In rural areas, hospitals and clinics are worried they'll be left short if staff quit rather than get COVID-19 vaccines required by the Biden administration's new mandate.
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The state's vaccine mandate for hospital and nursing home workers takes effect on Monday, and officials are bracing for staffing shortages. Gov. Kathy Hochul has announced a plan for filling them.
After 16 years in office, the German chancellor is stepping down. Early results show a razor-thin margin in what is expected to be one of the closest outcomes in years.
Official results showed the measure passed with 64.1% of voters in favor and won a majority in all of Switzerland's 26 cantons, or states.
If you're trying to rev up your pandemic fitness routine, maybe it's time to mix things up with some free weights — or soup cans — and get your muscles pumping.
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Maine Corrections Commissioner Accelerates Timeline To Find Alternative Housing For Most Long Creek YouthCorrections Commissioner Randall Liberty told members of the legislature's Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee Friday that he'll accelerate the timeline for finding alternative housing for most youth in the Department's care.
The 100,000 target was set back in 2019, and includes lower cost programs through Maine Housing, and rebates and incentives through Efficiency Maine.
Between January 1 and the end of August, 175 people experienced drug overdoses, amounting to about one overdose in the city every 30 hours.
Clark wrote a letter to police department Friday that he will be taking a job as a global corporate security director at a growing private company with 5,000 employees. He didn't name the company.
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