Sunday Mar 9
Cape Cod Times
Promise of platinUM GONE
Greg Brooks, co-manager of Sub Sea Research, is seen aboard the salvage ship Sea Hunter in Boston Harbor Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012 holding a picture of the British merchant ship Port Nicholson which was sunk by a German U-boat in 1942 with a cargo of 71 tons of platinum now worth about $3 billion.
Gorham Schools: no sugary foods allowed
Two moms are fighting a ban on cupcakes and other sugary foods at parties in Gorham schools.
The Free Press
Our Opinion: Make USM a metropolitan university and succeed
At the Direction Package Advisory Board meeting last Friday, there was a lot of discussion around turning USM into a metropolitan university.
Maine Breeders hold annual banquet
Despite an impending snowstorm, an excellent crowd gathered on Saturday in Portland, Maine, for the annual meeting and banquet of the Maine Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association.
5 Questions To Ask Before Buying Used Hardware
Schools can save big by purchasing refurbished computers. Districts buying used equipment can expect to save 50 percent or more over the cost of new and the machines are good quality, according to Dennis Crowe, director of technology for Gorham School Department in Gorham, ME.