As many as eight new hotel projects will create up to 650 additional rooms in 2017 and beyond.
Diplomatic protocol and ethics rules seem to no longer apply, and some of his detractors point to Maine Gov. Paul LePage as an example of the pitfalls of such an approach.
The Madawaska schools' marching band is directed by the party's secretary, who says the students should have a chance to participate in a tradition of our democracy.
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The proposal still needs approval by the Portland school board and City Council before it can be sent to city voters.
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For those who can't go to the nation's capital on the day after Donald Trump's inauguration, numerous events will be held in Maine, including in Augusta, Portland and Brunswick.
After serving four years in the military, Michael Harmon is back on the SeaWolves' roster.
Enrollment levels are high in Maine communities where lobstermen tend to live, and many have coverage for the first time.
The governor once again makes a fool of himself, revising history in an attack on a civil rights icon.
Shrinking the Medicaid program, which is not facing a money crisis, to fund tax cuts hurts hospitals.
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