BANGOR, Maine — The railroad industry’s ability to move huge volumes of goods over long distances is also its biggest enemy in Maine, where a dwindling manufacturing base means customers who need rail transport are becoming too few and too far between. That reality nearly changed… Read More
    BANGOR, Maine — As Wayne Daggett sat at a traffic light on Broadway near downtown Bangor, passenger cars idled in the lane next to him and his 100,000-pound tractor-trailer filled to capacity with pulpwood. “I should have blocked the other lane,” said Daggett, surveying the situation… Read More