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  • Politics

    Pelosi tells Trump he can’t come to the House for State of the Union speech until government reopens

    The House speaker writes to the president after he says he planned to deliver his speech next week despite her request to postpone it.

  • Local & State

    Portland council decides hotel developers will help fund affordable housing

    The city hopes to increase its affordable-housing stock by requiring developers to build low-income housing or pay a $3,806 fee per hotel unit.

  • Local & State

    The Westbrook ice disk stops dead in the water – again

    Plummeting temperatures encased the natural phenomenon in surrounding ice, but a warm front could free it up.

  • Nation & World

    Gunman kills 5 people in Florida bank, in nation’s latest ‘senseless crime’

    The suspect, Zephen Xaver, 21, surrenders during negotiations with police.

  • Business

    Regulators consider extending window for CMP bill disputes

    The Public Utilities Commission also is coming under fire for its handling of some complaints.

  • Business

    Maine home sales and prices hit record highs in ‘total frenzy’ of 2018

    More homes changed hands, and at a higher median price, than in any year since Realtors began tracking the data 20 years ago.

  • The Maine Forecast

    Caribou breaks its record for all-time snowiest January

    With more snow forecast there for Wednesday, they'll run up the score.

  • Opinion

    Maine Voices: Tide of marijuana legalization across U.S. appears irreversible

    And the distinction between medical and recreational use that Maine's new law tries to preserve may ultimately be untenable.

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