Monday, December 9, 2013
Flights to and from the Portland International Jetport were delayed, largely due to worse conditions in other cities along the East Coast.
Storm snarls travel nationwide; power outages persist
The accident occurred on the Portland side of the bridge at 5:30 p.m. and reduces travel to one lane.
Out of 77 communities where most people work and shop and where most hospitals and colleges are located, 11 are more than 15 miles from the nearest assistance.
Maine insurance regulators to highlight health care overhaul
Police Chief Dana Kelley said the arrests stem from the purchase of drugs – cocaine, heroin and prescription pills – by undercover police officers.
An ambitious development in a neighborhood with
an unsettled past could face a key vote Tuesday.
Opinion split on Portland’s Bayside neighborhood development in advance of public hearing
Flashback: an aerial view of Bayside, circa 1960
Critics say arming rangers is unnecessary and would transform their role and relationship with the public.
Special Maine group considering guns for rangers
Spies are apparently hunting the fictitious worlds of Second Life and World of Warcraft looking for terrorists or informants.
Sean Kingston of Wiscasset faces a gun possession charge, and the victim is recovering at a Lewiston hospital.
Details emerge about the plan to improve service, but questions remain and a state evaluation is ongoing.
Mainers frustrated with MaineCare ride system
The state is asking residents to report sightings of the pest.
The plan to move state agencies to South Portland requires completion in about a year.
The Prohibition-era Woman’s Christian Temperance Union is mounting a comeback.
Customers of Four Corners General Store in West Gardiner rally to help a Filipino family affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
A Portland artisan busily fills orders for her gilded reptiles after magazines discover them.
After recovering from a gunshot to the head in the Korean War, he built a business, founded a boxing club and served his community.
A Portland antiques lover posts a $5,000 bond and buys the structure for $1 to halt its demolition.
The New England Patriots have placed their star tight end on injured reserve with what a source is describing as a torn ACL and damaged MCL.
As hourly pay stagnates, profitable companies are benefiting from government spending.
The VA tries to reach out to the growing number of women who have served as many face sexism as well as mental health and financial issues.
Building on history in Bayside
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