• Energy, Technology and Utilities Committee

    Rep. Seth Berry (D-Bowdoinham), has proposed a bill to buy Central Maine Power and Emera using revenue bonds, creating the new entity “Maine Power Delivery,"owned by taxpayers and known as a “consumer-owned utility” or COU.

  • The former Huber’s Market building on Route 1 will be razed to make way for a proposed Dollar General if the project wins approval from the Wiscasset Planning Board. The board reviewed plans for the bargain retail store Monday night.

  • Living in Connecticut in the 1960s with her first husband, Pat Cloutier worked several years as a dental assistant. Then she got pregnant. It cost her her job, the Wiscasset resident of five years recalled.