High-profile marketing executive notes that Maine’s community-based organizations – who serve our neighbors – need help, too.
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While politicians favor expanding the train service, COVID has changed riding habits, perhaps permanently. Expenses and emissions also warrant consideration.
The CEO of Hancock Lumber notes that infants learn to walk with minimal training or coaching. Leaders can structure their organizations with this in mind.
A rodeo clown discusses what it’s like to partake in the most dangerous eight seconds in sports.
‘Help Wanted’ signs reveal that Maine is a model for the nation.
Blue Angels, dramatic aerobatic flights, small protest are all part of the Brunswick air show scene.
Many cite better gas mileage, hybrid and electric vehicles for the dwindling Highway Fund. The big culprit is much simpler.
A group of Maine philanthropists demonstrates climate leadership.
Though humble in size, volunteer-run Casco Days fair is a display of pride and generous community spirit.
Take a behind-the-scenes trip to Hadlock Field, home of the Portland Sea Dogs and a great place to experience the excitement of minor league baseball.
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