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With finances improving, Mercy Hospital moving forward with relocation plan - Press Herald

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With finances improving, Mercy Hospital moving forward with relocation plan
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Portland’s Mercy Hospital is moving forward with plans to build and relocate to a new facility on Fore River Parkway despite suffering financial losses in recent years. Mercy President Charlie Therrien said Wednesday that the hospital submitted a

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Portland City Council and the Mayor at Impasse Over Budgeting Roles - Maine Public

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Portland City Council and the Mayor at Impasse Over Budgeting Roles
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Portland Mayor Ethan Strimling is offering what he calls a compromise in his latest showdown with other city officials, this time over committee assignments. Strimling says he is willing to back off his initial proposal to chair the budget-writing

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Correction: Maine-Top Stories story - Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)

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Correction: Maine-Top Stories story
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A storm packing hurricane-force gusts roared into Maine, stunning residents and emergency officials by leaving more people in the dark than the infamous ice storm of 1998. It took utility crews more than a week to restore power

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Ted Williams' letters to his mistress to be auctioned in Maine - Press Herald

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Ted Williams’ letters to his mistress to be auctioned in Maine
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Everybody around here now is calling me lucky. Anyway, I’m missing you,” he wrote . Another letter written after his father’s death described Williams’ anguish and regret over having not spent more time with him. Yet another alluded to a military

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Campaign Against Portland Rent Control Cost $21 Per Vote - Maine Public

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Campaign Against Portland Rent Control Cost $21 Per Vote
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PORTLAND, Maine – A campaign that successfully opposed a measure in Portland, Maine, to restrict rent increases cost about $21 for each vote. The Portland Press Herald reports Say No To Rent Control spent over $285,000 on an initiative to reject the

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Campaign Against Portland Rent Control Cost $21 Per Vote - U.S. News & World Report

Campaign Against Portland Rent Control Cost $21 Per Vote
U.S. News & World Report
Campaign Against Portland Rent Control Cost $21 Per Vote. A campaign that successfully opposed a measure in Portland, Maine to restrict rent increases cost about $21 for each vote. Dec. 27, 2017, at 5:24 a.m.. Campaign Against Portland Rent Control

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Memorable Maine food from A to Z – the 2017 edition - Press Herald

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Memorable Maine food from A to Z – the 2017 edition
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Just when it felt like Portland would sail away on a sea of mediocre Thai restaurants, along comes a welcome influx of quality Asian cuisine. Joining the city’s small pool of excellent Asian restaurants – Empire, Miyake and Tempo Dulu, to name three

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Portland physician prepares to fulfill Olympic dream - Press Herald

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Portland physician prepares to fulfill Olympic dream
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She moved to Maine in 2008 after completing her active duty service at Andrews Air Force Base outside of Washington, D.C., and joined the sports medicine division at Maine Medical Center. Dawn Strout, the head strength and conditioning coach at Colby

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Central Maine Medical Center penalized for infection rate again - Press Herald

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Central Maine Medical Center penalized for infection rate again
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In Maine, four hospitals are being fined, including Cary Medical Center in Caribou, Southern Maine Health Care in Biddeford and York Hospital. CMMC is the only Maine hospital on the list for a second year. Medicare began penalizing hospitals four years

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