Associated Press stories and articles.
Most Mainers to Pay Less for Electricity in the Coming Year
Maine consumers bills are divided into two parts, electricity and transmission costs.
Maine Tops New England For Smoking, New Lung Cancer Cases
The American Lung Association says Maine should increase screenings for lung cancer.
Wreaths to be Placed at Arlington Cemetery Despite Pandemic
The tradition began when Maine wreath maker Morrill Worcester's Worcester Wreath Company donated 5,000 wreaths to Arlington Cemetery.
Maine’s Biggest Agricultural Event To Move Online In January
The event usually draws the state’s agriculture community to the Augusta Civic Center.
CDC Says Moderna Vaccine Would Ease Burden in Rural Maine
Coronavirus cases in the state have been rising recently.
Maine Woman Charged With Making Threats Against Sen. Collins
Officials say 56-year-old Katrina Preble, of Bangor, was arrested Monday on two counts of making interstate threats.
UMaine to Help More Mainers Learn to Tap Maple Trees
The university says the event will focus on identifying and tapping trees, collecting and boiling sap and filtering, grading and canning syrup.
Car Dealer Founder Ordered to Pay 43 Years Worth of Support
His former wife went to court two years ago to enforce a $45-per-week judgment that was issued Jan. 8, 1973.
Interstate Youth Hockey Suspended in New England
The suspension affects public schools, private schools and youth leagues.
Maine Lawmakers Plan Civic Center Meeting Amid Virus Spike
The full Maine Legislature last met in March.