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  • Politics

    Cars, trucks, boats, planes add most emissions in Maine

    In our large, rural state with few mass-transit options, transportation's slice of the greenhouse-gas pie grows.

  • Local & State

    Interactive charts: recent data show uptick in Maine’s greenhouse gas emissions

    Maine's greenhouse gas pollution is generally trending downward, but increasing pollution from motor vehicles – the biggest source of the problem – could wipe out recent gains from renewable energy and more efficient buildings.

  • Politics

    Trump administration funding formula causes Maine to lose out on millions in federal opioid money

    Because officials used older data, the state missed a key cutoff, and funding dropped precipitously.

  • Local & State

    Falmouth native dives into climate fight

    Years of training have driven Noah Oppenheim's focus toward the sea. Now he's assisting West Coast crab fishermen in an innovative lawsuit.

  • Restaurant reviews

    Dine Out Maine: Local, seasonal and consistently excellent, 50 Local in Kennebunk nails it

    Even the surprising cocktails reflect the restaurant's year-round high standards.

  • Life & Culture

    A moving panorama casts a glow in Rockland

    Many hands – and one motor – bring a 'crankie' about a local heroine to the Farnsworth Art Museum.

  • UMaine Sports

    FCS semifinal: Maine falls to Eastern Washington, 50-19

    The Black Bears fall behind 28-0 and can't claw back as the Eagles advance to the FCS national championship game.

  • Source

    Portland man mining climate change for laughs – and action

    Eco-cleaner and aspiring comic Jason Wentworth was living a so-called sustainable life – until he realized he wasn't.

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