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Foundation funds 12 children's health projects in Maine


The Sadie and Harry Davis Foundation has awarded grants totaling $100,000 to 12 organizations through its Children's Health Small Grants Program.

Maine Office of Tourism wins award for Instagram campaign


The Maine Office of Tourism received a tourism marketing award for its 2016 Instagram 'Influencer' campaign from the U.S. Travel Association.

NRCM warns: Lawsuit likely if commercial logging permitted in national monument


Lisa Pohlmann, executive director of the Natural Resources Council of Maine, served notice to the Trump administration that allowing “commercial logging” in the Katahdin Woods and Waters...

Backyard Farms tomatoes due back in stores in October

Backyard Farms tomatoes will be back in stores from Maine to New Jersey in October, after the Madison grower shut down for a month to accommodate upgrades by new owner Mastronardi Produce.

St. Joseph's College lights up new $4.7M sports complex


St. Joseph's College showed off its $4.7 million lighted sports complex with an evening ceremony Monday on the Sebago Lake campus in Standish.

State exploring rule changes for ‘tiny houses’

The growing popularity of tiny houses in Maine is creating problems for communities that don’t have specific regulations tailored to homes of less than 400 square feet whose small footprint...

Tired stretch of Congress Street due for a makeover

Laurie Schreiber |

Several neglected buildings along Congress Street in Portland are getting some much-needed TLC from a local developer.

Presque Isle’s art scene gets boost with downtown initiative

More than 20 artists are lined up to create an artists hub in Presque Isle in the third floor of the Key Bank building downtown.

LePage puts Boothbay home on the market

Gov. Paul LePage and his wife Ann are selling the home in Boothbay that they purchased in a foreclosure auction for $215,000 in 2014.

Medical startup brings infusion services to rural Maine

Renee Cordes |

A Farmingdale-based startup is bringing infusion services to rural locations and smaller health-care facilities to spare patients the hassle and extra cost of having to travel far from home.