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German owners of paper industry ship indicted in Maine

Two German shipping companies are facing federal charges of falsifying environmental records in an effort to cover up a ship’s crew dumping waste water and oil overboard.

Portland firm wants to track and manage Homeland Security vehicle fleet

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has added the South Portland-based WEX Inc. to a list of approved information technology vendors.

Maine natural gas provider accidentally gave massive discounts to big customers for years

Regulators discovered late last year that southern Maine natural gas utility Maine Natural Gas had billed some of its largest customers 10 times less than it should have.
The Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC mill as seen on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.

A Portland firm will try to sell shuttered Lincoln paper mill land

Much of the property will require environmental remediation after decades of use making paper and tissue.
The First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church is debating whether to remove a rectangular plaque honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

Portland church may remove plaque honoring president of the Confederacy

The trustees of First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church on Congress Street may remove a rectangular plaque honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
Larry Goodwin

Escaped inmate recaptured in Westbrook

Police have recaptured an inmate who escaped while on work release in downtown Portland Tuesday.
Larry Goodwin

Police search for inmate who walked off work-release job in downtown Portland

The sheriff’s office asked anyone with information about Goodwin’s whereabouts to call them at 207-744-1444 ext. 2105.

Portland toddler falls out apartment window

They say she was pushing against the screen of the window.

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