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The Portland Press Herald | April 25, 2018
Arete Maselli, 26, faces felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from the incident on Jan. 3 near Longfellow Square.
The Portland Press Herald | April 25, 2018
The Maine governor and Lauren LePage were among those invited to the dinner honoring the president of France.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
Maine's highest court gets a case that questions a basic premise of law and the validity of a teenager's 18-month commitment, but the state says it ran out of options for rehabilitation.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The state had held off on posting signs while the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument was under review by the Trump administration.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
Kevin Raymond Curtis, of Augusta, says his father's cremated remains were in a vehicle's glove compartment while he awaited arrival of an urn he had ordered.
The West End News | April 24, 2018
By Pamela Shaw On Sunday, April 29th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., volunteers will be back at work on the “Edible Hillside” at Harbor View Park for the first Planting Day of 2018, supported by the West End Neighborhood Association (WENA) and Portland Parks and Recreation. Last year we began work on t...
The West End News | April 24, 2018
State St. Sewer Work and Maine Med Expansion Likely to Overlap Portland Public Works alerts residents that the State Street combined sewer separation project resumes in early April. The current schedule provided by the contractor shows the project being completed by the end of May 2018. But the City...
The West End News | April 24, 2018
LETTER TO THE EDITOR Leaf Blowers Please Be Considerate I (along with everyone else) am looking forward to spring. The only downside is those leaf blowers the West End residents bring out and start blowing dirt and sand all over the place. I live at Butler School and I have seen them on this propert...
The West End News | April 24, 2018
By Tony Zeli, Publisher & Editor In February and March, the City of Portland, Greater Portland Landmarks, and Munjoy Hill Neighborhood Organization met with residents in a series of two listening sessions to evaluate zoning and land use regulation. After residents expressed concern over a larger...
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The future USS Michael Monsoor has completed extensive tests, trials and demonstrations.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The protection against the bacterial form of the disease had previously been a recommendation, but public health officials want more protection for students entering seventh and 12 grades.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
Rebecca Corbett, who was part of Pulitzer-winning work at the Times, says that starting her career at the Morning Sentinel showed her how journalism could affect a community.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The victim's son, Lukas Mironovas, now 15, had not been a student in Ashland, Massachusetts, since the 2009-2010 school year, according to the superintendent there.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
Deputies were unable to distinguish what the bottle contained and, as a precaution, called the bomb squad.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
On its website, the office dedicates an entire page to explaining how the new voting system will work in the June 12 primaries.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
While workers tell stories of having to go to work sick and spreading illnesses, businesses warn that the proposal could affect their viability and result in the loss of other benefits.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The 9-year-old victim is recovered by a diver during a widespread search and rescue effort.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
A city official says there is interest in the sites, which offer better potential for biotech or other science-related industries than most properties on the Portland peninsula.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
Someone took half of the returnable bottles housed in a trailer in Parsonsfield.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The lobbying group that represents superintendents is warning that failure to release funds could be 'disruptive'
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The $1.2 million proposal by the Atlantic Salmon Federation is an alternative to building fish passageways.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The junior at Deering High was not among the top 8 scorers in his semifinal round.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
Pennsylvania's highest court orders his release while he fights decade-old gun and drug convictions.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The adventure of the young deer in Aroostook County is widely shared on social media.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
Mario Ernesto Garcia-Zavala was found guilty, but his lawyer argued he was initially stopped because of racial profiling.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The Republican U.S. Senate candidate previously had dozens of signatures disqualified as invalid -- including some from voters no longer alive.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
In the once-chilly currents that feed the highly productive gulf, Canadian researchers have measured record-high temperatures that could endanger the ecosystem.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
They have shifted to a variety of other greens or found alternative sources of romaine, and large grocers also are making sure their romaine isn't from the affected area in Arizona.
The Portland Press Herald | April 24, 2018
The town, which added 1,000 residents between 2010 and 2016, could see a tax rate increase of 10.5 percent that is largely tied to the cost of serving new students and a decrease in state funding.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Rodrigo Ramirez, 36, of New Haven, Conn., was involved in a narcotics distribution enterprise in the Bangor area, according to the U.S. attorney for Connecticut.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Bernie Saulnier wants to transform the eastern side into apartments, a boutique hotel and a marina.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Advocates say 19,000 workers could benefit, but some businesses balk at the idea, which will be discussed at a public hearing this week.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
But the rollback to three plants puts Maine in the middle of the pack among other states.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Lisbon police were alerted to the discovery of the 61-year-old woman in a pond off Potter Road.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Roland Nadeau opened Rolandeau's in 1971 with a French-American menu. The restaurant's last day, May 11, will be reservation-only.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Home sales fell by almost 3 percent from a year earlier, while the median price shot up by 11 percent.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Students at the University of Southern Maine work with composer Daniel Sonenberg on the production.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Members of the area's historical society will meet soon to consider what can be done next.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
April and May tend to be the months when most wildfires occur, a Maine forest ranger says.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
He and Sen. Eric Brakey are duking it out in hopes of challenging U.S. Sen. Angus King in November.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
New details emerge from the blaze that claimed the lives of two family members, but their identities have not yet been disclosed.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office says the arrest followed a yearslong investigation.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
The girl tells police that Joseph Magee threatened her with a hammer when he raped her.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
The Portland-based veterinary e-commerce provider plans to begin trading on the stock market later this year.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Several of the home's occupants were already outside when the first firefighters arrived on the scene around 9 a.m.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
The 2-acre fire, reported on Sunday, prompted a response by Monmouth firefighters on Norris Hill Road.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Kennebec Sheriff's deputies reported that Jess Legendre, 31, appeared to be suffering from a heroin overdose and that emergency crews administrated a NarCan Kit to revive him.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Juvenile petitions filed in court Monday identified her son, Lukas Mironovas, 15, of Litchfield, as being charged with intentional or knowing murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Officials in Madawaska had argued that previous state law only allowed municipalities to ban such individuals who come near property leased to nonprofits.
The Portland Press Herald | April 23, 2018
Federal officials had twice tried to kill the program that helps low-income people.