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The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
The late Jonathan Demme used the boat on Kezar Lake when staying at the family's camp there, according Historical Society President Cathy Stone.
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
The approval could affect LePage's court fight over implementing the change, and he could veto the measure intended to finally advance the voter-passed expansion.
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
Sebastian Monsour was arrested today following a raid of his office in Brisbane, Australia.
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
In addition, a rabid skunk attacked two dogs recently, according to a Facebook post by the town's animal control officer.
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
The Maine Republican says questions remain about the president's executive order halting the policy and a bipartisan group of more than a dozen senators met in her office to discuss possible bills.
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
Charges again Jordan Waterman include aggravated assault, criminal threatening with a weapon and violation of conditions of release.
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
City officials and former mayors say the mayor needs to say specifically what he would cut from the $41.9 million budget the council approved unanimously Tuesday but he has said he would veto.
The West End News | June 21, 2018
By Nancy Dorrans     Late on the morning of Friday… Late on the morning of Friday, May 25th, the 15th anniversary celebration of the Maine Irish Heritage Center began at the site of unmarked graves of Irish immigrants to Portland. Relegated to the far back slope of Portland’s Weste...
The West End News | June 21, 2018
By Nancy Dorrans Cycling and educational adventure to Portugal… Invited on a travel industry cycling and educational adventure to Portugal, I was offered more than just a familiarization of the destination last month. This Portuguese cycling adventure touched my soul, challenged me physically...
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
President Trump promised to end families' separation at the Mexico border Wednesday, but his executive order also seeks to override a law limiting the time children can stay in detention facilities.
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
In the federal trial challenging the city's 'Clear Skies' ordinance, Planning Director Tex Haeuser says South Portland's plan for future development envisions a very different waterfront.
The Portland Press Herald | June 21, 2018
Construction is about a month behind schedule, Superintendent David Theoharides said Monday.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
The governor called for changes in the referendum process to stop special interests from hijacking the legislative process.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
The City Council is expected to make sure other hotels and motels follow the same rules as the Maine Motel and the Knights Inn.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Entosense LLC moves from a barn in Auburn to Lewiston's Hill Mill as demand for edible bug products grows.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Webster, 68, says he will leave June 30 of next year after nine years on the job.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
The parents of a boy with autism work hard and wait patiently for their Habitat for Humanity project to be completed, giving their son a new home in Scarborough with the space to thrive.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Petitioners say residents were given misinformation before voting in March to demolish the Mitchell Field Water Tower.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Franco-American musicians Don and Cindy Roy will receive $25,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Neither does Roger Crouse want residents to drink the sediment laden water, but if they do, it's safe.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Maine Congresswoman joining group of more than 20 Democratic colleagues at US-Mexico border Saturday
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Police say the investigation into the death of Donald Giusti is complicated by the fact that many of the witnesses to the violence are juveniles.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Raymond Allen is remembered as a frugal man whose kindness and generosity will be honored by the City of Portland.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
The Maine Council of Churches objects to the Bible being cited by the Trump administration to justify its policy.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
'One Goal' focuses on the Somali players and their role on the state championship team.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Tight housing inventory in the state continued to limit sales and push prices higher, according to Maine Listings.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Hadelyn Richardson also faces deportation to the Dominican Republic upon his release.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
The move comes as governors of several other states, including Republican ones, have pulled their own National Guard resources in protest of Trump's policy of separating migrant children from parents.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Named in honor of Peter DeTroy, the honor recognizes advocacy for Maine's most vulnerable.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Ralphie the emu is getting on in years and Janet Tuttle says the bird would be better housed at a Georgia sanctuary.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Police learned that one of the four pilots of a Saudi-owned Boeing 767 was wanted in Florida for felony theft, and arrested the man. He waived extradition and will face the charge in Florida, authorities said.
The Portland Press Herald | June 20, 2018
Last week, Concord issued a statement saying passengers do not have to be U.S. citizens to ride on its buses.
The West End News | June 19, 2018
By Tony Zeli, Publisher & Editor It’s time to set the record straight. In a May 21st special to the Press Herald, “Portland mayor’s divisive politics bode ill for businesses,” Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce CEO Quincy Hentzel writes in half-truths and hyperbole. Indeed, she uses e...
The West End News | June 19, 2018
For all you people who’ve discovered kale in the last five to 10 years, welcome to the party. We’ve been eating it for about 300. -Adrian E. Miller Collards TW: Disturbing images included within text It’s June. Collards are a cole (cool season) crop; so much so, in fact, if your winter isn’t...
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
Katy Kinney, 36, was last seen leaving Maine Medical Center on Thursday, and friends and relatives are asking for help locating her.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
The remarks were the first direct comments by Maine's 2nd District congressman on an issue that has dominated the national conversation in recent days.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
The temperature in Portland reached a sultry high of 91 degrees at about 3 p.m. Monday afternoon. It was the city's 2nd day to crack the 90 this year (May 2 was the other), according to the National Weather Service.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
Zahra M. Abu, a Portland police officer who resigned June 10 after she was arrested at a Massachusetts concert, must stay out of trouble for three months.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
The non-profit group argued in a new filing Tuesday that the LePage administration should be ordered to comply without delay.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
The governor's energy director said the members of the 14-person advisory panel will be identified once the body is prepared to meet.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
Councilor Brian Batson proposes requiring 18 percent of projects with 10 units or more be affordable to middle income tenants – up from 10 percent now – but developers say it would stifle residential construction in the city.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
But critics say changes announced Tuesday will hurt the Affordable Care Act market and promote shoddy health plans.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
The announcement comes after the agency received more than 3,000 comments on the labeling rule, which was aimed at alerting consumers of high levels of sugar in foods.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
The victim suffered a wound that is not considered life-threatening, police say.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
It could put lobstermen at a price disadvantage of as much as 45% in their biggest overseas market, threatening a drop-off in sales that would ripple across the state's economy.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
The owner of Seacoast Helicopter hopes Maine residents and tourists will want to view Portland, Casco Bay and a newly renovated lighthouse 11 miles off the coast.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
Maine's Secetary of State is retrieving more paper ballots from five communities before it can begin the ranked-choice tabulations.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
AARP Maine says the increase, even though it's less than proposed, is still too much.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
Six companies have submitted bids to design the $15.7 million project at Lyseth, one of four elementary schools in line for voter-approved upgrades.
The Portland Press Herald | June 19, 2018
A water main break Monday stirred up sediment in pipes, resulting in discolored water being pumped out of faucets.