Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The manufacturing company has found ways to make environmental choices pay, both in money and pride, its president told an Earth Day Mid-Maine climate change business forum.
Town Manager Josh Reny says people are underestimating the gas line’s effect in the area.
Josh Reny has been recognized as the area’s most prominent Rising Star by the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce.
When fire departments in Waterville and Winslow began billing Benton for mutual aid, it responded by formalizing a longstanding partnership with Fairfield.
Basket makers say the emerald ash borer, the most destructive forest pest ever seen in North America, is on a collision course with Maine’s oldest cultural art form.
Call them underfunded underdogs, but the adversity they have faced has made them fiercer competitors, students said.
Runners with ties to central Maine say they see the world as a less safe place but are determined not to live their lives in fear.
A group of 76 faculty members petitioned administrators to halt the renovation because nearly half of the books on offer will be moved to a storage facility off campus.
The choir gathers at the bedside of the dying, as well as those who just need a boost, to lift spirits and soothe souls.
While serving a warrant on an unrelated matter, Fairfield police officers found materials used to manufacture methamphetamine.