Monday, December 9, 2013
Details emerge about the plan to improve service, but questions remain and a state evaluation is ongoing.
Mainers frustrated with MaineCare ride system
The plan to move state agencies to South Portland requires completion in about a year.
The state is asking residents to report sightings of the pest.
Precipitation will hit the Portland area by sunrise Monday.
Snow and ice affect travel from Texas to the Mid-Atlantic region.
Customers of Four Corners General Store in West Gardiner rally to help a Filipino family affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
Under Natalya Nikolaevna Getman, the Pittsfield nonprofit is rehearsing for a full-length ‘Nutcracker.’
When troubled Maine teen James Reynolds and respected trooper Jason Wing crossed paths last June, three .45-caliber bullets tore through the air – and tied their fates to an unsettling trend.
Maine trooper shot teen in arm, knee and head
Deadly force: Police & The Mentally Ill
After recovering from a gunshot to the head in the Korean War, he built a business, founded a boxing club and served his community.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
Pregnant woman dies in car crash / Kentucky man to tip lucky waitpersion $500 ... and other news from around Maine
Monday’s meeting will be rescheduled because of possible snowy weather.
The woman is recovering at a Lewiston hospital and is expected to survive.
Bantu Holomisa, a former deputy minister in Mandela’s Cabinet, says, “I’ve seen people who are on their last hours and I could sense that he is now giving up.”
Presidents, royalty expected for Mandela memorial
The Prohibition-era Woman’s Christian Temperance Union is mounting a comeback.
Brady throws 2 TD passes in final 61 seconds.
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.
Loss of shrimp season hits the pocketbook hardest
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