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Maine's Good Food Bus is on a roll with more market stops and members

The Good Food Bus, a seasonal market-on-wheels operated by St. Mary's Nutrition Center and Cultivating Community from June through October, is reaching more Mainers with healthy, local food during...

10 Maine groups awarded grants for children's health programs

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The Sadie and Harry Davis Foundation has awarded grants worth a combined $95,00 to 10 Maine organizations through its children's health small grants program.

Waynflete unveils new Passive House addition

Maureen Milliken |

The Portland school's $10 million addition joins four other Maine schools that have built to super-insulated energy efficient standards.

Morrison Center plans new residential facility

The Morrison Center, a nonprofit whose mission is to help people of all ages with disabilities, plans to open a new residential facility in New Gloucester for young people age 10 to 21.

Researchers hope to get Maine green crabs on the menu

Laurie Schreiber |

Researchers at Manomet, a Brunswick nonprofit, have discovered a market for green crabs in Italy that they think could carry over to U.S. restaurants.

Oceanfront property in York to become a retreat for artists and writers

Work is underway to transform an oceanfront property in York called Surf Point into a residency program for visual artists and writers.

Abbe Museum receives $169K grant to ‘decolonize’ its practices

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The Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor has received a $169,070 Museums for America grant to continue “decolonizing” its practices in documenting and interpreting Native American history and...

Yarmouth entrepreneur leads effort to keep Fork Food Lab open

An effort is under way to save the Fork Food Lab, an incubator for startup food businesses in Portland that is slated to be closed by the end of this month.

Portland’s Amistad recovery center expands to Bath

Amistad, a peer support and recovery center in Portland, has expanded into Bath.

Six Maine housing programs land $1.1M in grants

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Six housing organizations in Maine will receive a total of $1,062,909 to support efforts to develop and preserve affordable housing and supportive services for persons with disabilities in...

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