Friday, December 13, 2013
Comments by Lululemon's CEO find a cold audience among yoga enthusiasts in Maine.
Sister Viola Lausier forgives the hit-and-run driver, gives thanks to her rescuer and says God just wanted her to take life a little easier.
Only a multimillion-dollar cleanup could rid the former Keddy Mill land of PCBs.
A Portland antiques lover posts a $5,000 bond and buys the structure for $1 to halt its demolition.
A day after a townwide ban on unleashed dogs is repealed, town councilors move to assign a group to find a way to protect piping plovers and keep dog owners happy.
J.B. Brown & Sons is interested in about 60 acres in Westbrook, the site of a failed 2008 plan for an upscale shopping center.
A disagreement has arisen about whether the mayor or the council ultimately controls meeting agendas.
The energy panel will meet Monday evening, following opposition from the public and some town councilors.
Residents even don dog suits as they campaign against animal control measures adopted in October.
On a day of protests in 200 cities, a report says the state’s minimum wage is far short of a livable level.