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The Portland Press Herald | August 15, 2018
Developer Bernie Saulnier bought the property in the former Saco Island mill complex for $400,000 and plans to turn it into residential and commercial space.
The Portland Press Herald | August 15, 2018
A trio of law firms says Central Maine Power intentionally blamed customers for excessively high bills rather than acknowledge problems with its metering and billing systems.
The Portland Press Herald | August 15, 2018
Some abutters fear it would affect property values, but others say it could lower property tax rates in town.
The Portland Press Herald | August 15, 2018
Also, a local chef buys his restaurant, and a snack shack sells beach food in the waning days of summer.
The Portland Press Herald | August 15, 2018
White auxiliary emergency lights are illegal without authorization and could result in a $154 ticket.
The Portland Press Herald | August 15, 2018
Jason Maxwell, who grew up in Westbrook and now manages vessel operations for the Port of Seattle, said the man was about 5 feet below the surface by the time he reached him 150 feet off the dock.
The Portland Press Herald | August 15, 2018
It marks an escalation of political spending in the closely watched race between Republican incumbent Bruce Poliquin and Democrat Jared Golden.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Amy McLellan, owner of the McLellan complex, faces up to 10 years in prison on charges of theft and misuse of the property of a vulnerable person.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Federal scientists are searching for the cause of the unusual die-off and large number of sick seals in both southern Maine and New Hampshire.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
A 330-metric ton boat crane will be used at a planned maintenance shed, part of the Canal Landing marine complex on West Commercial Street.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Gregg McNally said flying a 13-star American flag upside down is a 'symbol of international distress.'
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Portland city councilors decide to take more time to address concerns that extending voting rights to some non citizens could put them at risk of being targeted.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
The decision overturns a lower court's ruling on Lara Carlson's claim against a department chairman.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Meanwhile, the Maine officials are suspending the license of John E. Guy, 21, on the recommendation of New Hampshire police who responded to the crash and said he had a medical emergency.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
They say a Trump administration directive threatens efforts to save a beleaguered bird that once numbered in the millions in the region.
The West End News | August 14, 2018
Benefits of Buying a Home in the Summer By Tom Landry The most popular time to list a home in Maine is spring. I start getting calls from sellers in early March as the days lengthen and the snow begins to melt. This past spring was no exception and was in fact one of the […] The post Benefits ...
The West End News | August 14, 2018
Every Month PelotonLabs founder Liz Trice catches up with a Peloton member. This month Liz talks with Mark Cheever and his dog Benton. Mark is a Development & Programs Consultant for the Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust, and Benton is named after Benton McCay, the visionary for the Appalachian...
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Denial letters have gone out to Mainers applying for coverage, but the LePage administration hasn't said why they're being denied.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Albert Flick allegedly stabbed Kimberly Dobbie in front of her twin sons outside a Lewiston laundromat.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
The Westbrook-based accounting firm purchased competitor Howgate & Harmon for undisclosed terms.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
The vote splits 3-2, reflecting the division of opinions apparent during 2 hours of public comment on the move.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
The sight of the submerged animals at the waterfront is meant to call attention to rising sea levels and climate change.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
After her husband was shot while on duty, Sheryl Cole dropped their plan to make more space for the grandkids. Then others stepped in.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
The Portland Water District plans to spend most of the day Tuesday repairing the water main system at Highland Avenue and Cottage Road.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Proponents argue that non-citizen residents who are in the country legally should be able to vote in local elections because they pay taxes and have children in the schools.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Speedy Harry Lord, who was born in Maine in 1882, played third base and was one of the first few Sox captains.
The West End News | August 14, 2018
By Claudia Monsell, LSW at Seventy-Five State Street It’s no secret that feeling lonely is unpleasant. As human beings, we crave – and we very much enjoy – social interactions. It’s simply how we’re wired. But recent research is showing that being part of a community isn’t just joyous…...
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
Sterling Kozlowski was on the board of the foundation supporting Maine's community college system, and a staunch supporter of its mission.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
The Portland Fire Department was on the scene at the intersection of Center, York and Fore streets after an underground explosion.
The Portland Press Herald | August 14, 2018
The Waterville eatery's owners say customers are unhappy with the fries and have threatened to fight them.
The West End News | August 14, 2018
By Cameron Autry In June Rosemont Market & Bakery teamed up with Reiche Elementary School to present a new community mural at the bakery’s West End location. Students of the Reiche School’s Community Art Club designed the mural. It was inspired by the theme “Good Food from Where I Live” ...
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
The city already is home to two cannabis caregiver shops that would not be affected by the proposal that is retroactive to July 9.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
Tim Wells wants approval to demolish a Montreal Street house that meets the city's criteria for preservation.
The West End News | August 13, 2018
By Christopher Pezzullo, DO The human papillomavirus (HPV) can cause cancer and is a common infection. In fact, 9 out of 10 adults — both men and women — are infected with HPV at some point in their lives. Fortunately, there is a vaccine that will prevent this infection from ever occurring and t...
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
In the meantime, they are pushing an online petition for their own pink-and-blue emoji.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
Michael Sauschuck, who this week started a job as an assistant city manager, leaves a department he helped transform and modernize.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
The $1.2 million project would connect the street to a proposed redevelopment on the eastern waterfront.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
The public beach was closed on Friday, for the second time in 2 weeks, after tests showed high E. coli levels.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
The upscale furniture-maker hired Brad Kauffman to be its chief revenue officer.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
The letters tout Poliquin's record in Congress on issues such as sexual harassment, opposition to a carbon tax and new tax credits for children.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
The referenda could raise taxes between 8 and 12 percent, depending on interest rates.
The West End News | August 13, 2018
  By Adam Marletta Two recent letters to the editor in the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram illustrate the limits of the conventional thinking on climate change and how we can most effectively fight it. Both are worth examining if the left is to move beyond this myopic — and, fran...
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
Scott York, 42, was found hiding in a garage in Chelsea, Maine State Police say.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
A new summer program combines exploration of the state with English-language classes.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
Town officials are seeking public feedback Tuesday about the town-owned property on Wilson Pond.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
Archaelogists are looking for volunteers to help them find evidence of a fort that was established in the 1740s during the French and Indian Wars.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
Maddilyn Burgess, 28, was found dead in the trunk of a car, and a Maine medical examiner determined she died of blunt force injuries.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
Maine State Police said Scott Nicholson, 48, was charged, and no one was injured.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
A volunteer examines, measures and photographs the carcasses before they are removed for disposal.
The Portland Press Herald | August 13, 2018
Maine's largest electricity distributor will run TV ads apologizing for its response to customer complaints about excessive energy bills.