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Go For the Food: Portland, Maine's Duckfat - East Valley Tribune

Go For the Food: Portland, Maine's Duckfat
East Valley Tribune
This photo made Friday, July 12, 2013, shows a charcuterie board served with duck, warm baguette and handcrafted condiments, at Duckfat, a small sandwich shop in Portland, Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty). Go For the Food Portland. Robert F. Bukaty

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2 announce plans to run for Congress in Maine - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

2 announce plans to run for Congress in Maine
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
The Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/13jQ2sH ) reports that Misiuk says he's the former vice chairman of the Cumberland County Young Republicans and the former president of the College Republicans at the University of Southern Maine. Copyright 2013

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MaineCare transport program facing new problems - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

MaineCare transport program facing new problems
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
PORTLAND, Maine — A program that provides transportation for Maine's developmentally disabled and poor to doctor's appointments, therapy and other non-emergency situations has been plagued with problems since new federal rules took effect.

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$100 million Maine transportation bond getting nowhere - Press Herald

$100 million Maine transportation bond getting nowhere
Press Herald
The Maine Department of Transportation's work plan includes the governor's $100 million bond for 2014 and 2015 construction projects. LePage's plan also includes $19 million for multimodal projects, including a key development on the Portland
Paul LePage Fuels Spat With Portland Press Herald, Says He Wants To 'Blow It Huffington Post
Maine governor's explosive jokeCNN (blog)
LePage in fighter jet simulator: 'I want to find the Press Herald building and Bangor Daily News
TheNewsTribune.com -Poynter.org -Washington Post (blog)
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Sen. Collins: Bipartisan bills would help businesses - Press Herald

Sen. Collins: Bipartisan bills would help businesses
Press Herald
Susan Collins polished her bipartisan credentials during the Portland Regional Chamber's Eggs and Issues breakfast at the Marriott Hotel at Sable Oaks on Thursday. click image to enlarge. Sen. “He sends me lots of text messages. The only people who

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Longtime Maine gay-rights leader moving on - Press Herald

Longtime Maine gay-rights leader moving on
Press Herald
1992: Smith moves to Maine and volunteers in campaign to defeat repeal of Portland's gay and lesbian anti-discrimination ordinance. The repeal failed. 1993: EqualityMaine helps draft and supports legislation to extend Maine Civil Rights Act cover
Head of EqualityMaine to step down after 14 years leading gay rights organizationBangor Daily News

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Housing authorities in Maine to receive $5.2M - Press Herald

Housing authorities in Maine to receive $5.2M
Press Herald
PORTLAND — Housing authorities in Maine will receive nearly $5.2 million in federal funding to improve and preserve public housing, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Thursday. The funding is part of $1.7 billion in capital

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Maine railway's insurance far short of damage - Press Herald

Maine railway's insurance far short of damage
Press Herald
The Maine railroad whose runaway train caused the fiery disaster last month in Quebec is insured for just a small fraction of the costs it faces for the cleanup and compensation for victims. click image to enlarge. This aerial photo shows a fire in the

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Maine motorcycle event will remember lost child - Press Herald

Maine motorcycle event will remember lost child
Press Herald
The event is a fundraiser for LifeFlight of Maine, which carried Talon to Maine Medical Center in Portland. A portion of the proceeds will go toward new seating at the First Baptist Church of Gardiner. The church's pastor, Ted Chaffee, is chaplain for

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Amid troubles, some ask: Why revamp Maine ride system? - Press Herald

Amid troubles, some ask: Why revamp Maine ride system?
Press Herald
The $40 million transportation program serves about 45,000 Maine residents. “This effort was not about cost avoidance,” Department of Health and Human Services spokesman John Martins wrote in an email to the Portland Press Herald. “It was about

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