Coopers Mills to Dodge Point Reservation on the Damariscotta River
Frustrated by the exaggerations and oversimplifications being promulgated by both the pro - and anti-LNG debaters, Maine author Virginia Thorndike wrote an even-handed book about LNG.
Michael Good: Gold in Motion
- By: Michaela Cavallaro
On fine summer nights, you can spot Five-0 Shore Road without a glance at the street numbers: Just look for the line of folks gathered on the sidewalk waiting to get in. Some are waiting for a spot on the patio, where they'll enjoy appetizers, drinks, and some of Ogunquit's best people watching. Others pine for a seat in Five-0's chic dining room, where the floor-to-ceiling windows are flung open when the weather permits and the buttery yellow walls make even the gloomiest day bright.
"No coffee for you," I said to myself.
According to the wall clock I'd have to leave the house in 10 minutes to get to work on time. I quickly showered, threw on some "casual Friday" clothes, and hopped in the truck. I was just a few minutes
June 28, 2007 The Town of Camden is now without local police dispatch, a service now centered at a county-wide dispatch center in nearby Rockland. Camden Herald Editor David Grima opines in the most recent issue of the weekly that the town could have a bid a more favorable farewell to the recently unemployed.
Though Portland is Maine's largest city, by the standards of most states it's just an overgrown town, complete with internecine rivalries, jewel-like little neighborhoods, and a plethora of owner-operated small businesses that really care about their customers. Jumping on the bandwagon of buying local, something so trendy these days, is easy to do here. Which is why I'm so bummed to report that after Friday, the Forest City will have one small business fewer: Portland