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Maine Maritime Museum to celebrate relaunching of historic fishing schooner

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Maine Maritime Museum in Bath plans to celebrate the full restoration of the 1906 schooner Mary E, the oldest Bath-built vessel still sailing, by hosting a public recommissioning ceremony as the...

Zoning change advances Nordic Aquafarms' $150M project in Belfast

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Belfast City Council unanimously approved a zoning ordinance change on Tuesday night that allows Nordic Aquafarms to move forward on its $150 million Phase 1 project to build one of the world's...

Wiscasset voters reject lawsuit to stop MDOT traffic plan

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Wiscasset voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted to stop the town's lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation's controversial plan to ease downtown congestion.

Camden Snow Bowl to contract with ski-bike retail business

The Camden Select Board last week decided to pursue negotiations with Sidecountry Sports LLC to set up shop at the municipally owned Camden Snow Bowl.

Wiscasset voters to weigh in on town's lawsuit against MDOT

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Wiscasset voters will weigh in next week on the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation over its controversial plan to ease downtown congestion.

Rockport voters to decide on zoning for tiny homes

Rockport voters in June will vote on land use zoning amendments that could allow two nonprofits to build tiny homes for the homeless.

Sale of Rockland’s massive quarry stalls

The Rockland City Council this week postponed action on an ordinance to sell the city's interest in the 14-acre water-filled former limestone quarry known as the "Engine Quarry" to Jake Barbour of...

Marine-based magnet school set to open in Searsport

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The Maine Ocean School, a new public magnet high school with a marine-based curriculum, is scheduled to open in Searsport for the fall 2018 semester.

St. George considers $2.6M waterfront development

Voters in St. George will vote May 14 on a $2.64 million rehabilitation and development project at the former St. George Marine property in Port Clyde.

Boothbay Harbor multi-use building will soon be ready for commercial occupants

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Some 6,000 square feet of a new development at the site of a former bowling alley at 19 By-Way will be ready for tenants after a renovation.

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