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Past articles by Clay:

Player and staff safety top priority for annual pond hockey tournament

The Maine Pond Hockey Classic is one of the largest fundraisers benefitting the Alfond Youth and Community Center → Read More

Is your 'work from home' office cyber secure?

One Maine cyberdefense company suggests doing these things to protect yourself and coworkers → Read More

FBI calls on public to protect election process from foreign influence, disinformation campaigns

FBI issues guidance so voters can identify and help report foreign influence operations or other disinformation campaigns as 2020 election nears. → Read More

Serving our country, then and now

Blake Toth of Maine is a veteran and is currently serving as a firefighter for a helicopter attack team in Southern California → Read More

Cumberland County DA drops charges against BLM protestors

Cumberland County District Attorney Jonathan Sahrbeck will not pursue Failure to Disperse charges against 32 people during Black Lives Matter demonstrations → Read More

From shucked to shelf: Introducing Lobsterman

Woman creates Lobsterman art out of shucked and cleaned shells → Read More

Future of Maine's forest industry possibly lies in Finland

Finland, like Maine, has heritage forest industries. Over the last decade, Finland has grown a sustainable bioeconomy. Maine is trying to match it. → Read More

Paying off student loan debt with PTO days

A new program at Unum allows employees to trade 40 hours of paid time off for money towards student loan debt → Read More

MDOE released back to school survey initial findings

The Maine Department of Education released a series of surveys about the 2020 school year during COVID-19. Wednesday the initial findings were released. → Read More

S. Portland, Westbrook residents to be graded on recycling

Ecomaine interns will be popping the lids on hundreds of recycling bins to educate residents, but it will also save involved municipalities thousands of dollars. → Read More

Washington County crash under investigation

A vehicle rolled over on Route 192 in Northfield, according to law enforcement. → Read More

Aquaculture in Maine predicted to grow as industry seeks skilled-workers

The Gulf of Maine Research Institute published a study on the needs and challenges of Maine's aquaculture industry. Here's what it found. → Read More

Car drives into baseball stands and playground at Deering Oaks Park

Police are investigating a car that reportedly drove into baseball stands and through a park in Portland → Read More

Conceptual reopening plan approved for Bangor School District

Bangor School District Superintendent Betsy Webb presented a fluid reopening plan during a remote public meeting Friday → Read More

City seeks input on Peaks Island ferry infrastructure study

A planning board held a remote public meeting for about two hours on Peaks Island Ferry Landside Operations Study taking public comments and live polling. → Read More

Maine businesses and the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement

The USMCA went into effect on July 1. Canada is already Maine's largest export partner, according to Maine Small Business Administration. → Read More

Portland School Board directs superintendent to extend school resource officer decision

Board of Education moves to extend study into school resource officers, until July 1, 2021, before making a decision → Read More

Initial numbers on COVID-19 and its impact on Maine exports

The Maine International Trade Center released initial data through April about the impact the pandemic has had on Maine industries → Read More

'Juneteenth is every day for me': Maine artist uses drawings, music to recognize Black beauty

Hi Tiger, an artist and DJ based in Portland, leads art installation in Biddeford to put Black beauty front and center. → Read More

Prepare for changes at reopened state parks and beaches

On Monday, ten midcoast and southern Maine beach state parks and campgrounds reopened after being closed since mid-March. → Read More