Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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
The policy comes after a series of articles about the Department of Environmental Protection.
'The Lobbyist in the henhouse' DEP series
OK, I admit it. The moment they rolled out Portland's new slogan Tuesday, I found myself somewhere between unimpressed and downright disappointed . . .
By insuring more people, the bill, still viable with an override of Gov. LePage's veto, could offset the escalating costs of free care, they say.
The governor wants to support a UMaine offshore wind pilot project over that of a Norwegian company, but a sponsor says failure to pass the bill would undermine other energy initiatives as well.
Police say Kyle Dube used a fake Facebook profile to lure Nichole Cable out of her Glenburn home before killing her and hiding her body on May 12.
The Abyssinian Meeting House is one of 11 U.S. historic places identified by a preservation group.
Following a lawsuit, the insurer releases a list of doctors and hospitals for the statewide exchange.
Despite legislative support, Rep. Rebecca's Millett's alternative bill won't be veto-proof.
But enforcement action against the ad trucks, like the one roving through the area this month, is unusual.
The Senate's rejection of further safeguards to existing legislation likely dooms the effort.
VoteTRAC: An Act to Amend Mining Laws to Protect Water Quality
A hiker and kayaker, Kenneth Wilson, 77, had moved to Gray with his wife in 1995.
But Rep. Mark Dion, proponent of a tougher bill, vows to patiently pursue the cause.
Red, ripe and just about ready for picking, Maine berries bring their sweet something to food and drink.
Jonny Gomes homers in the ninth as Boston wins its second game of the day against Tampa Bay.
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