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    At visitor-saturated Acadia park, few places to park

    With 600 cars fighting for 157 spots atop Cadillac Mountain on July 5, and annual attendance up by 1 million since 2013, Acadia banks on plans to expand its lots and bus service.

  • Local & State
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    In rare move, PUC regulators fault utility for billing failures

    A piece published Sunday takes aim at Central Maine Power amid a continuing investigation, with the PUC vowing, ‘We will take action.’

  • Local & State
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    ‘A heck of a year’ makes Maine blueberries late – but it’s a good crop

    Some pick-your-own farms delay opening their fields to the public this year.

  • Local & State
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    Southern Maine sweats through near-record temperatures Saturday

    But at the Yarmouth Clam Festival and elsewhere, summer activities proceed ... with a few adjustments.

  • Arts & Entertainment
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    Museum tells story of Monhegan’s pioneering woman artist

    Educator, curator and master of many crafts, Maud Briggs Knowlton was the first woman to build her own art studio on the island and became one of the first women to direct a major museum.

  • Food
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    Learning to bake bread gives meaning to prisoners’ days

    Inmates at Mountain View Correctional Facility in Charleston bake nutritious goods, while learning responsibility – and saving the prison money.

  • Restaurant reviews
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    Dine Out Maine: In Vinalhaven, a restaurant in its 2nd season is still finding its sea legs

    As The Nightingale transforms from fast-casual to upscale-casual, its wine list impresses and its food shows both promise and problems.

  • Editorials
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    Our View: Moon landing brought out the best in us

    Fifty years ago, Americans landed on the moon, and showed how we are all better together.

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