The calendar will soon flip to February. It’s time to empty the notebook with a look back and ahead.
More Local News
U.S. Senator Susan Collins and Congresswoman Chellie Pingree on Thursday announced $33 million in funding to improve and modernize ferry service in Maine.
The university is raising $25 million to build a new arts center in Portland that will include a gallery, performance, and teaching spaces.
Morning Edition Host Irwin Gratz spoke with James Marple, a senior economist for TD Bank Group, ahead of the Maine Real Estate and Development Association Conference.
As Maine pursues housing projects for new immigrants, local groups call for more long term solutionsMaineHousing is helping fund several developments in southern Maine that will be reserved initially for asylum seeker families, but advocates say it won't be enough to fully address the housing challenges of new immigrants.
Attorney Seth Levy was among five lawyers hired in December as Maine's first public defenders.
A passive house in Maine is able to maintain a temperature of around 70 degrees without the use of a furnace.
On the campus of Unity College in Maine is a solar panel that former President Jimmy Carter once installed on the White House.
In the decade since Unity divested, the movement has snowballed, with hundreds more institutions following in its steps.
The Latest From NPR
Israeli police say they shot and killed the gunman. U.S. State Department condemned the "absolutely horrific" attack.
Video released publicly Friday shows the husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi fighting for control of a hammer with his assailant during a brutal attack in the couple's home last year.
Memphis authorities say they're planning to release body camera footage depicting the 29-year-old's death sometime after 6 p.m. ET. Cities across the U.S. are bracing for protests.
The hormone oxytocin plays a key role in long-term relationships. But a study of prairie voles finds that the animals mate for life even without help from the "love hormone."
Militants in the Gaza Strip fired rockets toward Israel and Israeli warplanes bombed Hamas sites in Gaza a day after the deadliest Israeli raid in the West Bank in years.
Environment & Outdoors