|Herbicide spraying will be limited|
Kennebec Journal - 5/30/2011.By Keith Edwards – Augusta: The city plans to continue with limited herbicide spraying on major thoroughfares this summer, but not in neighborhoods, as it studies how to respond to residents' concerns the chemicals are putting people at risk.
|Oyster farmers crack open a hungry market|
Portland Press Herald - 5/30/2011.By Ann S. Kim – Scarborough: Standing on his pontoon workstation, Nate Perry scooped young inch-and-a-half-long oysters into plastic mesh bags. Good weather meant an opportunity to deploy some floating bags and get the shellfish on the way to market size.
|State’s next magnet school heavily hands-on|
Portland Press Herald - 5/30/2011.By Beth Staples – Fairfield: This September, Cody Buzzell plans to be one of the first students at the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences on the campus of Good Will-Hinckley Home for Boys and Girls. Farmland, barns, greenhouses, walking trails, ponds and sugar shacks will be his classrooms.