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Sarah Delage


Portland, ME, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Maine Locker Project puts food pantries in schools

The Maine Locker Project started when a parent noticed some kids didn't have snacks at snack time. → Read More

Senate passes vaccination bill

The bill passed by wide margins in both the house and the senate, but needs more votes to override an expected veto from Governor LePage. → Read More

Portland business leaders defend aid for asylum seekers

There is a bill before the legislature that would ensure that asylum seekers are eligible for general assistance. → Read More

AARP holds conference on fraud and scams

It's estimated that every two seconds someone's identity in the United States in stolen. → Read More

Students make case for Kennebunk H.S. renovations ahead of vote

Students at the school say the major renovations are needed to make the school safer and more conducive to learning. → Read More

Caitlyn Jenner's story resonates with transgender Mainer

"I was given a boy name and I was encouraged to do boy things and all of that positive reinforcement, you get good at it." → Read More

Appropriations Committee hears testimony on rail bond

A proposed bond would provide $25 million to improve and expand rail service in Maine. → Read More

The politics of homelessness

In New Hampshire, there is $4 million in the state budget for shelters. Maine's emergency shelter budget is $364,000. → Read More

Bill would eliminate new statewide standardized test

Students and teachers have complained that the test takes too much time away from learning and has technical problems. → Read More

Lawmakers again considering Right to Work bills

Proponents said states that have Right to Work laws attract more businesses. → Read More

Lynx kittens get new home at Maine Wildlife Park

You can see the kittens Saturday May 2nd as part of a day at the park dedicated to its wild cats exhibits. → Read More

Service dogs teaching veterans to live with PTSD

There are five veterans from Maine who have received service dogs through the program. → Read More

Group calls on LePage to release conservation bonds

Gov. LePage is withholding millions of dollars in voter-approved bonds for 30 conservation projects around the state. → Read More

Family leading push for children's hospital specialty plate

To create a specialty license plate, Maine requires 2,000 Maine residents with active vehicle registrations to sign up. → Read More

State Police on 911 call from daycare: "We failed"

The Department of Public Safety is taking full responsibility for the delayed response time. → Read More

Bill would increase access to solar power

The bill would reduce the payback period for solar projects and increase the number of households that can share a solar system. → Read More

Minimum wage increase could be on ballot in 2016

The referendum would increase the minimum wage from $7.50 an hour to $9.00 an hour in 2017. → Read More

Bill would require CPR certification for high school students

If the bill passes, students could take advantage of a free, 20 minute training course on the American Heart Association's website. → Read More

Former Biddeford police officer faces sex abuse allegations

An independent attorney has launched a civil investigation into the allegations. → Read More

Twomey: "No regrets over tossing Vaseline at LePage"

Twomey admitted she went to the forum hoping to have a conversation with the governor about his budget plan. → Read More