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    Downeaster change keeps nonprofits on board, if not in charge

    PORTLAND — Nonprofit groups that rely on renting cars on specially scheduled Amtrak Downeaster passenger trains will have to adjust their plans after the rail service’s governing board changed its practice....

    Exhibit puts viewers in touch with Freeport's history

    FREEPORT — A exhibit at the Freeport Historical Society allows visitors to understand the town’s growth and appreciate its strong sense of community. “Stories of Freeport’s Past: Celebrating Our...

    Falmouth reduces dinghy permits, holds the line on fees

    FALMOUTH — The Town Council agreed Monday to a slight reduction in the number of dinghy permits that will be issued this year at Town Landing, but rejected a...

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    Over and out: Radio Shack shuts Falmouth store

    FALMOUTH — The Radio Shack store in the Falmouth Shopping Center permanently closed Sunday under a new bankruptcy filing by parent company General Wireless Operations. Under the bankruptcy plan,...

    Eastern Prom group hopes to restore Portland WWI memorial

    PORTLAND — Jacob Cousins was the first Jewish veteran from Portland to die in World War I, and Diane Davison wants more people to be aware of him. “The current...

    Heady times for Maine’s craft brewers

    PORTLAND — Maine’s craft-beer industry is growing nearly twice as fast as the national rate, and added more than $150 million to the state economy, according to a new...

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