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The board of selectmen has twice refused to ask voters whether they want to allow recreational use of marijuana in town.
Darmarr Aultman and Jeremy Salmon show in the loss at Bryant just what the Black Bears’ offense could be.
The owner of the nearly century-old Lincoln Logs toy business is turning to Burnham-based Pride Manufacturing to make its product.
Maine should change its laws and prevent creditors from garnishing so much that it pushes families below a living wage.
MOFGA’s annual event starts Friday in Unity.
The auction house estimates the Harley-Davidson will bring $1 million to $1.2 million at its Oct. 18 sale.
Maine voters went to the polls to decide multiple state bond questions and local referendums and elections.
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