Sunday, April 20, 2014
The nonprofit Portland Community Health Center at 63 Preble St. will begin seeing patients Tuesday.
But a decision on imposing a plastic grocery bags fee is delayed. The issue now goes back to the City Council.
Cold river waters are keeping the baby eels away, and increased global competition has driven down prices.
The organization's fundraising messages will feature the Democratic candidate who is challenging Sen. Susan Collins.
The expansion, which will include a structure for cremated remains, is in a space already slated for use as graves.
The 610-foot-long warship has advanced technology and a stealthy design to reduce its visibility on enemy radar.
The Democrat still trails incumbent Republican Sen. Susan Collins in the money race by a large margin.
Meanwhile, a fire chief from Maine testifies the rail company wasn’t prepared to deal with the deadly disaster in Lac-Megantic.
Officials say homeless patients will be able to get care at a nonprofit health center as a city clinic scales back services starting next week.
Saturday’s ceremony in Bath marks both the military’s first new destroyer class in decades and the local company’s delivery of a revolutionary warship.