Thursday Sep 11
Cutler defends Gratwick over 'brain guy' gaffe, decries use of...
Independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler speaks with the media after a campaign stop at a Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce breakfast at Hilton Garden Inn in Bangor on Thursday. Saying Gratwick was "a good guy caught in a bad system," Cutler said he believes Gratwick has to toe his party's line, preventing him from expressing his own views publicly without potentially upsetting his party.
Thursday Sep 11
Bangor Daily News
Major Rockland employer inks deal to convert to trucked-in natural gas
Boston-based Xpress Natural Gas has landed a contract to truck compressed natural gas to FMC BioPolymer in Rockland, where the major regional employer is preparing to change its primary fuel source this fall to save on energy costs and reduce emissions. FMC, a multinational company that in Rockland processes seaweed into carrageenan, is an anchor customer for the natural gas distributor that bills itself as a stepping stone and alternative to piped gas for industrial and commercial customers.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Gubernatorial candidates need to debate in York County
The residents of southern York County appear to matter little to most of those running for governor of the state of Maine.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Eliot to mull plan to vote on budget by referendum
A non-binding vote will be on November's ballot to see if voters want to vote on the town budget by referendum.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Feds agree to return $71,500 stolen from fishermen's cooperative in South Thomaston
One of the largest fishermen's cooperative in the state will get back $71,500 seized by police during an investigation into the theft of more than $1 million in lobsters.
'Prescott Players' exhibit explores people and transitions in the park
Featuring artwork by Lennie Mullaney, "Prescott Players" is an exhibit that will take people on a journey through the artist's multi-faceted interpretation of Portsmouth, but more specifically all aspects of Prescott Park and its gardens.
Spotlight: Art listings
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Wed Aug 27, 2014
Kittery and Eliot have success pooling police resources
More than 18 months after Eliot/Kittery Police Chief Theodor Short became the first chief in Maine to run two departments, a police "force multiplier" is under way, which Short says adds to the effectiveness of both departments and saves taxpayer money to boot.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Leaders seek Kittery council seats
Both incumbent members of the Town Council are expecting to run for re-election this fall, and the current chairman of the School Committee may also be seeking a seat on the council.
Eliot charter commission to meet on Aug. 27
The Town Charter Commission will be meeting Wednesday, Aug. 27, at 7 p.m. at Town Hall.
Kittery/Eliot police logs, Aug. 16-20
11:37 a.m. - Kittery: Derek Lahaye, 35, of Winchester, NH, was arrested on the Route 1 Bypass on a warrant.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Eliot celebrates 100 years of firefighting
Carol Mercier couldn't wait for her father to show up in a vintage yellow Ford Mustang during the fire truck parade Saturday morning.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
South Berwick couple nominated for Emmy awards
Douglas Henning and Rebecca Taylor Henning, of South Berwick, Maine, are heading to Los Angeles for the second time in two weeks to attend another Emmy Award ceremony.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Eliot holds hearing tonight on growth cap, TIF and sewer
The controversial matter of the Route 236 tax increment financing district, as well as a proposal to increase the number of building permits allowed under the town's growth cap, will be the subject of a public hearing tonight.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Tree ID walk on Mount Agamenticus is Aug. 23
Mount A is a natural mixing ground where southern and northern forests meet, and it is home to many different tree species.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
LePage turns down York Chamber debate
Gov. Paul LePage has turned down a gubernatorial debate in Kittery Aug. 27, prompting the Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce to pull out of the event.