This Day in Maine
This Day in Maine gathers together the news that matters to Mainers. The nightly show features stories from the award-winning Maine Public News team.
Monday, January 30, 2022: Non-profit takes over 28 rentals in Thomaston in first-of-its kind model for preserving affordable housing properties.
Friday, January 27, 2022: Environmental coalition announces priorities for current legislative session
Thursday, January 26, 2022: New England experienced record warm temperatures last year; Isleboro ferry to get climate-friendly upgrade with funding from Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill.
Wednesday, January 25, 2022: State environmental advocates urge the Biden administration and Maine's congressional delegation to support stronger clean car standards
Tuesday, January 24, 2022: Newly elected member of Maine House of Representatives indicted for allegedly forging signatures to obtain public funds through state campaign financing program
Friday, January 20, 2022: State environmental regulators say more than one thousand sites in Maine need to be tested for PFAS contamination
Thursday, January 19, 2022: Federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management determines the proposed site for a first-in-the-nation offshore wind research array pioneered by UMaine can proceed
January 17, 2023: Democrats unveil new bills to expand abortion access; Republicans say they plan to prioritize child welfare
January 13, 2023: How warm weather is affecting Maine's recreation industry; Budget shortfalls at the UMaine system
January 12, 2023: Dr. Shah leaving Maine for the U.S. CDC; A new report calls for more housing near Bangor
January 11, 2023: Gov. Mills unveils her latest budget proposal; Sports betting in Maine is still likely months away
January 10, 2023: Gov. Mills will release her latest budget plan this week; Seven counties could be eligible for federal disaster aid
January 9, 2023: Recreational cannabis sales nearly doubled last year; A potential new treatment for Mainers with Alzheimer's
January 6, 2023: A record number of campers at Maine's state parks; How police departments are trying to bring on new recruits
January 5, 2023: A debate over a Maine involuntary treatment program; A look back at the Ice Storm of '98
January 3, 2023: A profile of new House Speaker Rachel Talbot Ross; Businesses sue Bar Harbor over new cruise ship limits
December 30, 2022: An increase in hunger in Maine; Winter bird numbers are falling in Acadia National Park