1 hr ago | The Charlotte Observer
PORTLAND, Maine Maine's blunt-spoken governor doesn't mince words when opponents dare to cross him but he's saved some of his harshest criticism for newspapers, once telling schoolchildren he isn't a fan of papers and another time saying that reading one is "like paying somebody to tell you lies."
5 hrs ago | The Harbor Times Soup
Author Susan Poulin, in character as Ida LeClair, will read from and sign copies of her new self-help humor book "Finding Your Inner Moose: Ida LeClair's Guide to Livin' the Good Life" Tuesday, July 2, at 6:30 p.m. at the Belfast Free Library, 106 High St. This program is free and open to all; bring the whole family and come prepared to laugh.
7 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Many people think of Maine as mostly homogenous in its politics, with just the blue dot of Portland, some sparsely-populated Republican rural areas, and most of the rest of the state being politically moderate.
11 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
Animal Care Workshops - July 8 and 15 ; July 22 and 29 ; August 5 and 12 - Weekly Junior Workshops for kids 7-9 located at the Animal Welfare Society shelter on Holland Road in West Kennebunk from 9am - 4pm.
Carol McLeod would have retired into her second career as a patternmaker earlier had she known it was a possibility.
Scottsdale, AZ June 18, 2013 When it comes to growing a personal training business, a single technology can oftentimes create an instant impact.
On Thursday, June 20, the Zoning Board of Appeals will consider a conditional use application for the dining establishment at 34 Vannah Ave., near the intersection of Ocean and Forest avenues.
Victory for the environmentalists may be near in one of the more overlooked battles in the war against Canadian tar sands oil.
Everyone knows that what happens in Las Vegas "stays in Vegas." Maine's largest city is launching its own marketing campaign, and wants you to know simply that "Life's good here."
A former Maine resident has been sentenced to two years in jail for installing video cameras inside a home to record undressed teenage girls.
PORTLAND Alexander Filatov sat in the back of a courtroom Monday as the man accused of kidnapping him pleaded not guilty to ordering him at gunpoint into the trunk of his own car and driving him to Delaware.
Jonathan Taggert, a conservator of artistic and historic objects, and an assistant, worked this morning to prepare three cannons at Ft.
FALMOUTH, Jun 16, 2013 -- Maine's U.S. Sen. Susan Collins defended the National Security Agency's phone data collection program Friday, saying the effort has stopped terrorist attacks and can operate without violating Americans' privacy and constitutional rights.
It doesn't matter if you're in the state's biggest city or the Queen City - illegal drug use is behind many of the violent and property crimes residents experience, police department leaders in the two communities said Friday.
NBC Sing-Off crowd-pleasers North Shore Acapella will perform on tonight, June 16, in a concert to benefit Greater Portland Festival of Nations and the Mugadi Foundation.