Governor Janet Mills and Maine emergency management officials are urging Maine people to prepare for the extreme winter cold expected this weekend and to exercise caution throughout it.
Governor Janet Mills announced today that, due to a generous $200,000 grant from Northeast Delta Dental, the Maine Veterans’ Dental Network (MVDN) will continue its dental services for Maine veterans who otherwise cannot afford them.
Governor Janet Mills, Director of Opioid Response Gordon Smith, and Commissioner of the Department of Health and Human Services Jeanne Lambrew issued the following statements on the December 2022 overdose report released by the Maine Attorney General’s Office. The year-end report covers the months of January-December 2022.
Governor Janet Mills announced today that she has nominated a veteran of the Maine state court system, Superior Court Justice Wayne R. Douglas, to serve as an Associate Justice on the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. Justice Douglas has served on the Maine Superior Court and Maine District Court for more than two decades.
Governor Janet Mills announced today that she will deliver the State of the Budget Address to a Joint Convention of the Legislature in the House Chamber on Tuesday, February 14, 2023 at 7:00 p.m.
The Governor was invited to deliver her Address by the Legislature’s Presiding Officers, Senate President Troy Jackson and Speaker of the House Rachel Talbot Ross. A copy of their invitation is attached, along with Governor Mills’ acceptance letter.
Meg Garratt-Reed to head new independent agency established to analyze health care cost drivers and propose solutions for Maine people
Governor says 200,000 checks will be mailed per week moving forward
Governor Janet Mills announced that the first round of $450 winter energy relief payments are being mailed to eligible Maine taxpayers today. The $450 Winter Relief Payments are part of Governor Mills’ Emergency Energy Relief Plan to help keep Maine people warm, safe, and secure this winter amid near record high energy costs.
With a hazardous winter storm expected throughout the day tomorrow, Governor Mills closes State Offices in Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, Piscataquis, Penobscot, Aroostook, Hancock & Washington counties
Governor Janet Mills has directed State Offices in Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, Piscataquis, Penobscot, Aroostook, Hancock & Washington counties closed all day tomorrow, Thursday, January 26, 2023.
With a severe winter storm arriving this evening that is expected to bring moderate to heavy snow, sleet, minor flooding, high winds, and potential power outages, Governor Janet Mills has directed all State of Maine offices closed tomorrow, January 23, 2023.