Maine homeless agencies are stockpiling food, opening temporary shelters and more to meet the need.
In Cynthia Anderson's "Home Now," Somalis and Congolese transform a former mill town. At a flower shop there, wariness turns to warmth.
It could be a preview of a caregiver shortage to come.
More than 1.3 million students were identified as homeless nationwide in 2017, according to federal data.
According to a recent study, fewer than 40 percent of schools employ a full-time nurse.
Maine voters will decide on a universal home care initiative for seniors funded by a tax on higher income earners
As the U.S. population over age 65 grows, so will demand for long-term care. Maine voters will consider a possible solution at the ballot box on Nov. 6: universal home care. But should it be paid for by taxing high income earners?
The schools are sharing resources to train more people for jobs.
One small fishing town in Maine is trying something new to help the next generation gain valuable work skills: a new charter school focused on the idea of work-based learning — designed to put students into the community and expose them to different kinds of jobs in their state.
Classes teach how to repair and maintain bicycles for those who can't yet drive.
Some fishermen are catching the coveted seafood in the name of science.