Sunday, April 20, 2014
Townspeople in Yarmouth line up for hours to tour the new ferry, which is due in Portland on Thursday.
The town of Yarmouth gets its first glimpse of the Nova Star, which restores a vital economic link to the American mainland.
Buses may be available at some stations.
Invented by a startup deeply rooted in the Maine Maritime Academy, the new blend aims to cut emissions and costs.
The 125-foot Spirit of Massachusetts will be towed along Commercial Street to the new Portland Yacht Services shipyard Wednesday.
The advisory council will help the state establish criteria for prioritizing possible routes.
Robert McEvoy, LePage’s choice for a rail agency, opposes a proposed train facility in Brunswick.
Environmental and city officials will work with Sappi Fine Paper on a design for fish passage on the Presumpscot River.
Regulators may raise catch limits on the voracious little shark, which competes with more valuable ocean species for food.
At least 10 people in the Portland area encountered Mohamed Atta and his partner the night before the attacks, but only one is willing to be interviewed.