Tuesday, May 21, 2013
City schools provide guidance for those unfamiliar with the complex system of SATs, student aid and more.
'I am going to see if there is some way to help,' he says, adding there may be some money available through the Federal Housing Administration.
The Custom House, where merchants paid taxes 140 years ago, shows off its $2 million renovation.
Opponents see it as a danger to society and in conflict with federal law, but the plan isn't dead yet.
The Island Times covered stories about the Casco Bay islands that didn't interest larger papers.
The police chief credits 'top-notch citizens' for helping to save the life of a man run over by a train.
Police say 19-year-old Matthew Morris of Portland fell off the moving train and was run over.
A 12-year-old is the second to be charged with setting a major fire last week near the city’s downtown – and the number of homeless rises.
The legislators are appraising proposals touching on concealed weapons and expanded background checks.
With state and community help, the city has nearly finished the process of relocating fire victims.