A report urges developers to build dual-use projects with elevated panels that permit farming and grazing beneath. Critics say the approach is not yet affordable.
Tim Boetsch, an All-American high school wrestler and pro martial arts fighter from coastal Maine, is the go-to head coach in Sunbury, Pa., in its quest for a revival.
MaineCare reimbursement rate increases went into effect this month, but there will be a lag before facilities see the impact.
Dirigo, indeed. Base our future on human ecology, not ‘nostalgia and empty tradition.’
Bigger uses of power have leverage to negotiate. Residential users do not, so prepare for increases.
The resolution passed the Senate unanimously, but a majority of House Republicans – 49 – opposed it.
The Freemans say they will extract spodumene responsibly. They hope to allay local concerns, and keep the TV reporters at bay.
Our project, “Unsafe Homes: Children in Peril,” put a spotlight on the issue. A legislative advocate for children is optimistic about pending reforms.
Lawmakers returning to Augusta this month may recommend enacting a bill to open the state’s first trial-level public defender office.
Republicans want to return half of the state revenue surplus to taxpayers. Gov. Mills signals willingness to consider it.
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