Thursday, December 5, 2013
A panel will discuss the interface of the ordinance with state and federal laws on Thursday night at City Hall.
Despite pressure to reduce missed pickups or drop the company, Commissioner Mayhew says the decision will not be rushed.
Maine religious leaders demand fix to MaineCare rides program
Bill Becker, president of the Portland Community Chamber, is encouraging business people to run for four expiring terms.
An administration official and the mayor clash at a meeting over the move out of the city and trade criticisms afterward.
The train wreck shows the danger of what some experts call micro-sleeping.
NY train wreck engineer suspended without pay
Others also report progress and answer questions on insurance at the USM event.
Obamacare signups surge after website repairs
A day after a townwide ban on unleashed dogs is repealed, town councilors move to assign a group to find a way to protect piping plovers and keep dog owners happy.
The information is contained in police wiretaps of alleged gang members who spoke about having pictures of Rob Ford using drugs.
Philip Chism is accused in the Oct. 22 death of Colleen Ritzer, a beloved teacher at Danvers High School.
Violence against teachers brings profession’s risks to light
Kathy Mattingly, 56, was arrested in June after she confessed during an interview with a Waldo County Sheriff’s Office detective.
The 17-year employee of the Winthrop school system says the superintendent was demeaning to her.
U.S. officials say that the programs aim strictly to develop intelligence about foreign targets.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
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The Warriors have plenty of talent but beyond that, it’s a team of friends who have bonded over the years.
The public secondary schools in Portland and elsewhere that are forgoing accreditation have other ways to ensure accountability.
Federal workers spent Wednesday trying to herd the whales toward the ocean, but the marine mammals weren’t cooperating.
Scarborough moves to form leash law committee
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