Sunday, December 8, 2013
Quirky, hand-made items at temporary store site getting shoppers attention downtown.
Voting has ended, but finalist Lucie Amundsen doesn’t yet know whether her message encouraging egg buyers to “get locally laid” will win commercial competition.
Selectman Joshua Bell asked selectmen to remove requests from charities from the annual Town Meeting warrant in preparation for a difficult upcoming fiscal year.
Rev. David Perkins, who is working with his wife, Janet, to restore the WCTU’s Portland chapter, doesn’t agree with Portland’s new marijuana law.
Mujica gives the Red Sox some protection if closer Koji Uehara, who turns 39 in April, cannot repeat his 2013 performance.
Police have not released names of all involved.
Students, professors remember the legacy of Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday at age 95.
The bill calls for schools to lose federal funding if they don’t meet the affordability and quality standards developed under the legislation.
The problem is the once-ubiquitous handyman has faded from the American scene.
The South African government says a total of 53 heads of state, government and ministers have confirmed they will be attending the service on Tuesday.
On the one-year anniversary of the school shootings, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy urges people to donate to a charity, volunteer in their communities or appreciate time spent with friends and family.
Members of Maine’s Marine Resources Committee are reviewing a bill carried over from last session that some say could help the fishery rebound.
This year’s donation through the Coats for Seniors project is up from 600 coats donated last year.
Swors leads Polar Bears over Mules
Mattagash, Maine is a fictional town filled with fictional people, but it might as well be real.
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