal Stimulus MainePublic
  • Mon Dec 28, 2020 - Portland bets on co-ops to meet need for affordable housing Portland Press Herald
  • Thu Dec 24, 2020 - COVID-19 Relief Bill Could Stave Off Historic Wave Of Evictions MainePublic
  • Wed Dec 23, 2020 - 'Already Behind': Diversifying The Legal Profession Starts Before The LSAT MainePublic
  • Tue Dec 22, 2020 - $900B stimulus deal won’t be an instant remedy for Mainers Bangor Daily News
  • Mon Dec 21, 2020 - Despite High Demand For Nurses, Colleges Aren't Keeping Up MainePublic
  • Thu Dec 17, 2020 - For some central Maine students with special learning services, remote learning doesn’t work CentralMaine.com
  • Wed Dec 16, 2020 - https://www.mainepublic.org/post/paycheck-paycheck-nation-how-life-america-adds MainePublic
  • Tue Dec 15, 2020 - Lewiston’s temporary homeless shelter filled to capacity within 2 days of opening Bangor Daily News
  • Mon Dec 14, 2020 - UMaine students develop virtual games and phone apps to help users cope with the pandemic Bangor Daily News
  • Fri Dec 11, 2020 - Rockland could change property rules to add more affordable rental units Bangor Daily News
  • Thu Dec 10, 2020 - Staffing shortages threaten Maine’s hospitals as COVID-19 cases increase by more than 400 CentralMaine.com
  • Wed Dec 09, 2020 - Portland’s plan for a temporary homeless shelter falls through Portland Press Herald
  • Tue Dec 08, 2020 - 'These Are Deaths That Could Have Been Prevented,' Says Researcher Studying Evictions NPR
  • Thu Dec 03, 2020 - With Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Expiring, Maine Families Face 'Very Desperate' Winter MainePublic
  • Wed Dec 02, 2020 - Maine COVID-19 wave continues, with 232 new cases and four more deaths CentralMaine.com
  • Tue Dec 01, 2020 - Courts in Augusta to remain closed due to lack of staff after worker tested positive for COVID-19 Portland Press Herald

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