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  • Bill Nemitz

    Bill Nemitz: Birds are dying, and that’s a wake-up call for us

    If the loss of 2.9 billion birds over the last 50 years doesn't shock you, maybe it's time for a walk in the woods.

  • Food

    Cooking with cannabis has come a long way since your parents’ pot brownies

    Once retail sales of marijuana begin in Maine, probably next year, home cooks will have a new ingredient to play with in the kitchen. Here's advice from people who have been making edibles for years.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Music shop owner donates collection of rock ‘n’ roll books to Cornish library

    John Barton operates Friendly River Music, a funky homespun shop in a barn attached to his house on the border of Hiram.

  • Business

    Talks to reopen Saddleback Mountain ski resort stall

    A potential deal between the owners and Boston investors, announced in June, collapses amid finger-pointing and accusations.

  • Editorials

    Our View: Abortion funding and assisted-dying laws can now go into effect

    Maine government will no longer discriminate against poor women who need abortions, or prevent the terminally ill from deciding when they have suffered enough.

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