Manufacturers say they’re producing as much ammunition as they can, but many gun store shelves are empty and prices keep rising.
The outcome with the bipartisan effort will set the stage for the next debate over Joe Biden’s much more ambitious $3.5 trillion spending package.
Not until I moved Down East did I realize the spectacle of a night sky. In all of the previous places I lived, a true appreciation of a sky at night was difficult because of human-made light pollution.
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State and local governments are likely to be more accountable and make better local decisions than a larger, more distant government entity beholden to national political forces.
Visitors, you have been warned. Hosts, you have been defended.
Roxanne Schaefer is $3,000 behind on her $995 monthly rent after her girlfriend lost her dishwasher job during the pandemic.
One train crashed into the rear of another Friday.
That’s because of rising COVID-19 transmission in those counties.
That’s ignited heavy pushback from American industry where fears are widespread that the new laws will drive up the cost of doing business.
More than 3.6 million Americans are at risk of eviction, some in a matter of days.
That surge imperils the nation’s economic recovery and threatens his central promise to lead the U.S. out of the pandemic.
WALDOBORO — After a year without live performances, Halcyon is thrilled to return to Broad Bay Church in Waldoboro for an evening of invigorating, joyful and celebratory music. On Sunday, Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. violinists Sophie and Josie Davis, violist Colin Wheatley, cellist Nora Williauer and pianist Margarita Rovenskaya will perform Dvorak’s beloved Piano Quintet […]
The delta variant of the coronavirus now threatens to upend normal instruction for a third consecutive school year.
CASTINE — On Aug. 6-7 the Castine Arts Association will celebrate the works of Castine-connected writers through a series of programs and presentations highlighting the work of those writers created and/or published during 2019 to the present time. Held at Emerson Hall, 67 Court Street Castine, “The Things They Wrote. The Stories They Told” will […]
OQUOSSOC — A day to celebrate a special parish while also rejoicing together after a long pandemic apart is scheduled for the parishioners and community members in the towns of Our Lady of the Lakes Parish (Our Lady of the Lakes Church, Oquossoc; St. Luke Church, Rangeley; St. John Church, Stratton; Bell Chapel, Sugarloaf Mountain). […]
LEWISTON — The following students have been named to the dean’s list at Bates College for the winter semester ending in May 2021. This is a distinction earned by students whose grade point average is 3.88 or higher. Elias Veilleux of Orono. Veilleux, the son of Marc J. Veilleux and Jennifer L. Pickard, is a […]
Join us for an informative virtual presentation by Maine’s White-tailed Deer Biologist Nathan Bieber as he discusses the history of deer management, the status of Maine’s deer herd and the current strategies used to manage deer in Maine. Streaming live on YouTube Tuesday, Aug. 3 at 6 p.m. The presentation will be recorded and available […]
That brings the total number of coronavirus cases reported across Maine to 70,463 and the death toll to 900.
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