• Northampton High Is Crumbling, But New School Is Nowhere in Sight

    By Stefanie Jackson -- The 2007 report on the poor physical condition of Northampton High School may have been titled, “Another Brick in the Wall,” but over a decade later, the story of the original 1954 structure and 1978 addition may be better titled, “Another Brick Out of the Wall.” A recent tour of both the exterior and interior of the school, … [Continue Reading]

    Northampton High Is Crumbling, But New School Is Nowhere in Sight
  • Interest in Groundwater Protection Rises

    By Linda Cicoira -- Water withdrawal, wastewater runoff and unlined dumps are all sources of concern on the Eastern Shore in the quest for a safe environment and clean water for all.  The state requires groundwater withdrawal permits to be obtained if the usage of a well or well system exceeds 300,000 gallons per month, according to the Department … [Continue Reading]

    Interest in Groundwater Protection Rises
  • DEQ Waives $13,500 Fine for 120 Tons of Trash on Sanford Property

    By Linda Cicoira -- Lance G. Fisher, who dumped an estimated 120 tons of trash, including more than 100 tires, on his property on Shad Landing Road in Sanford last year, will not have to pay the $13,500 fine proposed by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). He “claimed an inability to pay,” filled out the appropriate form and was granted … [Continue Reading]

    DEQ Waives $13,500 Fine for 120 Tons of Trash on Sanford Property

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