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“Randy Fein: Forty years in Maine of finding her way with clay “



 
(Left: Marni Maynard, University of Maine School of Law student Right: Laura Young, President of Rotary reading at Lyseth School)

Portland Rotary and The University of Maine School of Law Partner with Lyseth Elementary School to Increase Childhood Literacy

Portland city councilors discuss a plan to buy a small number of police body cameras before the department fully adopts them in the 2019 fiscal year.

Body camera debate brings out tensions in Portland City Hall

“To be honest with you, it’s not [Mayor Ethan Strimling’s] responsibility,” City Manager Jon Jennings said. “Wherever the funds come from it is not his concern.”
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Catch The World’s Leading Expert On Con Artists… In Portland!

Free film: Return of the River

Infinity Breaks Ground on New-look Credit Union Location in Portland

Portland Police Chief Michael Sauschuck answers questions three days after a local police officers fatally shot a 22-year-old man.

Protesters disrupt ceremony honoring Portland police chief

About a dozen protesters disrupted a City Hall ceremony honoring police Chief Michael Sauschuck.

Art Opening: Hooked Rugs

Maine Attorney General Janet Mills.

Feds, state sue Maine firm over alleged false advertising for health supplements

The lawsuit claims a South Portland-based supplement company and others used false advertising to sell health supplements that promised joint pain relief and memory improvements.
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Wednesday Night Beginning Swing Dance Classes with Portland Swing Project

A crash on Interstate 295 in Falmouth caused traffic to back up in both directions, Aug. 29, 2013.

State to reduce speed limit on crash-prone stretch of Interstate 295

A nearly 30 percent increase in crashes along a stretch Interstate 295 has prompted the state to permanently reduce the speed limit between Topsham and Falmouth beginning next month.

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