BELFAST — The Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) offers free Family Law clinics throughout Maine, and is now extending its services to the residents of the Restorative Justice Project’s (RJP) Re-entry Center.
tremendous job keeping costs down for taxpayers in the three towns
THOMASTON — “It’s exceptional, some of the cleanest material that we’ve received down at ecomaine,” said Lissa Bitterman, business development manager of ecomaine, the landfill and trash processing facility in South Portland and Scarborough.
HOPE — Georges River Land Trust and Kelly and Oliver Perkins, who run a farming business called A Small Good that produces charcuterie, have announced the permanent protection of Taylor Place Farm, 125 acres of farm fields, woodland, and blueberry barrens on the southern slope of Philbrook Mounta
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Wednesday, January 16, at approximately 11:45 a.m., U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine), will speak on the Senate floor to talk about the effect the government shutdown is having on people across Maine, particularly U.S. Coast Guard personnel and families.
ROCKPORT — Bettina Doulton, owner of Phi Builders + Architects, appointed Charles “Charlie” Frattini as director of general contracting. He succeeds Rob Troxler and Will Power, “who have dedicated nearly 15 years to the development of our company,” said Doulton, in a news release.
More than 30,000 lbs of vegetables this season; food pantries, retirement community benefits
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