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I've been seeing a lot of bird activity this past week. Especially large Blue Jays hanging out by the feeders.
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The vacancy on the Lincolnville Central School Committee hasn't yet been filled.
Last year, the four-year graduation rate at the University of Rhode Island was 44 percent, nearly the lowest of any state university in New England.
The Maine chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation will hold an informative workshop about its efforts to restore the American Chestnut to Maine's forests at Merryspring Nature Center on Saturday, March 8 beginning at 9 a.m. This free workshop will explore the chapter's program to develop blight-resistant American Chestnut trees.
March 5, 2014 Blue Marble Geographics will be exhibiting at the NERCOFE 2014 Workshop at the University of Maine on March 10-11, 2014.
ORONO, Maine - Five-hundred middle school girls from across Maine are expected to participate in the 27th Expanding Your Horizons conference on March 13, at University of Maine The conference features workshops for students and teachers focused on introducing youths to careers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
Russia and the United States frequently do not see eye-to-eye on international conflicts.
University of Maine-Farmington President Kathryn Foster announced last week that 18 positions have been eliminated as part of a 9 percent campus spending reduction aimed at balancing the university's budget for fiscal year 2015.
June was born June 20, 1930, in East Vassalboro, on the family farm, the daughter of Benjamin Sr. and Annabel Cates.
State budget-writers should not look to Maine's public and private colleges and universities as they seek ways to fill a $100 million hole in the current budget, according to lawmakers seeking ways to make higher education more affordable.
Students study in a dorm room at the University of Maine, Orono in this April 2013 file photo.
A love of learning, once acquired, is an attribute that stays with a person forever.
Antarctica has existed in a deep freeze for millions of years. But even the world's coldest continent isn't as unyielding as it might seem.
The Maine chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation will hold a workshop about its efforts to restore the American chestnut to Maine's forests at Merryspring Nature Center Saturday, March 8, beginning at 9 a.m. This free workshop will explore ME-TACF's program to develop blight-resistant American chestnut trees.