(The Center Square) – New claims for unemployment benefits in Maine dropped last week, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's weekly report.There were 815 new applications for state unemployment benefits filed for the week that ended Nov. 27, the federal agency reported on Thursday. Tha…

(The Center Square) – New claims for unemployment benefits in Maine dropped last week, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's weekly report.There were 815 new applications for state unemployment benefits filed for the week that ended Nov. 27, the federal agency reported on Thursday. Tha…

(The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments next week in a Maine lawsuit that challenges a state law prohibiting the use of tuition funds for religious education.

(The Center Square) – A federal judge has ruled that Maine's practice of "purging" voters from minor political parties that struggle with low enrollment is unconstitutional. In a Nov. 17 ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Lance Walker struck down two state laws governing ballot access for min…

(The Center Square) – Maine health care providers are getting a windfall of federal funding to help buoy medical operations that have been battered by the pandemic. 

(The Center Square) – Maine's revenue collections continue to outperform budget writer's expectations, with a projected surplus nearly six months into the first fiscal year.

(The Center Square) – Construction of a 145-mile hydropower line through Maine has been temporarily halted while a legal challenge and review of the project plays out in court.

(The Center Square) – Maine's unemployment rate remained largely unchanged in October in another sign of the tightening labor market, according to newly released data.

(The Center Square) – Maine has become the latest state to clear all adults to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster as cold weather brings a wave of new infections.

(The Center Square) – New claims for unemployment benefits in Maine dropped last week, reaching a new pandemic-era low, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's weekly report.

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(The Center Square) – A federal appeals court has reinstated a seasonal lobstering closure off the coast of Maine that's aimed at protecting critically endangered north Atlantic right whales.

(The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments next week in a Maine lawsuit that challenges a state law prohibiting the use of tuition funds for religious education.

(The Center Square) – A federal judge has ruled that Maine's practice of "purging" voters from minor political parties that struggle with low enrollment is unconstitutional. In a Nov. 17 ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Lance Walker struck down two state laws governing ballot access for min…

(The Center Square) – Maine health care providers are getting a windfall of federal funding to help buoy medical operations that have been battered by the pandemic. 

(The Center Square) – Maine's revenue collections continue to outperform budget writer's expectations, with a projected surplus nearly six months into the first fiscal year.

(The Center Square) – Construction of a 145-mile hydropower line through Maine has been temporarily halted while a legal challenge and review of the project plays out in court.

(The Center Square) – Maine's unemployment rate remained largely unchanged in October in another sign of the tightening labor market, according to newly released data.

(The Center Square) – Maine has become the latest state to clear all adults to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster as cold weather brings a wave of new infections.

(The Center Square) – New claims for unemployment benefits in Maine dropped last week, reaching a new pandemic-era low, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's weekly report.