Veteran journalist David Dahl serves as the editor of The Maine Monitor, overseeing its daily operations.
David was most recently a deputy managing editor at the Boston Globe. Before joining the Globe, David worked for 20 years at the St. Petersburg Times. He was a Nieman fellow at Harvard University and a fellow at the Sulzberger Executive Leadership Program at Columbia University. He has also been an adjunct professor of journalism at Emerson College, Boston College and Boston University.
David and his wife, Kathy, enjoy tennis and kayaking at their home in Friendship. They have two adult children.
Cumberland County saw the biggest increase in international migrants, and York saw the biggest increase in newcomers from international and domestic sources. But every one of Maine’s 16 counties saw an increase.