Dr. Charles Pattavina became chief of the Department of Emergency Medicine at St. Joseph Hospital 6½ years ago. He hadn’t been at the Bangor facility more than a couple weeks when a man sent by the Maine office of substance abuse knocked on his door to talk about why he should use the state’s prescription […]
Starting Nov. 1, 2015, it’s possible that as many as 200 Maine inmates convicted of drug-related crimes will become eligible over time for an earlier release, under a likely change in federal sentencing guidelines. That means a greater number of federal prisoners could be returning to their homes, families and communities in a shorter period […]
As Maine confronts a future with fewer residents and, therefore, dwindling economic prospects, there is one small but regular source of new arrivals.
A look at the punishments handed down to University of Maine students for sexual assault.
There is still work to do to ensure military survivors of sexual assault can successfully maneuver the VA claims process.
Tyler H. Thompson tells the story of his father, a diplomat, and mother who were taken prisoner by Germans during World War II.
What do seniors do if they live in a rural area and have to see a doctor, visit family or buy groceries? Will they get behind the wheel when they shouldn’t? If Katherine Freund achieves her dream, a car will come to them.
People may appear at first to be victims solely of domestic violence. But they are also at great risk of having been sexually assaulted, and advocates, medical professionals and the courts need to know to ask.
Fluid Imaging Technologies in Scarborough has been hiring — a lot. How does it attract employees, and what can the state learn from it?