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Longtime Brunswick Waterfront Flea Market vendor and manager Edward “Jed” Harrington died on Oct. 2, after returning from the bazaar.
A growing number of communities on Maine’s coast have enacted moratoriums on large-scale aquaculture operations.
Kenneth Copp, a self-described Amish atheist, crafts simple pine-box coffins designed to allow the body to more quickly return to the earth.
Before its occultation, Mars will be particularly bright and won’t shine that strongly for another 11 years.
King is preparing to run for a third term in 2024 after saying in his campaign four years ago that it was likely his last race.
A disappointing election for Republicans in 2022 has more conservatives in Maine considering moving on from the divisive Trump.
Housing scarcity is so bad one student lived in a tent when they were told they had to leave a seasonal rental.
The museum’s move from the Orono campus to downtown Bangor took careful planning, lots of money and four years of work.
Maine stands out for being a Democratic-controlled state that retains loose gun laws, and gun-control measures typically fail to gain traction.
The Christmas tree farm in Cornville recently gained a wreath-making machine and a mechanical tree shaker in a local competition.
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