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Mid Coast Hospital Encourages Medicaid Expansion

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Mid Coast–Parkview Health supports Medicaid expansion, a choice Maine voters will face on a statewide ballot initiative in the upcoming election.  Expanding Medicaid (MaineCare) is important to our local healthcare system and to the commu More...

Both GOP, Dems Could Split Before 2018 Vote

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When Susan Collins was thinking about leaving the U.S. Senate and running for governor next year, she was warned that she would face right-wingers in a bruising Republican primary. More...

Reed & Reed and Zoning in Woolwich

Oped Response

We read Jim Gabor’s recent oped about Woolwich with interest and believe that some history of the neighborhood is in order to provide a more accurate picture. Mr. More...

Reflections from Spain

JUST A LITTLE OLD

When we enrolled in a Road Scholar trip to Spain, we didn’t know that we were going to witness history in the making. More...

Joe’s Been to Indy

Joe Donahue, Commander Post 20 Brunswick has been called to National Headquarters of The American Legion in Indianapolis Indiana, to attend the annual National fall conference. Cmdr. Donahue has been appointed to the National Americanism Commission. More...

Positive first impressions

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Visiting Southern Maine Community College’s Midcoast Campus earlier this month was an eye-opener for Nataleigh Ormsby.  More...

LETTERS

Each Vote Does Matter, Especially Yours   I write to encourage citizens who live in Woolwich to vote on Election Day, particularly to re-elect Allison Hepler and Jason Shaw to serve us on our Woolwich Selectboard. More...

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Our Culture of Gun Violence

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Whether it was an outside initiated referendum or homegrown, Maine’s recent attempt at gun control legislation was shot down at the ballot box. A majority of Mainers clearly love guns. More...

The New Ranked-Choice Voting Bill is Still Unconstitutional

The Committee on Veterans and Legal Affairs will convene on Monday, Oct. 16 to hold a public hearing on LD 1646, a bill that attempts to bring Maine’s voter-approved ranked-choice voting law into compliance with the state constitution. More...

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QUOTE OF THE DAY

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There Are Options

PROSE AND CONS

Since the time I joined the working world I sought out job opportunities that would afford me a decent wage and the chance to buy into a health care plan offered by my employer. More...

Hunger Speaks to the Need for a Peaceful World

PeaceWorks is pleased and honored to be collaborating with Brunswick’s Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program (MCHPP) on a new project and we hope you’ll want to get involved.  More...

Today in History

In 1685, King Louis XIV signed the Edict of Fontainebleau, revoking the Edict of Nantes that had established legal toleration of France's Protestant population, the Huguenots.  In 1867, the United States took formal possession of Alaska from Rus More...

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Trump and LePage’s Plan to Burn Down the Media

Systematic attacks on the freedom of the press are something that no American should take lightly. More...