A Press Herald analysis identifies the battleground districts likely to be turning points in who wins power, which is now of great interest to national groups.
New England intercepts a deflected pass in the final minute to beat Oakland.
The summit’s organizer hopes innovators, business owners and others will share their visions and team up to make them happen.
The state should do more to renew the economies of communities once supported by a single industry.
Sardines are clear winners, whether grilled by a home cook and served on salad or prepared by a great chef.
Maine’s Animal Refuge League used to be headquartered at 1 Pleasant Street, shown in this 1956 Press Herald photograph.
Jim Baker has ‘touchdown’ places in Portland and other New England cities.
Chad Conley and Greg Mitchell bring their farming and culinary experience to the Palace in Biddeford.
Owner Jeff Curtis has invested 25 years in Sherman’s Books, which is about to open its fifth store, in Portland.
Jim Wellehan enjoys running the chain of shoe stores his father started in 1914.
Don Capoldo runs the Plant Home, a nonprofit assisted living center in Bath.
Thalassa Raasch works to raise awareness of the benefits of patronizing neighbors’ businesses.
David Banks eclipsed $100 million in sales for RE/MAX By the Bay in 2013.
Developing businesses and making sure economic development and education are working together remain primary focuses.
Steve Hewins hopes to attract more year-round visitors to the Portland area.
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