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Property taxes will go up 3% under the new $76.8 million budget. [Read More]
School board candidates in Arundel and Kennebunkport are unopposed. [Read More]
The moratorium is needed, advocates say, to allow the council to consider a rent stabilization measure as tenants of Redbank Village Apartments face rent increases... [Read More]
Ford is asking the owners of 350,000 vehicles in to take them to dealers for repairs in three recalls. [Read More]
Friends of library hold annual meeting The Friends of Walker Memorial Library is holding its annual meeting and election of officers at 1 p.m. Saturday,... [Read More]
Farmers markets now open Gorham's two weekly farmers markets are now open for business. The Cherry Hill Farmer's Market is open from 2-6 p.m. Wednesdays... [Read More]
Buxton seeking dispatcher Buxton Police Department is advertising for a full-time dispatcher to join its team. The department offers a competitive salary, paid vacation and... [Read More]
South Portland City Council and Sharing Public Spaces Advisory Committee will meet again on June 7. ... [Read More]
Contracted planners are assisting current staff and a contracted economic developer is in place. [Read More]
BSOOB Transit officials say all buses are now equipped with technology to keep customers and employees safe from airborne pathogens. The agency has completed installation... [Read More]
Teachers in our state are asking students to be critical thinkers and to question what they read – they aren't touting outlandish ideas. [Read More]
The $14.5 million, 28,000 square-foot Glickman Lauder Center, which opened in August, 2021, serves 600 to 700 patients, mostly outpatients, but also has a K-12... [Read More]
This isn't hard, folks. What have the Republicans done for the working class? Reduced taxes for only the richest, raising them for the poorest so... [Read More]
Celebrate Bath graduate tradition Heads up! If you haven't yet noticed, your local high school graduates might be looking down at you. As we all... [Read More]
Oral arguments over the NECEC power line to Canada proposed by Central Maine Power were heard last week by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court (SJC).... [Read More]
NEW HIRES Friends of Acadia has named conservation leader Eric Stiles as its next president and chief executive. Stiles was previously president and CEO of... [Read More]
"Methane makes up about 10 percent of greenhouse-gas emissions, but it is 84 times more potent than carbon dioxide and highly destructive to the climate.... [Read More]
The summer of 1960 was particularly busy at my childhood home in Western Pennsylvania farm country. Mom had a big house, and six girls ranging... [Read More]
There isn't a Maine license plate featuring this valuable marine species, but they are only second in value to the iconic lobster fishery. They're also... [Read More]
A consumer-market mobile crowd-control system unnecessarily exploits social division. [Read More]
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