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WWII veterans remembered on Pearl Harbor anniversary - Press Herald

WWII veterans remembered on Pearl Harbor anniversary
Press Herald
The Portland ceremony, hosted by Post 25 for the 46th year, included representatives from Maine's congressional delegation and several veterans groups. Flags, hanging at half-staff, crackled in the brisk north wind while the AMVETS Lunn-Hunnewell Post
Pearl Harbor memorials held throughout the stateWCSH-TV

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Maine judge: Portland Pirates' lawsuit can proceed - NECN

Maine judge: Portland Pirates' lawsuit can proceed
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Portland Pirates against the Cumberland County Civic Center over a dispute regarding a lease agreement. The Portland Press Herald reports ( ) that the decision on Friday
Court denies civic center's motion to dismiss Portland Pirates' lawsuit over leaseBangor Daily News

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Maine family with five kids struggles to keep up - Press Herald

Maine family with five kids struggles to keep up
Press Herald
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties. Applications are being accepted and readers of the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram are once again

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Ordinance to legalize marijuana in Portland, Maine now in effect - NECN

Ordinance to legalize marijuana in Portland, Maine now in effect
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Maine is one of 16 states that have decriminalized possession of certain amounts of marijuana. That means someone caught possessing less than 2.5 ounces is subject to a civil summons unless the drug is being furnished or packaged for sale or distribution.

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Ordinance to legalize marijuana in Portland, Maine now in effect - NECN.com - NECN

Ordinance to legalize marijuana in Portland, Maine now in effect – NECN.com
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – The new ordinance that legalizes marijuana for those 21 and older is now in effect in Maine's largest city. But police say they intend to continue enforcing state laws on marijuana possession. Police Chief Michael Sauschuck has

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