Motorcyclists and marchers parade down Congress Street in Portland on Monday morning, May 27, during the annual Memorial Day celebration.
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Paul Avery, who did three tours of duty in Vietnam, stands and salutes at the base of the Our Lady of Victories statue in Monument Square during the wreath-laying ceremony at the conclusion of Monday's Memorial Day parade in Portland.
YARMOUTH — Although the new Andy's Handy Store will house a variety of businesses, the owners say they aren't trying to cr»
CAPE ELIZABETH — The School Board has come up with alternatives after town councilors cut the proposed school budget.»
YARMOUTH—Kennebunk reaffirmed that it's the best girls' lacrosse team in the state Tuesday night, but the defending Class »
BRUNSWICK — Attempts to pressure the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority to install equipment to limit trai»
SOUTH PORTLAND — The vacant, former Maine National Guard Armory is a step closer to becoming a functional, multi-use »
Arrests No arrests were reported from April 24 to May 1 Summonses No criminal summonses were reported from April 24 to May 1.»
BRUNSWICK — The Planning Board Tuesday approved the Chamberlain Woods subdivision.»
SCARBOROUGH — The Maine Recreation and Park Association and Cape Elizabeth Community Services are collaborat...»
FALMOUTH — The two town committees charged with implementing land use strategies for the Comprehensive Plan have their »
Last Thursday, April 30, the general membership of the Maine Principals’ Association approved expanding the state’s »