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Voting experts say the fact that it went smoothly bodes well for broader adoption. [Read More]
Here's the inside story of the Freeport company's improbable and sustained success in one of the world's toughest retail markets for outsiders. [Read More]
'I lifted myself out of a series of accidents,' says the independent whose grit shaped him into a community organizer and revered political mind. [Read More]
Informed by an influential family and an esteemed role model, a longtime Maine Democratic leader has come prepared with decades of public service as she... [Read More]
The Republican who hopes to follow in the current governor's footsteps banks on his proven entrepreneurial ability and a life story built on success. [Read More]
The key difference is among regional cultures tracing back to the nation's colonization. [Read More]
Kyle Parker, who grew up in Old Town, was central to the drafting of the Magnitsky Act, which sanctions Russian human rights abusers. [Read More]
Maine's Republican senator pins her support of a Supreme Court nominee on 'settled law,' but her reasoning withers under scrutiny. [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, has a nuanced position on how the abortion issue will play into her assessment of President Trump's next Supreme Court... [Read More]
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Last of three parts ROCKLAND — If there was any doubt that the future of cruise ships has become a huge issue in this midcoast... [Read More]
Cruise ship passengers likely spend far less in Portland than generally thought. That's because some overly optimistic assumptions have been made of the only scholarly... [Read More]
Second of three parts When the Maasdam, Grandeur of the Seas and Victory I docked nearly simultaneously in Portland on Mother's Day morning, eastern Commercial... [Read More]
First of three parts BAR HARBOR — Twenty years ago, Valerie Peacock was assistant harbormaster here and the arrival of a cruise ship was a... [Read More]
Bar Harbor, where passenger traffic has risen 257% since 2003, epitomizes the quandary facing coastal communities: How to weigh economic benefits against a fragile quality... [Read More]
In New England, only Maine allows ships to release treated sewage in most coastal waters, and cruise lines have fought local bans. [Read More]
When then state Rep. Diane Russell first pushed for the Legislature to adopt ranked-choice voting in 2009, she didn't expect it to be a partisan... [Read More]
 WGME-TV (Channel 13) has been swept up in a national controversy since its corporate parent directed local anchors at its nearly 200 stations across... [Read More]
Following orders from Sinclair Broadcasting, WGME's anchors read the 'must run' promo, which also airs on WPFO, warning viewers about 'one-sided news stories plaguing our... [Read More]
The measure supported by Maine's congressional delegation resolves rules about where the national park can expand and allows harvesters to work tidal flats next to... [Read More]