Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The zoning change would allow the 45-unit Bayside Anchor development to be built.
Researchers believe warming ocean temperatures, an increase in predation and pollution could be responsible.
Kody Williams, who was transferred from the juvenile facility when he was 18, files a lawsuit over conditions at the Cumberland County Jail.
Blip or trend? Violence spikes at South Portland youth detention center
Bath Iron Works will use the money on fleet maintenance and design work on the Littoral Combat Ship.
The circumstances of Ibragim Todashev’s entry into the U.S. and failure to comply with his visa terms are unclear.
While sales in Maine outpace those nationally, bargain-hunting buyers push the median sale prices down.
Nationally, new home sales plunge 14.5 percent in March
Thermogen says the project will move ahead despite reduced financing.
A Richmond woman’s claim that her civil rights were violated now moves forward in Kennebec County.
Losses were based on the ongoing Internet trade and viewing of images of ‘Amy’ being raped by her uncle when she was 8 and 9 years old.
Supreme Court deals blow to affirmative action
The outage began at about 12:15 p.m. and affected the Route 1 and Payne Road corridors.
Thanks to a the surgical implantation of a new high-tech device, he’s regained enough of his eyesight to catch small glimpses of his wife, grandson and cat.
The Blue Blazes get strong pitching to beat Deering.
Boosting penalties for coercing vulnerable people into prostitution will fund efforts to help victims get out.
The initiative is part of an Obama administration effort to trim the nation’s prison population and ease sentencing disparites, especially for drug crimes.
Complaints rising over unleashed dogs in Portland's Baxter Woods
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