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The overall struggle is just the latest over the future of dams in Maine, where even successful removal efforts have taken years.
Some schools in The County will have to wait until the last minute to make the call on whether to require masks or leave the choice up to parents.
United Methodist congregations in Maine have been losing members for about 40 years as church attendance has decreased dramatically in mainline Protestant denominations across the country.
Orrington church asks Supreme Court to stop Janet Mills from imposing new gathering limits and mask mandates
Calvary Chapel’s lawyers filed a petition for an injunction before the governor announced new masking recommendations on Wednesday.
Atlantic Sea Farms is opening a 27,000-square-foot plant in Biddeford in response to the seaweed boom
Local emergency crews have responded to 66 calls in the park so far this year, versus 46 for the first seven months of 2019 and 59 calls for the same period in 2018.
Swaths of Mainers are finding they can no longer afford to live in the communities where they’ve planted roots are being thrust into housing insecurity as they compete to find a place to live.
Most of the new travel is for leisure as out-of-staters travel to Maine for vacations and Mainers travel around the country.
Smoke & Steel BBQ combines three things that have proven to be highly popular in Maine in recent years: barbecue, live music and axe throwing.
U.S. hospitalizations and deaths are nearly all among the unvaccinated.
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