Alice Emery bought two burned out lots specifically to give to the town to develop into green space.
The Cuban defector is going through the final stages of an exam and the completion of “administrative” paperwork.
Owners of the historic Portland Company complex hope to give the property the feel of the Old Port.
It means that there are no consumers who can afford to buy what a company produces.
Company officials express optimism, but the dessert’s bright colors and ingredients present a challenge when consumers are paying attention to nutrition.
A Los Angeles rabbinical student repairs a Torah at the Jewish Academy of Orlando in Florida.
Stories, photos, video, road closings and an interactive course map for the Aug. 2 race.
Read the full saga of the Passamaquoddy tribe from Press Herald writer Colin Woodard.
The Portland Press Herald’s 2012 report on contaminated meat following a Hannaford recall pushed the USDA to finally take action this year on beef processing.
Triumph and tragedy in Maine’s Indian country
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