The study found that 35.1 percent of people with credit records had been reported to collections for debt that averaged $5,178, based on September 2013 records.
It’s a steep drop from the heady days of last October, when a band of bearded brothers won a World Series and rode through the streets in duck boats.
The charter airline is adding scheduled passenger service with routes expected to include the Portland International Jetport.
All children – Israeli and Palestinian – deserve better.
Thick slices of grilled bread, juicy tomatoes and good olive oil make the best simple version of this ubiquitous snack.
A display marking the 80th anniversary of Earhart’s visit to Maine will include information about aviation opportunities and free flights for women.
U.S. News & World Report has some serious explaining to do.
Gov. Paul LePage changes his mind on the heroin overdose antidote Narcan – for the right reason.
As Woody Allen once said, 80 percent of success is just showing up.
‘It’s a health issue,’ says one of the four 100 State Street residents who brave their neighbors’ wrath by reporting their transgressions.
Some things, a firefighter never forgets.
South Portland Detective Sgt. Steve Webster has stared into the abyss of ‘welfare fraud’ in Maine and, trust him, it’s unbelievable.
A YouTube video fuels outrage against Hampden town councilors who refuse to join in a narrow interpretation of service to country.
As a vote nears, the bear hunting issue comes down to doughnuts.
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