3 hrs ago
New Census count: Maine gains slightly; Mass. gains a lot
The city gained six people in a new population estimate released by the U.S. Census on Thursday.
7 hrs ago
Dunkin' Donuts One City Center Super Stage
Q97.9 invites you to a FREE outdoor concert in the heart of Downtown Portland on Sunday June 9th! The epicenter of all the action that day will be our very own patio overlooking Monument Square... and it's all brought to you by our friends at Dunkin' Donuts.
Wed May 22, 2013
Property auction a sign of Lewiston's real estate woes
All six properties on the auction block Wednesday morning were good ones at one time, according to landlord Sean Watkins.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Maine Animal Welfare Society June events
Animal Welfare Society art auction - June 2 - Join us for the 4th annual Invitational Art Auction at the Nonantum Resort, Ocean Avenue ,Kennebunkport. Support the shelter and expand your collection.
Portland-area police chiefs oppose bill to allow Mainers to carry concealed weapons without permit
A group of southern Maine police chiefs gathered Tuesday morning to oppose a bill that would allow most Mainers to carry concealed weapons without filing for a permit.
Howison featured at Small Wonder Gallery
For the first time in 30 years, the newest artist at the downtown Small Wonder Gallery & Framing is a jeweler.
Knoxville News Sentinel
TBI charges Maine man in child pornography case
Jermany Scott Claus, 39, was booked into custody of the U.S. Marshals Service in Portland, Maine, following a Tennessee Bureau of Investigation probe launched earlier this week, according to a TBI news release today.
Elite getting incentives for Baton Rouge Metro Airport flights
Baton Rouge Metro Airport will give a standard incentive package to Elite Airways when the company begins flying out of the market in July.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Lawsuits claim former S. Berwick alter boys abused
PORTLAND, Maine - Two brothers are suing the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland on claims church officials knew a priest was sexually abusing them and other children but did nothing to stop it.
Tue May 21, 2013
Atlantica Group LLC to Launch "The Other America" Speaking Tour
Atlantica Group LLC, an international business development firm based in Portland, Maine, is organizing a speaking tour focusing on opportunities for foreign investment in less well-known, less traveled markets in the United States.
Shea-Porter introduces pipeline amendment
New Hampshire U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter has introduced an amendment that would protect pipeline activity between Portland, Maine and Montreal, Canada.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Paley Collection of Modernist Art: Sole New England showing
Seldom does a traveling collection have the breadth and quality of this collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
Winslow Homer studio to open June 23
The Portland Museum of Art has announced the dates for its summer tours of the Winslow Homer studio in Scarborough.
YNN seeking Executive Producer
Time Warner Cable's 24/7 local news channel, YNN, is looking for a new Executive Producer.
Sun May 19, 2013
Portland Catholic church closing its doors
At the end of the final song at Sunday afternoon's special Mass as St. Patrick Church, parishioners standing in the pews and in the aisles broke into a sudden, long round of applause.
In These Times
Not Your Grandma's Wooden Nickel
Not only can businesses pay their city taxes in Bristol Pounds, but the mayor has opted to take his full salary in the local currency.
Portland named one of the best beer cities in America
If you are looking for some of the best beer in the United States, you don't have to go too far.
Portland Jetport tests emergency response
Emergency response crews from more than half a dozen departments participated in a full scale training exercise at the Portland Jetport.
Sat May 18, 2013
Bangor Daily News
Portland resident escapes war-torn Somalia, earns criminal justice degree from UMPI
At college commencement ceremonies across the country, it is not unusual to hear stories about students who have overcome tremendous obstacles in order to receive their degrees.