The Maine House has also approved the bill, but Democratic Gov. Janet Mills has signaled she will likely to veto it.
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They're able to reopen after receiving a boost in funding from the state and from donors, which allowed them to hire staff. The detoxification program will be limited to a 10-bed capacity.
The Maine Center for Disease Control is reporting another 51 new cases of COVID-19. The number is up from 29 yesterday, and 13 the day before.
The Portland hospital announced Tuesday that Boothbay summer residents John and Leslie Malone are donating $25 million for a modernization project.
Two Maine arts organizations are the latest recipients of gifts from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott.
Join Maine Public as we continue Deep Dive: Coronavirus, look at the one-year anniversary of the pandemic, looking at what lessons have been learned and how life has changed.
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The latest toll from Johns Hopkins University comes nearly four months after the nation crossed the half-million mark for deaths from the coronavirus pandemic.
In one of the hardest hit countries in the world, the main strategy is a so-called early treatment combo of unproven medications — endorsed by President Jair Bolsonaro.
The Southern Baptist Convention meets this week in Nashville, bringing to the fore a host of controversial issues that threaten to cause a rift among the faithful.
For many years, Ford didn't know why her dad was in prison. As a teenager, she was shocked to learn he'd been convicted of rape. "With rape, there's no mistake about the intention to harm," she says.
Thursday—Museums across the region are opening to visitors and highlighting special exhibits and events. We'll learn about what's offered—and hear about the new Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine.
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