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Waterfront Concerts promoter arrested on domestic violence charge - Press Herald

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Waterfront Concerts promoter arrested on domestic violence charge
Press Herald
Gray founded Waterfront Concerts, which produces concerts, primarily at the Maine State Pier in Portland and Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor. The girlfriend – identified as Erica Cole, 32, in court documents – told police that she, Gray and a
Founder of Waterfront Concerts charged with assaulting his girlfriendWCSH6.com

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Waterfront Concerts founder arrested, charged with domestic violence assault - WMTW Portland

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Waterfront Concerts founder arrested, charged with domestic violence assault
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{copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! PORTLAND, Maine —. Waterfront Concerts founder Alex Gray is facing charges after police say he assaulted his girlfriend in Portland last weekend. Advertisement. Gray, 41, was initially charged with aggravated
Founder of Waterfront Concerts charged with assaulting his girlfriendWLBZ2.com

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Missing comma keeps $10 million lawsuit alive - WDTN

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Missing comma keeps $10 million lawsuit alive
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PORTLAND, ME (AP) — It all came down to a missing comma, and not just any one. A federal appeals court decided this week to keep alive an Oakhurst Dairy drivers’ lawsuit seeking more than $10 million in overtime. It concerned an exemption from Maine’s …
Lack of Oxford Comma Could Cost Maine Company Millions in Overtime DisputeNew York Times
The Oxford Comma: Great For Listing, Pontificating, And Winning Court CasesNPR
Court decision in dairy drivers lawsuit hung on commaMississippi News Now
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Waterfront Concerts founder Alex Gray charged with domestic violence - Bangor Daily News

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Waterfront Concerts founder Alex Gray charged with domestic violence
Bangor Daily News
PORTLAND, Maine — Police arrested and charged a prominent Maine concert promoter with domestic violence earlier this week. Alexander Gray, the head of Waterfront Concerts and driving force behind concert series in Portland and Bangor, was detained …

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Missing comma keeps $10 million lawsuit alive - NBC4i.com

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Missing comma keeps $10 million lawsuit alive
NBC4i.com
PORTLAND, ME (AP) — It all came down to a missing comma, and not just any one. A federal appeals court decided this week to keep alive an Oakhurst Dairy drivers’ lawsuit seeking more than $10 million in overtime. It concerned an exemption from Maine’s …
Lack of Oxford Comma Could Cost Maine Company Millions in Overtime DisputeNew York Times
The Oxford Comma: Great For Listing, Pontificating, And Winning Court CasesNPR
Court Decision in Dairy Drivers Lawsuit Hung on CommaU.S. News & World Report
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Upgrade Boosts Portland, Maine, Capital Plans - Bond Buyer

Upgrade Boosts Portland, Maine, Capital Plans
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Portland, Maine, is on the upswing financially as it gears up to address capital improvements. Portland was upgraded one notch to AA-plus on Feb. 24 by S&P Global Ratings, citing the city’s improved budgeting and boost in reserves. The first-ever S&P …

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Lucky Clark On Music: Kurt Baker Combo plan Portland concert - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

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Lucky Clark On Music: Kurt Baker Combo plan Portland concert
Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
I got a press release a while back about a Maine native, Kurt Baker, who was bringing his band back to Maine for a show in Portland. Not too exciting, except that he’s bringing them from his new home: Madrid, Spain. Needless to say, I just had to know

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Deep cuts in Trump's proposed budget would have dramatic impact in Maine - Press Herald

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Deep cuts in Trump’s proposed budget would have dramatic impact in Maine
Press Herald
Last year, Portland received $1.7 million in block grant funds and $800,000 from HOME. Maine’s largest city spends about 45 percent of its CDBG budget on social services, including $150,000 for community policing. Programs that have been recommended …

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