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  • Local Elections

    Strimling’s campaign and opponents trade ethics complaints in mayoral race

    While the complaint by the incumbent's campaign says Unite Portland failed to file disclosure reports and concealed a consultant's identity, a group opposing Ethan Strimling's re-election says his operation failed to report in-kind contributions.

  • Local & State

    Maine astronaut Jessica Meir to step out of space station and into history

    Caribou native Jessica Meir is participating Friday morning in the first all-female spacewalk with astronaut Christina Koch.

  • Local & State

    Family and tribal members plead for posthumous pardon for Don Gellers

    The Passamaquoddy’s attorney was the victim of a state-sponsored conspiracy while doing work that led to the Indian land claims settlement act.

  • Schools and Education

    Report finds fault with Kennebunk High’s response to former teacher’s human rights complaint

    The 59-page report by a Boston-area law firm says officials did not take appropriate steps to investigate allegations by Rosa Slack, who filed a complaint with the Maine Human Rights Commission in 2018.

  • Mick Mulvaney
    Nation & World

    Trump withheld funds to push Ukraine to investigate Bidens, says senior aide

    Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney characterizes the decision to leverage congressionally approved military aid as common practice, and tells critics to 'get over it.'

  • Politics

    Opponents of new vaccine law will get their shot at overturning it at the polls

    Maine's secretary of state has certified the voter signatures on a petition that calls for voters to decide on the law ending religious and philosophical exemptions for childhood vaccines.

  • Bill Nemitz

    A Maine Senator, a constituent and a failure to communicate

    It started as an airport chat between Sen. Susan Collins and a ‘rude’ constituent. Now it's the stuff of full-page newspaper ads.

  • Editorials

    Our View: Maine’s plan for lobster lines an improvement

    In 2017 and 2018, 20 right whales died – a staggering 4% of the population – mostly from entanglements with fishing lines. Experts say even 1 death a year could doom the population.

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