Jackie Mundry, NEWS CENTER Maine

Jackie Mundry

NEWS CENTER Maine

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  • NEWS CENTER Maine
Past:
  • CBS 8 San Diego
  • 10 News Tampa Bay
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • KHOU
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
  • 10TV.com
  • WBIR Channel 10
  • KVUE News
  • THV11

Recent articles by Jackie:

State leaders meet to discuss Maine's mental health crisis

On Tuesday, state and medical leaders met to talk about the challenges they have been seeing with mental health. → Read More

Alcohol shortage affecting Maine

Champagne and liquor are proving to be the hardest to come by and the shortage will likely worsen in 2023 and 2024. → Read More

Maine's health insurance marketplace open for enrollment

The state of Maine now has a new health insurance marketplace for Mainers to compare insurance plans → Read More

Standish man pleads not guilty to girlfriend's murder

Brandon Libby, 34, of Standish pleaded not guilty to the murder of Amanda Brown, 29, also of Standish → Read More

Learn the warning signs of Alzheimer's during Alzheimer's Awareness Month

November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month and Maine experts are explaining the difference between the disease and normal aging → Read More

Question 3 passed, what now?

On Tuesday, Mainers voted to add the 'right to food' to the state's constitution → Read More

Auburn man sentenced in stabbing death of another man

Bryan Peabody, 26, was sentenced to 8 years in prison for the death of 46-year-old Lawrence Kilkenny in Auburn, Maine in June 2020. → Read More

Maine's Community College System sees decline in enrollment

The community college system has seen almost a 6% decline in enrollment for traditional students, but a 70% increase in career programs across the state → Read More

Paid medical leave commission holds first meeting

During the last legislative session, a commission was formed to discuss the state's paid family medical leave → Read More

Longtime Westbrook Food Pantry director steps down

As 82-year-old Jeanne Rielly steps away from her position, others at the pantry are thankful for all she has done in Westbrook, Maine → Read More

Camden Hills Regional High School students walk out of class to protest alleged sexual assault

Students at Camden Hills High School in Rockport, Maine, staged a walkout on Wednesday afternoon to protest how sexual assault is handled at their school → Read More

VERIFY: Yes, the flu vaccine is mandatory for Maine health care workers

The influenza vaccine is among the seven vaccines health care workers are required to get in Maine → Read More

Trial underway for South Paris double murder

A Peru, Maine, man is on trial for the murder of his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend on New Year's Day 2019 → Read More

New Mainers working to fill the state's healthcare void

As the state is still in need of healthcare workers, a number of immigrants are getting their healthcare degrees to help with the shortage in Maine → Read More

The impact of social media in schools

Maine schools took precautions earlier this week after a threat to 'shoot up' a school was circulated on Snapchat. → Read More

New resource center opens for domestic violence and sex trafficking victims

Save Voices is opening a new facility to better serve victims of domestic violence and sex trafficking in Maine → Read More

First responders urging Mainers to stop following scanner pages

There are scanner pages on social media for just about every corner of our state, but police say they are doing more harm than good in Maine → Read More

Motorcycle ride for Biddeford murder victim

On Sunday, more than 400 motorcyclists rode through Waterboro to honor 31-year-old Douglas Michaud Jr. who police say was shot and killed earlier this month. → Read More

Mainers observe Deaf Culture Week

This year marks the 30th annual Deaf Culture Week in which the deaf community celebrates their differences and educates others. → Read More

Maine Department of Education will use federal funding to train educators

Part of the $137 million from the American Recovery Plan will be used to address the staffing shortage in schools in Maine → Read More