Fifteen years into what has been hailed as one of the nation’s best e-waste recycling programs, many questions remain.
Residents in nearby Patten appear divided over the Pickett Mountain proposal. Wolfden Resources CEO Ron Little says the project should get ‘the full shot it deserves.’
The find, one of the richest on Earth, could test Maine’s 2017 metallic mining laws, considered the strictest in the nation.
Out of nearly 500 municipalities surveyed by the state last year, fewer than 150 reported back.
Bits of plastic from the December 2020 accident are still surfacing, a Friends of Sears Island official says.
Pan Am, which is going through a corporate merger, blames aging infrastructure and a submerged pipe for some of its problems.
Many cite better gas mileage, hybrid and electric vehicles for the dwindling Highway Fund. The big culprit is much simpler.
Experts worry as cyber criminals target smaller utilities that play crucial roles.
State officials say Maine must overcome a lack of port infrastructure and the need for a skilled workforce.
Meet the Democrats, Republicans, Independents and other candidates running to be Maine’s next governor in 2018.
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