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  • Tuesday, June 10, 2014 9:37 AM

    Project participants to receive technical assistance and support to explore redesign of state student aid programs, helping to maximize impact of state aid programs and meet college enrollment and degree-attainment targets.


  • Wednesday, March 12, 2014 8:32 AM

    The Maine Senate recently confirmed Gov. LePage’s six nominees (two reappointments and four new members) to the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) Board of Directors. The six board members are: Jonathan A. Block of Portland; Reis Hagerman of Standish; James G. Howard of Topsham; Gregory E. Miller of Old Town; Rosaire Pelletier of Madawaska; and James P. Violette, Jr. of Waterville. Upon swearing in, the new members will join the fifteen-member FAME Board.