What Medicaid expansion would do for the state’s federally qualified health centers, used by nearly 200,000 Mainers.
Whether you have ever held a MaineCare card or not, switching to a managed care model would affect you.
If you get good grades in high school, you’re probably going to do well in college, despite having modest standardized test scores, according to a first-of-its kind study by a former Bates College admissions dean.
Duane Valley, 81, and his wife, Laura, 82, made the decision together that Duane would stop driving. He has no regrets.
Ezra Bessey was 8 months when he died of an incurable genetic disorder. How his family is keeping his memory alive and fighting to find effective treatment.
As Maine lawmakers weigh requiring school districts to offer preschool for 4-year-olds, they find themselves asking questions about value: Can they ensure that the quality of the preschool programs proposed for Maine are worth the investment?
You never know when a good Samaritan will show up in your greatest hour of need.
Students across the state have submitted films to the BDN’s MaineFocus Film Festival about how substance abuse has affected their lives. Now they need you to check them out and cast your votes for People’s Choice Award at http://on.fb.me/1eVBXbj.
A Presque Isle man now has health insurance — but not after months of questions, revisions and a mysteriously missing subsidy.
It seems ice and holidays get people thinking in verse. Over the last couple weeks, several people have sent in poems they wished to share. Two are included here.