Funeral homes offer technology to conduct services, but many families are opting to wait to bury loved ones in hopes that coronavirus will fade away and larger gatherings can be held.
The brew pub owner from Bethel plans to begin serving customers again Tuesday and keep pressing the state to stop the public health clampdown on the economy.
The number of cases at the Tyson Foods plant in Portland rose to 17 on Monday as testing of all 400-plus employees continued.
Hope Rubito, 16, was named one of two Berman & Simmons Youth Leaders for her anti-bullying advocacy.
The annual event, which has been held for more than 50 years, was canceled after a vote Saturday of planning committee members.
Central Maine Community College is holding a Fortnite event this week, and the program is already looking ahead to its second year.
Employees in a mass layoff are supposed to receive advance warning and extra compensation, but that isn't always happening during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Janet Mills says she has consulted with lawmakers from both parties in developing a reopening plan, and a Republican effort to call the Legislature back so it can revoke her emergency powers is unlikely to win enough support.
Small employers in the state have received a total of $2.55 billion in Paycheck Protection Program loans since the federal program began.
Tom Standard grew up in Kentucky listening to his grandfather.