Senate race ads take separate paths
As Collins emphasizes constituent service, Allen focuses on the national big picture.
Cruise ships coming in waves
Six of them are visiting the city this week, providing a welcome boost to tourism.
Both congressional candidates call environmental issues a top priority
Chellie Pingree and Charlie Summers field questions on environmental topics.
Baldacci: Vacationland can become 'Opportunityland'
The governor discusses goals of his last years in office during a wide-ranging interview.
Bus to add Augusta-Portland-Boston
Concord Coach Line will offer five trips a day from the capital to points south.
Maine solar power backers plan biggest site tour ever
Among the 70 buildings on the tour are a structure at USM and an inn that has Maine's largest solar array.
Greenlaw faces charge of breaking fishing laws
The Maine fisherman and best-selling author is accused of fishing within Canada's 200-mile limit.
Candidate wants to pay son to play guitar at campaign event
The case tests a new state law prohibiting candidates from paying public money to family members.
Statewide business show to premiere Saturday
The hosts of 'Inside Maine Business' will be the mayor of Augusta and the CEO of Maine & Co.
Closing the gap between agency requests and Maine's revenues should be done thoughtfully.
Nostalgia and home-state lobbying don't justify the waste and expense of pennies.
LEIGH DONALDSONObama's foreign appeal should matter here
Foreign observers cannot vote in our election, but their views of our leaders do make a difference.
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Candidate puts ethics law to test Commission will weigh request to use public money to pay family member
AUGUSTA -- A candidate running for the Maine House of Representatives will ask the ethics commission today whether he can use public money to pay his son to play guitar at a campaign event.
Starting Wednesday from its new Augusta terminal, Concord Coach Lines will offer daily bus service to Boston
AUGUSTA -- It would be fitting if the first passengers to board the bus at Concord Coach Lines' new Augusta terminal took a moment to remember Bennett Katz.
Solar tour offers Mainers green options
Lofving has a little solar car he will show visitors. It holds two people, goes more than 25 m.p.h. and travels about 30 miles on each charge -- but unlike a gasoline car, when it runs out, you park it in the sun and it recharges itself, Lofving said.
Degree seeking students soar at KVCC
FAIRFIELD -- Available parking spots at Kennebec Valley Community College are harder to find these days as enrollment continues to climb at the commuter college off Western Avenue.
TV show touts Maine business
Maine's first statewide business show hosted by Maine business leaders, "Jacobson & Katz: Inside Maine Business," premieres statewide in October. The first episode airs Saturday, Oct. 4 on TV outlets statewide.
Debate offered a clear look at the candidates
We're not going to use boxing terms to describe Friday night's debate between presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama.
Game boosts food bank
LEWISTON - Fans weren't as quick to make their usual mad dash to the snack bar or bathrooms during the first intermission at Sunday's Maineiacs game.
Hurricane Kyle brushes Maine, moves to Canada
MACHIAS - Fishermen moved boats to shelter from a rare burst of tropical weather along Maine's rugged eastern coast Sunday as a weakening Hurricane Kyle spun past on its way to Canada, delivering a glancing blow equivalent to a classic nor'easter that made locals yawn.
Hebron Academy to dedicate athletic center
Missed the point, all along
Helen Poulin, an Androscoggin County Commissioner, moved to Auburn in August.
Note to McCain, Obama: Gates making a lot of sense
As the presidential candidates bone up for their foreign-policy debate Friday, they should study the speeches of Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
Ripple Effect of Crisis On Wall Street Hits Main Street
Task Force Sets Wood Burning Goal
Maine's Independent Voters To Weigh In On Presidential Race