Cheverus standout Donald Goodrich, playing for the West, bulls through a tackle attempt during Saturday afternoon's 24th annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl classic. Goodrich was named the West team MVP after gaining 41 yards on 11 carries.
Deering's Kenny Sweet prepares to level an East ballcarrier. The East prevailed, 25-13, to cut the West's advantage in the all-time series to 17-7. A record $94,000 was raised for the Shriners Hospital for Children.
PORTLAND — After a quarter-century of serving meals to friends on Middle Street, Mary Ledue Paine has reached a bitterswee»
CAPE ELIZABETH—Even when the wind and cold are conspiring against them, the mighty bats of the Cape Elizabeth softball tea»
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BRUNSWICK — Alan Klapmeier had good timing.»
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The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad by 2016 could chug from Portland's eastern waterfront, above, to Gray, where the nonprofit compa»
Robert Freson, a Belgium-born photojournalist who now lives on Bailey Island, is seeking a future home for his collection.»
PORTLAND — Terminal leases are approved, tickets are on sale, and this week the new ship that will ferry passengers to Yar»
John Boulanger, of Boulanger's Earthworks, drives a mini sweeper through the Falmouth Inn parking lot last week on U.S.»
BATH — A musical that arguably helped change many people's views about the Vietnam War and the flower-power generation did»