Cumberland state Rep. Meredith Strang Burgess, a cancer survivor, pumps up a wave of swimmers waiting their turn to hit the water in the Tri for a Cure.
April Tracy of South Portland receives encouragement from a spectator during the Tri for a Cure on Aug. 15 at Southern Maine Community College.
NORTH YARMOUTH — Continuing criticism of the town's December 2014 firing of one of its Fire-Rescue Department paramedics l»
SOUTH PORTLAND — Three men were arrested Wednesday afternoon in a prostitution sting near the Maine Mall.»
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YARMOUTH — The driver of an SUV struck Monday afternoon by an Amtrak Downeaster passenger train is being charged with fai»
TOPSHAM — Depending on availability of funding, improvements to the Frank J. Wood Bridge could go out to bid in 2018.»
YARMOUTH — The McDonald's on Route 1 closed on Tuesday. The fast-food restaurant was in business for 18 years.»
Arrests 2/14 at 12:34 a.m. Taylor E.»
PORTLAND — Police are looking for a woman they said was unsuccessful in an attempt to steal cigarettes from the 7-Eleven s»
FALMOUTH — A Cumberland woman died after she was hit by a car in the Falmouth Plaza parking lot on Route 1.»
SOUTH PORTLAND — City councilors and citizens took the first steps Monday night toward deciding what to do with the 2»