The Talk of Maine
Public surveillance in Maine is changing, but ironically it's always been fairly strong here.
They certainly haven't crippled the ligislature, but they haven't improved its efficiency either. Image subjects: State legislators in session in the House.
Registered nurses can find good positions virtually anywhere they choose to settle in the Pine Tree State. Image subjects: Caregiver with female patient in hospital bed
Mainers take their elections so seriously that a Florida vote simply couldn't happen here. Image subjects: voters' feet standing in voting booth
Mainers have been agonizing over whether a controversial program is worth its cost
Bangor, it seems, has become the go-to airport for pilots carrying unruly passengers. Location: Bangor
A major change shakes up the paper industry, many Mainers are wondering if it has a future here. Maine hasn't seen a new paper mill built here in twenty years. Image subjects: pulb wood stacked. Location: North Woods
Census 2000 has revealed a few surprises about the Pine Tree State - some pleasant, some not.
Maine's home-health care agencies are facing bankruptcy; thanks to a huge federal snafu.
When it comes to recycling trash, Mainers are among the most successful in the nation. Image subjects: Bob Malley at local recycling center