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Vivien Leigh


South Portland, ME, United States

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Past articles by Vivien:

Maine treatment plants are finding more places to put wastewater sludge

Tons of sludge are being shipped into Canada, with ratepayers expected to pick up the bill. → Read More

Children's book about acceptance in the hands of Maine students

"A Dog & His Boy" is a heartwarming story about friendship with no limits. → Read More

Getting PFAS out of firefighting gear closer to reality

New national standards for fire-resistant gear to be made without toxic PFAS chemicals are set to happen in 2025. → Read More

Maine dairy farm coming out of toxic nightmare from 'forever chemicals'

A year after pulling products from store shelves, Misty Brook Farm's milk and meat are testing safe for consumers. → Read More

Helping veterans set up their 'forever homes'

The Maine Homeless Veterans Alliance says they need the public's help to meet demand. → Read More

This cancer rehab program helps survivors regain their health and balance

The ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation program at Saco Bay PT helps patients rebuild strength, balance, and mobility. → Read More

Maine's first commercial PFAS lab open for business

The lab in Norridgewock plans to have results available in two weeks. → Read More

Maine CDC is reviewing data after study reveals PFAS in freshwater fish

The study shows PFAS levels in Maine-caught fish are “staggeringly high” compared to store-bought fish. → Read More

Maine police chief recognized for addressing community mental health

Elliot Moya was named "Chief of the Year" by the Maine Association of Police. → Read More

Motorcycle driver sentenced for slamming into Auburn runner

Tyrone Fulgham, who lost his right leg, addressed the man who hit him in court. → Read More

Guiding students of color through the power of theater

An entertainment producer from Lewiston is working to expose kids to theater as part of Black History Month. → Read More

Tick lab at UMaine has new line of defense against ticks

Thanks to $6.2 million in federal funding, researchers will have more tools to protect and educate the public. → Read More

Recovery home for women set to open in Bridgton

Tucker's House, a 10-bed sober home, is scheduled to open February 1. → Read More

EPA chemical policy being challenged by scientists and researchers

A group of scientists, researchers, and a former environmental health advocate from Maine are calling on the EPA enact measures to better protect people. → Read More

This new initiative funded by the EPA aims to help new Mainers advocate for safe housing

Equipping immigrants with resources and helping to keep their families safe is the goal of a new healthy housing initiative. → Read More

Maine school counselor recognized for being heart of her school

Jennifer Simmons was recently honored by MSAD 52 for her dedication to Greene Central School. → Read More

Lawsuit filed against former Camp Kieve employee

The civil action accuses Bill McCook of child sex abuse dating back to the mid-70s. → Read More

Maine farmers impacted by PFAS testify before committee

The PFAS fund committee oversees $60 million in state funding that will provide financial help for testing. → Read More

Mainer battling same rare neurological disorder as Celine Dion

Stiff-person syndrome occurs in about one in a million people and has no cure. → Read More

Cancer survivor pens book to help patients 'man up' to cancer

Trevor Maxwell is the founder of an international online community to help other men survive cancer treatment. → Read More