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Court: S. Portland must pay full cost of defending against pipeline suit

South Portland, which has already spent more than $1 million to defend its environmental ordinance, will be fully responsible for additional legal costs in fighting a lawsuit over transportation of...

LePage floats idea of merging MDOT and Maine Turnpike Authority

Gov. Paul LePage speaking at a town hall meeting in Gorham Wednesday night floated the idea of merging the Maine Turnpike Authority with the Maine Department of Transportation, suggesting that it...

Tilson lands $4.23 million contract with NHDOT

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Portland-based Tilson Technology Management and Massachusetts-based MobilityTech were awarded a design-build contract by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation for a project along the F. E.

Trump budget proposal threatens passenger flights at rural Maine airports

Several Maine airports could face drastic reductions in passenger flights under President Donald Trump's proposed budget, which eliminates funding for the U.S. Department of Transportation's...

Thousands remain without power due to blizzard

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Almost 35,000 Maine residents were without power at mid-morning today due to the high winds and heavy snowfalls that arrived with Winter Storm Stella on Tuesday.

METRO Breez commuter bus expands to Brunswick

Brunswick's town council approved a two-year pilot project extending the Greater Portland Transit District's METRO Breez commuter service from Portland to Brunswick.

Maine seeks $460 million from feds for infrastructure projects

Three Maine infrastructure projects totaling $460 million are among 428 infrastructure projects the National Governors Association has submitted to President Donald Trump’s transition team in...

Wiscasset businesses seek to stop MDOT's Route 1 project

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Four Wiscasset Village businesses have filed a complaint and a motion for preliminary injunction in the Lincoln County Superior Court, seeking to stop a Maine Department of Transportation project on...

Bangor airport makes $34K emergency computer upgrade

Bangor International Airport recently made an emergency $34,540 purchase of three new computers for its 10-year-old computer system that controls more than 1,000 airfield lights.

Blizzard slows but doesn't stop Maine businesses

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Many businesses, colleges, state and local offices and bus services were shut down Monday from the blizzard that dropped more than a foot-and-a-half of snow in most areas. The Portland International...

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