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Search underway off Old Orchard Beach

The U.S. Coast Guard and several area fire departments are conducting a search off Old Orchard Beach, the Coast Guard …

Police identify victim, suspect in Portland shooting

Portland police have identified the two people involved in a shooting at 111 Elizabeth Road. Arrested and charged with reckless conduct with …

Florida man gets 30 months for mailing oxycodone to Harrison man

PORTLAND | A Florida man was sentenced Friday in U.S. District Court to 2½ years in federal prison for mailing oxycodone pills to a …
One person is injured and another is in custody following a shooting Friday afternoon on Elizabeth Road, according a Portland city spokeswoman.

1 shot, 1 in custody in Portland

One person is injured and another is in custody following a shooting Friday afternoon on Elizabeth Road, according a city spokeswoman. CBS …
Peggy Daigle, who was town manager for Millinocket when this photo was taken, discusses the town's financial woes at a special town meeting at Stearns High School in this May 27, 2014, file photo.

Howland hires former Millinocket official as interim town manager

Former Millinocket Town Manager Peggy Daigle will serve as Howland’s interim town manager starting Monday at $500 per day plus expenses, according …
Portland police Chief Michael Sauschuck speaks to the media in this May 22, 2012, file photo.

Portland taps police chief as acting city manager

Mayor Michael Brennan and the Portland City Council informally have agreed to install police Chief Michael Sauschuck as the acting city manager, …
About 70 residents, environmentalists, waterfront workers and oil industry representatives speak to the South Portland City Council before it cast an initial vote in favor of a tar sands ban in the city at the Community Center in South Portland in this July 2014 file photo.

South Portland stripped of ‘business friendly’ designation

The city of South Portland has lost its “business friendly” designation from Gov. Paul LePage’s administration as a result of its ordinance …
Portland Mayor Michael Brennan

Portland committee scales back minimum wage plan

Portland is one big step closer to a higher minimum wage. Thursday night, the City Council’s finance committee voted to endorse a …

Bookkeeper for Maine business ordered to repay more than $1 million

PORTLAND | A New Hampshire woman was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court to two years in federal prison for stealing more than $1 …

Portland ‘graffiti busters’ return to streets

The Graffiti Busters are at it again, working to make Portland graffiti …

Black Lives Matter protesters storm Portland City Hall

Several sources, including WCSH journalist Grady Trimble, reported that anti-racism protesters stormed …

Falmouth business owner accused of prostitution

A New York woman has been charged with engaging in prostitution at …

Wisconsin man pleads guilty to sending videos of children being sexually assaulted

PORTLAND | A Wisconsin man has pleaded guilty in federal court in Portland to …

Investigator says name-calling likely was discrimination

AUGUSTA | A South Portland man who allegedly was called names that included “Mexican, …
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