Clear 56° F High: 67° | Low: 51° Full Forecast

video Featured Video

Nation & World
California wildfires take toll on marijuana farms
  • Cops & Courts

    Detective, in heated exchange, insists he didn’t ‘zero right in’ on Anthony Sanborn in girl’s murder

    Retired police detective James Daniels says his notes show that several people named a man who was angry with 16-year-old Jessica Briggs, but the official report says otherwise.

  • Schools & Education

    Portrait showing Bonny Eagle senior with his gun won’t be in high school yearbook

    The school in Standish rejects the photo based on its policies against guns, or images of guns on clothing, in school.

  • Politics

    Days before vote on marijuana law, bill from LePage calls for delaying sales until 2019

    The measure sponsored by Rep. Ken Fredette would scrap months of work by a legislative committee, whose co-chair says, ‘The 11th-hour attempt to wreak havoc is obstructionism.’

  • Local & State

    Maine gets extension to comply with Real ID Act

    State driver's licenses and identification cards can be used at airports and federal facilities for another year while officials improve card security standards.

  • Local & State

    Rockland not challenging resident’s oversized Trump signs

    The chief code enforcement officer says the two signs violate a city ordinance, but he doesn't consider it a priority.

  • Health care

    Kennebunk man who got new genetic cancer treatment looking forward to a long life

    Michael Delia participated in a clinical trial last year that 'genetically engineered' his T-cells to fight an aggressive form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

  • Source

    Food law leaves Maine meat producers squealing for a fix

    The so-called food sovereignty law enacted in June was meant to increase local control, but federal regulators say they'll close down Maine slaughterhouses unless the law is revised.

  • Business

    Scarborough Downs site for Amazon’s second headquarters? It’s a long shot

    The town manager says Scarborough will bid to host the company's next big campus and 50,000 jobs at the 483-acre racetrack property.

  • Editorials

    Our View: Maine lawmakers add confusion to very simple question

    If they would listen to the voters, state officials would stop trying to kill ranked-choice voting.


    Add your confidential information here: News tips; send an email to: [email protected]; or send postal mail to: News Tips, Portland Press Herald, 295 Gannett Drive, South Portland, ME 04106

    Portland Press Herald e-edition

    Home delivery customers will have access at no additional cost to their print subscription. Print and digital only packages will be available.