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5th Annual Maine Harm Reduction Conference

Mark Burson

Maine man sentenced to 9 years in jail following 9th OUI conviction

A man arrested nine times for operating under the influence pleaded guilty Wednesday afternoon to the ninth charge and was sentenced to nine years in prison, with all but seven years suspended.


James Paul Young-Dumont

Maine man arrested on drug charges upon exiting train in Brunswick

A Wilton man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after getting off the Amtrak Downeaster after police allegedly found him with 1,200 doses of fentanyl with a street value of $20,000.

Community pancake breakfast to support Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition’s anti-drug addiction efforts

Trekkers develops Trekkers Training Institute for Youth Development Practitioners

Sarah Diment, owner of The Beachmere Inn, is stepping in as a housekeeper because she can't find enough people to work at her inn. Labor shortages are plaguing the hospitality industry in Maine.

With tourist season around the corner, Maine’s hospitality industry is facing a crisis

As the summer of 2017 approaches, a perfect storm for the seasonal hospitality industry is gathering over Vacationland.
Starflower blooming on Sears Island.

“Spring Blooms” Wildflower Walk on Sears Island

Portland real estate developer Arthur Girard, center, outbid Cook's Lobster & Ale House owners Nick and Jennifer Charboneau on Tuesday, paying $510,000 for the commercial wharf adjacent to the restaurant.

Developer outbids Cook’s Lobster owner to buy historic Maine island wharf

Arthur Girard said he’s not sure what he’ll do with the property.

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