Julie Byron, who grew up in Hallowell, spent 47 days on the front line of a ravaged New York City, bonding with others while dealing with experiences she’ll never forget.
Travis Roy, who died Oct. 29, spent his final 25 years as a quadriplegic because of a hockey injury, but never lost the joy of life or the selfless attitude that made him an inspiration to so many.
He could be blunt, he could be forceful, but the man who owned Oxford Plains Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway also left memories of a Secret Santa whose generosity knew no bounds.
The legendary Oxford racetrack owner had a passion, building an extensive collection. But it was never about driving them. It was always about the hunt, the chase and the delight of the purchase.
Employees, readers and neighbors remember the Biddeford Journal Tribune, which closed last week after 135 years of publishing local news in York County.
Tired of the deteriorating state of civility in Maine, Terry Hayes believes her independent candidacy for governor will resonate with voters.
Janet Mills believes family legacy and a career in law have prepared her to become Maine’s first female governor.
Having never held public office, Shawn Moody brings common-sense business ideals to his campaign for the Blaine House.
Alan Caron decided to quit the race weeks ago but strategically stayed in it so that he could garner more attention when he ultimately endorsed Janet Mills.
Alan Baker and Edward French are two veteran newsmen, both concerned about and devoted to preserving local journalism despite the odds.
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