Portland's WinteRush 2009 began last Friday night with the opening of the snow sculpture tent. This more than 30-foot creation featured a diver and chest, turtles , dolphins and a sea walrus, which captured the attention of a young viewer. (Michael Barriault photo)
Students in the hospitality program at Portland Arts and Technology High School cooked and cleaned at Portland's Ronald McDonald House on Tuesday as part of a monthly community service project. Seen here in the Ronald McDonald community kitchen are Hillary Lawrence and Deidre Lopez, foreground, and ...
PORTLAND — Local television viewers who haven't made adjustments for the end of analog broadcasts may not benefit from a recent decision by Congress to delay the deadline for stations to begin digital broadcasting.
It is shaping up to be another 100-inch snowfall bonanza this winter, our second old-fashioned winter in a row. That make snowshoes the ultimate all-terrain vehicles to explore the beauty and bounty of winter outside our back doors.