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Engineering plan considers 12 metric tons in Penobscot River
Two nonprofits working together to join sea and farm
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Island Fellow learns difference between ‘in’ and ‘of’ a place
Two projects to add 180,000-square-feet of offices on peninsula
The seed to make a difference in the world was planted at a young age for Horace “Hoddy” Hildreth Jr.
Currently, there are some 60,000 second homes on the Cape…
In 2016, nearly 65 million people were on the move as a result of wars and persecution.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
“Our mission is to get New England off fossil fuel. We want to make the planet a better place," ReVision Energy's John Luft says.
It’s not the sexiest topic, but transportation policy impact radiates out through many arenas, including economic development, land use planning, population movement, and environmental protection.
My first draft of this piece was terrible. I wrote a nondescript, short essay about projects I was working on...
The Maine Superior Court has ruled the Department of Transportation failed to follow the correct procedure when it raised fares on the Maine State Ferry Service earlier this year. The ruling came after the town of Islesboro filed suit against DOT.
Maine’s newgovernor must reform outdated rules and laws that threaten the success of this community action.