Thursday, December 12, 2013
Advocates meet in Canada to advance a plan for the ‘hotel’ passenger service, which would include stops in Portland and elsewhere in Maine.
An investigation looks into whether proper permits were acquired; Portland’s barge has the city’s OK for construction work.
They’re likely to be moored in three big cities and serve as showrooms for wearable computers, documents say.
The leaders of the Small Business Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency visit Longfellow Books.
Patrick Milliner killed Matthew Rairdon in an apparent murder-suicide that police classify as domestic violence.
Or would a paved recreational trail linking Portland with its northern suburbs be more appealing?
Gov. LePage joins local officials and the mayor of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, to highlight plans for the ferry, but ticket prices are still unknown.
St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad wants to discontinue the freight line that connects Portland with Auburn.
Fifty years later, the Maine resident says it was a struggle to do his job while full of sadness.
Only a few people use the 300 spaces in Yarmouth daily. Critics say it’s a boondoggle, but the state says usage will grow over time.