Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Fishermen lose winter income and processors fear long-term damage after the shrimp population hits a record low and the fishery is shut down.
Robert Evon arranged to have $2.7 million worth of cocaine shipped from Los Angeles to Vermont inside soda vending machines.
As DHHS reviews data from the troubled broker, a nonprofit group is set to deliver 400 petitions demanding fixes to the deficient system.
Commissioner Mary Mayhew’s visit comes amid continued controversy at her agency.
The new restrictions had come after an endangered piping plover chick was killed by a dog last summer.
She was the first woman to own and operate a brewery in Maine.
A mother of four fears she’ll die in her overturned vehicle – until a newspaper carrier comes along.
They try a third time for state approval while two other groups file for brick-and-mortar charter schools.
Special Report: The profit motive behind virtual schools in Maine
The Maine Moose Trax would start indoor play next fall, possibly at the civic center.
Advocates of splitting the school district are more vocal as hundreds of people pack the town hall.
Investigators are still interviewing William Rockefeller and won’t comment on his level of alertness at the time of Sunday’s accident.
Focus on the road apparently dwindles in the days leading up to Christmas.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
Gradual effects like rising oceans are less a problem than mass species extinctions, they say.
From mild to bold, gooey to hard, the ever-growing number of varieties available locally boggles the mind. Here’s a primer.
The former Portland Sea Dogs player will reportedly leave Boston for $153 million over seven years.
GLBT violence victims need specific attention, though they have a lot in common with other survivors.
Rangers helped some of the whales, but about 10 were beached late Tuesday.
Portland may become home to new pro lacrosse team
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