A federal appeals court has struck down Maine's first-in-the nation law requiring cable providers to let consumers choose the individual channels they want to pay for, following legal challenges from Comcast and several television networks on grounds including the First Amendment.
Report: 8,200 Maine Properties At Substantial Flood Risk
A new national report shows that the risk of damaging floods will rise in Maine over the next 30 years, as climate change drives more extreme weather and rising sea levels. But the report by the nonprofit First Street Foundation also indicates that Maine is less at risk than most East Coast states.
The state transportation department has released a study of options for a new Portland train station. Currently, Amtrak’s Downeaster trains between Boston and Brunswick must get off the main line track to reach the existing Portland station, which adds 15 minutes to every run.
PUC Chairman Says Renewable Energy Will Spark 'Very Difficult Transition' For Maine Grid
Maine’s top utility regulators are launching a new effort to prepare Maine’s electricity supply and distribution systems for a major transformation. It’s all about accommodating the fast-arriving age of renewable energy, which is already causing some serious growing pains.
The number of Mainers filing for state unemployment insurance benefits has fallen for a sixth straight week. The Maine Department of Labor on Thursday reported 2,025 people filed first-time claims, down from 2,158 the week before.