At the end of March, there were 20,976 unemployed people in our state. Want to guess the last time we saw that few Mainers looking for work? February. Of 1989. That was during the tenure of Maine’s last GOP governor, Jock McKernan. The corollary to that is true as well. March saw 679,638 employed individuals […]
Notes from a Corner of the Country
Is age an issue in the 2020 presidential campaign?
Rural economic growth starts in Maine's cities