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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
Updated: 12 min 15 sec ago
An SUV loaded with sheet metal that veered into oncoming traffic was one of the accidents on Brighton Avenue.
The governor repeats calls for more natural gas infrastructure. He also aims a personal attack at Senate President Justin Alfond, calling him 'a little rich boy.'
Portlander Kathy Thomas and her dog Lilly take a brisk walk along the Western Prom on the first day of spring.
Unofficial snowfall amounts provided by the office of the National Weather Service.
The Governor complains that the Legislature is full of young people with “firm agendas” who pass bills that “are hurting us for the long haul.”
Flooding a concern in Waterville area as above-freezing temperatures arrive.
The shutdown of United Technologies Corp. Fire and Security next year will be a blow to a town that is no stranger to factory closings.
He says ‘we could always use’ some moderate Republicans in other parts of the country.
Officials admit they’ve done relatively little to fund pot research projects looking for marijuana’s benefits.
Hyperlite Mountain Gear plans to expand and add jobs in the city’s old mills.
A deadly car accident has been reported on Route 202 in Winthrop.
The 16-year-old managed to get to the 104th floor where he took pictures.
The ‘Tough Mudder’ series is bringing its unique endurance competition to Sunset Ridge in late August.