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A city loader mixes sand and salt in a giant pile Monday in preparation for the oncoming snowstorm.

Portland officials say blizzard conditions could limit police, snowplow drivers

3 hours ago Portland officials said Monday that the impending blizzard could be severe enough to keep even police and snowplow drivers off the roads, …
Sen. Justin Alfond (center), D-Portland speaks to a group of about 15 local civic and business leaders at the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce about a plan to promote co-working spaces in Maine. Pat Roche (right) is the owner of Think Tank Portland, a co-working space in Cumberland County, and hopes to expand into Waterville.

Alfond’s new state grant program aims to tap co-working trend to boost Maine downtowns

WATERVILLE | Co-working spaces — shared office facilities designed to accommodate a modern, tech-savvy workforce of independent contractors and telecommuters — are opening all …

Rockland board member kicked off committees after criticizing school drug search

A Rockland school director said she was removed from two committees by …

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Islanders do storm prep a little differently

ISLESBORO | Maine’s year-round island residents are used to winter weather, with high winds, …

State finds no wrongdoing in how Columbia Falls funds were handled

After looking into allegations that municipal funds were mishandled, the Maine …

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