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HVAC Education challenged readers to invest in trustworthy HVAC professionals following Portland Press Herald’s January 3rd article, entitled “Yarmouth Town Hall Closes after Losing Heat.”
Multimedia News Company Expanding Its Local Search Initiatives Leesburg, VA (PRWEB) February 21, 2011 MaineToday Media, publisher of The Kennebec Journal, Morning Sentinel and The Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram â€“ Maineâ€™s leading newspaper, today announced that it is expanding its local search Internet initiatives through an agreement with ImmersiFind, Inc. â€œWe are adding a new local search application to our family of websites so that our readers and...
By Anonymous Nearly two dozen art sites will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday for the final Bath ArtWalk of the season. The Galen Moses House Bed & Breakfast will join the ArtWalk, showing landscape, coastal and architectural subjects by Phippsburg artist Tom Hinkle.
By Anonymous As the Portland Press Herald reported July 16, it appears likely that a referendum vote on the proposed tax on soda, wine and beer will occur.
By Bob Keyes Daniel Agostino, who graduated from Freeport High School in June, won the grand prize for his film "Tree Line" in the Maine Student Film and Video Festival Competition. His award is a $2,500 scholarship to the Young Filmmakers Program at the Maine Media Workshops in Rockport.
By Bart Jansen, Portland Press Herald, Maine Jan. 16--WASHINGTON -- The Navy's decision to stop work on Lockheed Martin Corp.'s version of a shallow-water combat vessel won't affect a different version of the ship that Bath Iron Works is designing, according to a General Dynamics spokesman.
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