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Lindsay Tice began as the Sun Journal's education reporter in 2001. Today, she covers health care, pets and RSU 4, as well as breaking news, investigative stories and long-form features. She was named Maine Journalist of the Year for 2012-13. When she's not working, Lindsay enjoys reading, kayaking and traveling — particularly to Universal Studios in Orlando or Space Camp in Alabama (where she's been a camper twice as an adult.) She graduated from the University of Maine at Farmington with a degree in creative writing.

  • Published
    February 22, 2019

    Central Maine Healthcare dealing with flu outbreak

    The hospital system has new guidelines for visitors in an effort to stop the illness’s spread.

  • Published
    February 18, 2019

    Auburn man charged in Alaska murder was fired for making women uncomfortable

    The Auburn man was fired in 2016 from a Livermore Falls residential facility and received a warning from the state nursing board — in part because two female co-workers complained he’d made them feel uncomfortable.

  • Published
    February 13, 2019

    Citizens’ group, Central Maine Healthcare present their views of Bridgton Hospital’s future

    The Pondicherry Group and Central Maine Healthcare offer the public competing visions for the future of health care in the Lakes Region.

  • Published
    December 20, 2018

    LePage portrait unveiled in ceremony

     AUGUSTA — The official portrait of outgoing Republican Gov. Paul LePage was unveiled Thursday at the State House during an informal ceremony attended by the governor, members of his Cabinet and staff and other supporters. LePage had his daughter, Lauren LePage and his son, Paul LePage Jr., pull back the curtains on the $25,000 portrait […]

  • Published
    December 12, 2018

    Maine Chamber receives grant for work-based learning

    The Maine State Chamber of Commerce is one of five chamber organizations in the United States to receive a grant to implement work-based learning. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation announced Tuesday that the Maine Chamber will receive $95,000 to better connect students with academic and experiential learning opportunities in their community, according to a […]

  • Published
    December 6, 2018

    MaineToday Media shifting work of Brunswick printing operation to South Portland

    Alliance Press, a Brunswick printing operation, is expected to close next year in a consolidation move by owner Reade Brower. Its work will be handled by Brower’s affiliated printers in Lewiston and South Portland. Brower, who owns six of the seven daily newspapers in Maine and 25 weeklies, said Alliance will merge with MaineToday Media […]

  • Published
    May 14, 2018

    Family thanks volunteers after son’s body found in Androscoggin River

    DURHAM — For nearly three weeks, dozens of wardens, Maine Marine Patrol officers and volunteers have scoured the Androscoggin River for 5-year-old Valerio McFarland. On Monday, it took Christopher Lane, an L.L.Bean kayaking instructor and father of six, less than an hour to find the boy. Lane, 43, of Litchfield found Valerio’s body while kayaking […]

  • Published
    May 7, 2018

    As one son recovers, family searches for the other

    PORTLAND — Two weeks after he was pulled from the Androscoggin River unconscious, not breathing and so badly injured that doctors gave his parents slim hope for his survival, let alone a meaningful recovery, 10-year-old Maxim McFarland walks, talks, plays video games and teases his parents about all the gifts he keeps getting from visitors. […]

  • Published
    May 1, 2018

    Boys’ father: ‘I’ve never seen a river so angry’

    When 10-year-old Maxim McFarland awoke in the hospital last week after nearly dying in the Androscoggin River, the first thing he did was ask about his little brother. Maxim had jumped into the fast-moving river to save 5-year-old Valerio. “When he was still intubated, he asked me. Even though he couldn’t talk, he mouthed at […]

  • Published
    March 4, 2018

    ‘I’m not ready to leave my kids.’

    She was too young. Never smoked. Lived healthfully. Then Amy Richard went from CMMC lung cancer nurse to stage 4 lung cancer patient.