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Byline: By DAVID SHARP

PORTLAND, Maine — There are going to be more happy campers this summer as more camps choose to reopen despite the pandemic, providing millions more...

PORTLAND, Maine — Three families demanding that the state pay tuition for religious schools are taking their appeal to a U.S. Supreme Court that...

Snowmobiles enjoy boom

2/1/21

PORTLAND, Maine — The thrill of hurtling along a remote trail, coupled with Americans’ ongoing desire to get outside during the pandemic, is...

PORTLAND, Maine — There once was a tune that tickled the Internet’s fancy/When TikTok revived the humble sea shanty/The views came fast, the fad...

PORTLAND, Maine — Cindy Soule’s fourth graders in Maine’s largest city have studied pollination in a community garden. They solved an erosion...

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — Mainers got their first opportunity to legally buy marijuana for recreational use, but a supply shortage was a potential...

PORTLAND, Maine — Many folks have been spending more time outdoors during the pandemic, and fortunately there were fewer bugs around to bite them...

FAYETTE, Maine — Camp Winnebago was founded during the Spanish Flu and weathered all manner of health scares from polio to the swine flu over a...

PORTLAND, Maine — Homebound travelers desperate to venture out for the first time since the pandemic are confronting a vacation landscape this...

Region built on tourism looks ahead

5/8/20

OLD ORCHARD BEACH, Maine — Much of New England is slowly emerging from a six-week lockdown, with greenhouses, golf courses and barber shops rolling...

Voters to decide power line project

2/3/20

AUGUSTA, Maine — Opponents of a proposed $1 billion transmission line aimed at bringing Canadian hydropower to the New England grid collected more...

Leaving a legacy

1/19/20

YARMOUTH, Maine — A massive elm tree nicknamed Herbie is long gone, but it is going to live on, thanks to cloned trees that are being made...

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