Thursday, December 12, 2013
Historic photos from the Portland Evening Express, Portland Press Herald and Maine Sunday Telegram
Nova Star Cruises plans to begin offering the nine-hour daily rides – which will include a casino, movie theater and spa – in May.
No arrests have been reported in Maine or elsewhere, but improved technology is making it easier to produce the all-plastic weapons at home.
3D printing providing edge to Maine businesses
Critics have questioned whether district officials lifted suspensions for football players so they could compete in a Nov. 8 playoff game.
Nearly 1,800 had lined up health coverage online by Nov. 30 as fixes to the federal website kicked in.
Health care sign-ups gaining steam, but still behind
Read the mid-December enrollment report
The developer will face site issues, including wetlands and traffic.
Lawmakers, told that many applicants don’t get mental health checks, consider reforms.
Gun control groups hold onto hope a year after Newtown
A recently elected town councilor and a local developer are accused of firing shots too close to a woman’s home.
Old Orchard town councilor, developer investigated in hunting incident
The American Petroleum Institute says the six-month moratorium on some waterfront development violates state and federal laws.
Read the API letter to South Portland
The gay and lesbian rights advocacy group is also shifting focus after leading the initiative to legalize same-sex marriage.
The action would soften spending cuts that could help Bath Iron Works and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
‘(He) has changed the tone and the perception ... of one of the world’s largest institutions in an extraordinary way,’ says the magazine’s managing editor.
The agency says it will ask pharmaceutical companies to voluntarily stop marketing the drugs for use in animal production.
Only a multimillion-dollar cleanup could rid the former Keddy Mill land of PCBs.
Bath boy escapes from man in van / Six-hour standoff at home ends with arrest / Local woman faces charges of prostitution, drug use ... and more news from around the state.
Ben Taylor at Empire / Confessions of a Christmas DJ / Preview of 'Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' / Dennis Perkins of 'Hobbit' shortcomings / Cracking 'The Victorian Nutcracker' ...
That’s two ‘reunion’ losses in a row as the Celtics fall, 96-88, to Doc Rivers and his new team.
In an aging state, better screening is key to identifying the small percentage of failing older motorists.
On the losing end: Congress kicks Carli Hopkins, 4, out of her Kentucky preschool.
Loss of NECN angers Time Warner viewers
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