Portland Press Herald to Feature Maine Towns

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USS Virginia arrives at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
photo credit: Official U.S. Navy Imagery

The Portland Press Herald today announced that they will have a new monthly feature of a different Maine town. From the story:

Today, MaineToday Media launches “Maine Streets,” a monthly series that will appear in the Maine Sunday Telegram.

Each month, a different reporter will take an in-depth look at a town or city around the state. Staff Writer Kelley Bouchard kicks off the series today with her look at the town of Kittery.

The series will give readers nuts-and-bolts information, while at the same time answering the question: What makes our towns and cities unique? It will be told with words, photographs, graphics, videos and interactive online tools.

Today’s featured town is Kittery, Maine.┬áUnfortunately, we don’t have a town picture gallery of Kittery yet . . . guess we will need to put it at the top of our list ­čÖé From the picture above, Kittery is home to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

Here are the links to the stories about Kittery:

We already look forward to next month’s installment and, of course, we hope they profile a few historical buildings in each town. ┬áThe architectural history of a town can also tell you a lot about the overall history of the town and its people. Yet, while people come and go, building can last for generations.
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