Wind turbines line a ridge on Stetson Mountain, July 14, 2009, in Washington County. Credit: Robert F. Bukaty / AP

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Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.

Multimillion-dollar upgrades solve Presque Isle’s toxic sludge problem

Presque Isle was the only place left in Maine that still dumped all of its wastewater solids, containing PFAS-filled toxic sludge, in fields.

Botched lockdown alarm prompts Bangor High School to make improvements

A school-wide lockdown was triggered at Bangor High School when a teacher pushed the alarm button to call for help one too many times.

Maine’s latest newsroom will add to growing ideological media landscape

States Newsroom is looking to become the latest addition to Maine’s news arena, which has a handful of online and legacy news outlets.

Months after clearing a camp, Portland stills has hundreds of homeless tents

The Maine Department of Transportation plans on temporarily dividing the lot in half: one for cars and one for campers.

Toxic ‘foaming’ watermelons are showing up in Maine

At best, the foam bubbling out of the melon created a sticky mess. At worst, it was a frothy indication of a serious food safety issue.

Cooper Flagg allegedly ‘cussed out’ by NBA All-Star during heated 1-on-1 game

Cooper Flagg was playing well and talking trash and the Phoenix Suns’ Bradley Beal “got mad,” according to former Celtic Brian Scalabrine.

There will be no Bangor-Brewer football rivalry game this year

The rivals will have to wait until at least next year to play again because of scheduling issues related to Brewer’s reclassification this offseason.

It’s about to start raining rabies vaccines over the Maine woods

More than 400,000 oral rabies vaccines will be dropped from the air or placed on the ground from Franklin to Aroostook counties.

Family of lost lobsterman planning memorial events

Tylar Michaud was last seen on the morning of July 21 heading out for the day to haul and set traps near Petit Manan Point.

Deer Isle causeway will take years to rebuild, despite climate change concerns

The mile-long causeway that connects Deer Isle to Little Deer Isle has flooded at times and been strewn with debris, which is causing erosion.

In other Maine news …

Maine Lobster Festival partners with state’s lobstermen to support the industry

Bath Iron Works awarded contract to build 3 more destroyers

Saco woman fatally struck by dump truck

15-year-old dies in Sanford crash

Trenton Senior American Legion team wins regional tournament debut

Maine bus line accused of allowing border patrol agents on board without cause

Lighthouse featured in ‘Forrest Gump’ goes dark after lightning strike

Portland’s mayoral field now spans its left-tilted political spectrum

Watch a beaver versus a man in the Maine woods

Electric vehicle chargers are coming to 13 new locations in Maine