Contributors

Recent Comments

    No comments.

Archives

Twitter

Maine Restaurant Won't Get Lobsters High Before Killing Them (for Now) - Eater Boston


Eater Boston
Maine Restaurant Won’t Get Lobsters High Before Killing Them (for Now)
Eater Boston
Updated weekly, this round-up summarizes the latest restaurant news from New England, beyond the borders of Massachusetts — restaurant openings, closures, and more in Portsmouth, Providence, Portland, and elsewhere. (This page will be updated …

      

Maine distillery plans whiskey release party - Press Herald

Maine distillery plans whiskey release party
Press Herald
Other Maine distilleries have produced whiskeys since then, but when Bodine’s Sunk Haze brand is released Oct. 3, it will be the longest-aged in the state. You can get one of the first tastes at a release party the Bodine family is hosting from 4 to 8

      

Morning fire damages South Portland home - Press Herald


Press Herald
Morning fire damages South Portland home
Press Herald
SOUTH PORTLAND — Fire officials are investigating the cause of a blaze that left a Calais Street home uninhabitable Tuesday morning. The fire started shortly before 7 a.m. on the second floor of a Cape-style home at 12 Calais St., said Capt. Robb

and more

      

Maine news in brief: Woman stabbed in Portland, Jay fire displaces 13, and more - Times Record

Maine news in brief: Woman stabbed in Portland, Jay fire displaces 13, and more
Times Record
Police: Woman stabbed woman in park. PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Police in Maine continue to search for a man they say stabbed a 33-year-old woman in a park. WCSH-TV reports the stabbing happened Sunday night in Portland’s Congress Square Park.

and more

      

Our View: Solar lawsuit aims to put Maine back on track - Press Herald


Press Herald
Our View: Solar lawsuit aims to put Maine back on track
Press Herald
Except in Maine, where the Public Utilities Commission has developed a policy to fight progress. While other states provide incentives for home and business owners to generate some or all of their electricity with solar panels, our PUC wants to punish

and more

      

Police: Woman Stabbed Woman in Park - U.S. News & World Report

Police: Woman Stabbed Woman in Park
U.S. News & World Report
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Police in Maine continue to search for a man they say stabbed a 33-year-old woman in a park. WCSH-TV reports the stabbing happened Sunday night in Portland’s Congress Square Park. The woman was taken to Maine Medical …

and more

      

Dozens of Kavanaugh protesters arrested at Sen. Collins' DC office - Press Herald


Press Herald
Dozens of Kavanaugh protesters arrested at Sen. Collins’ DC office
Press Herald
Hundreds of people protesting the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court packed the hallway next to Maine Sen. Susan Collins’ office in Washington on Monday. … Dozens of protesters also rallied in Portland on Monday, shouting “Kava-NO
Protesters pressure Sen. Collins on upcoming Kavanaugh voteBristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)

all 328 news articles

      

Fire destroys historic building in Woolwich - Press Herald


Press Herald
Fire destroys historic building in Woolwich
Press Herald
According to the book “History of Woolwich, Maine, a Town Remembered,” Sebenoa Hall was located near the Peoples Ferry company. The book describes what happened the night that Sebenoa Hall – which was managed by the ladies of the Sagadahoc …

and more

      

Ex-priest with Boston ties sent to prison again for child sexual abuse - The Patriot Ledger


WMTW Portland
Ex-priest with Boston ties sent to prison again for child sexual abuse
The Patriot Ledger
PORTLAND, Maine — A defrocked Catholic priest convicted of sexually assaulting two students while teaching at Boston College High School in the late 1970s has pleaded guilty to abusing a 9-year-old boy at a Maine church in the 1990s. James Talbot, 80 …
Former Priest Sent to Prison Again for Child Sexual AbuseU.S. News & World Report
Former Maine priest pleads guilty to sexually assaulting childWMTW Portland

all 92 news articles

      

Maine Marathon to occupy Portland, Falmouth, Yarmouth streets - The Forecaster


The Forecaster
Maine Marathon to occupy Portland, Falmouth, Yarmouth streets
The Forecaster
PORTLAND — If last year’s turnout is indicative, at least 3,400 competitors are expected to participate Sunday, Sept. 30, in the 2018 Gorham Savings Bank Maine Marathon. The 27th annual out-and-back marathon, a Maine Track Club event, begins at 7:45 …

      

Recent Posts