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  • Local & State

    How Mainers can benefit: Tax experts identify keys in overhaul legislation

    From charitable donations to shifts in corporate structure, local accountants' advice could lead to a flurry of year-end activity.

  • Cops & Courts

    For courts and police, case of missing Ayla Reynolds still simmers

    Six years after the toddler disappeared from a Waterville home, the search for whoever's responsible has intensified.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Bar Harbor to host Northeast’s biggest Native American marketplace

    Coming in May, the Abbe Museum Indian Market will showcase contemporary Indian artwork from Maine and across the country.

  • Source

    The truth about your online shopping carbon footprint

    The shipping news might surprise you.

  • Local & State

    Maine wreaths placed on veterans’ graves here and far

    Volunteers coordinate visits to Augusta cemeteries with Wreaths Across America's delivery Saturday at Arlington National Cemetery.

  • Local & State

    Boat Parade of Lights adds sparkle to Portland’s holidays

    A small crowd turns out at Fort Allen Park to watch the parade in Portland Harbor.

  • Meet

    Bill Needleman deals with rising water in Portland

    Among his many duties, the city's waterfront coordinator helps residents understand the risks of living by the sea.

  • Varsity Maine

    Meet Maine’s fall 2017 athletes of the year and All-State teams

    The best high school athletes are recognized in soccer, field hockey, cross country, volleyball and golf, with football to come.

  • Editorials

    Our View: Youth prison fails those it’s supposed to serve

    Despite good intentions, Long Creek sends troubled youth further down the wrong path.


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