Wednesday, June 19, 2013
After six years in the morning slot, Moss says she has no hard feelings and understands that change is part of the TV industry.
The policy comes after a series of articles about the Department of Environmental Protection.
LePage spokeswoman says she decided to cut off newspapers
'The Lobbyist in the henhouse' DEP series
The governor, along with conservative groups and trade organizations, signs a letter to the City Council opposing 'nanny state European-style bans.'
Letter to City Council from the Portland Polystyrene Coalition
Aimed at encouraging background checks before private sales, the bill faces a likely LePage veto.
VoteTRAC: Private gun sales background checks
OK, I admit it. The moment they rolled out Portland's new slogan Tuesday, I found myself somewhere between unimpressed and downright disappointed . . .
The brother of one president and the son of another, as well as a possible 2016 candidate himself, Bush will appear at an event hosted by a who's who of Maine Republicans.
Monitored phone calls nabbed Hasan Worthy, 36, who ran a New York-to-Portland drug ring.
Police say the Orono man used a fake Facebook profile to lure the 15-year-old out of her Glenburn home before killing her and hiding her body on May 12.
Social media's role in Maine girl's death makes friends, family wary
The town council voted to begin removing the erroneous saying from easily accessible materials.
Freeport rethinks as motto slips to 'birthplace of myth'
The 24-year-old man was last seen leaving his home on June 12.
City and business leaders laud its versatility and simplicity, but online communities and a local expert aren't impressed.
Experts: Portland really is excellent city
Jeff Porter said he no longer trusts the district's longtime superintendent, Robert Hasson, after the cost of a school security system rocketed beyond an initial estimate.
The oft-praised actor had a stroke while in Italy, according to HBO.
State troopers were searching the roads around Aaron Hernandez's house after the body of Odin Lloyd, a semi-pro football player, is found about a mile away.
The two men are working hard to support their families. Too bad a minimum wage hike is unlikely.
The military cites culture concerns as it gets ready for women moving into special operations units.
Maine Senate approves restrictions on police use of drones