You can tell Reardon’s passion for his job and the communities he serves isn’t just something he does; it’s something Reardon lives.
There are so many ways to intervene, so many ways any one of us can be a community leader — some child’s hero — someone who singlehandedly interrupts the growth of the epidemic.
I know the concept of community is a crazy thing to think about in the middle of a presidential election cycle that seems to be all about division and polarization.
The informational session is a great way to shed light on the unknown and make the idea of medical marijuana or becoming a caregiver feel less strange.
Among other things, a realistic discussion about the marijuana black market.
Thank goodness for the Johnson/Weld ticket, or I might have found myself stuck indefinitely in a booth on Nov. 8 working through a major existential struggle.
We may not have agreed about handling Governor LePage’s racially charged rhetoric, but we’re an inside-out Oreo of agreement when it comes to Maine’s referendum process.
Also — big news about Mainers starring on the Vice Channel!
It’s awesome to read a story about a young woman fighting ferociously and relentlessly to save herself!
A favorite came from UJ who suggested LePage “needs to build a wall and make Connecticut and New York pay for it!”