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Childcare facility could help sustain declining year-round population
Brian Deese highlights first-ever economic, emission divergence
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Beyond a year-round population, what helps keep a small town working well?
Vinalhaven Kelp, Inc. seeding after Thanksgiving in Winter Harbor
Donald Trump may have carried Washington County in the 2016 election, but you wouldn’t know it by the reception progressive Democrat and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio got in Eastport on Jan. 13.
The documentary film The Smog of the Sea chronicles a one-week journey of citizen scientists on a mission to assess the fate of plastics in the world’s oceans.
Maine’s share of the recent settlement with Volkswagen for the car manufacturer’s violation of emission laws is about $21 million.
“These free admission days are like a limited time free trial offer,” said Acadia Superintendent Kevin Schneider.
Marine patrol officers Jonathan Varnum (left) and Alex Hebert (right) recently graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.
The grants are financed by the marine economy and jobs bond approved by voters in 2014.
By design, Caught, with text by by Glen Libby and photos by Antonia Small, is a book you can keep on your coffee table both for casual browsing and for burnishing your progressive cool. But you might want to look in deeper.
He was obliged to scour ship chandleries up and down the coast for scarce fittings…