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  • Portland opens electric vehicle charge station

    PORTLAND — Electric vehicle owners can now get charged up at the Elm Street parking garage. Two Level II chargers are now in service at the garage, with one reserved for the city's Nissan Leaf. Vehicle batteries can recharge in four to five hours at the station, City Hall spokeswoman...

  • Libbytown future topic of Portland workshop

    PORTLAND — Growth in Libbytown along outer Congress Street will be the topic of a Dec. 11 public workshop at the Clarion Hotel, 1230 Congress St. The 6 p.m. workshop is part of the larger Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System Land Use and Transit Technical Assistance...

  • 'Business deals change': Portland tech firm dumps Freeport for Gorham

    FREEPORT — ComNav Engineering, the Portland technology firm that was negotiating to move to Freeport, pulled out last week and will instead move to Gorham. Last October, the Town Council unanimously agreed to negotiate the sale of five acres of land to ComNav Engineering to create a ...

  • Cumberland to discuss new rules for gravel pits, water removal

    CUMBERLAND — The Town Council voted unanimously Monday to hold a public hearing Monday, Feb. 28, on changes to the town's gravel and water extraction ordinance. The council enacted a 180-day moratorium in early November on new applications for gravel pits and water extraction sites. ...

  • Twin peaks

    A winter morning sun illuminates the steeples of the Bowdoin College chapel in Brunswick on Jan. 20.

  • Portland eyes tighter rules for landlords with disorderly buildings

    PORTLAND — City officials are working on a plan to lower the threshold for designating problematic residences as disorderly houses, a label that exposes landlords to fines and litigation.  But the

  • Portland bar owner wants liquor license after state drops charges

    PORTLAND — Fresh off a legal victory, the embattled owner of an Old Port bar wants the city to cancel a public hearing scheduled for Feb. 7 on its liquor and entertainment license. In a letter to city councilors and the city attorney, Cactus Club owner Thomas Manning said the Departm...

  • Portland city manager search committee gets to work

    PORTLAND — The committee assigned to find a new city manager plans to follow an aggressive timetable, with the goal of having Joseph Gray's replacement hired by July. City Councilors Cheryl Leeman, John Anton and Jill Duson sit on the search committee. Leeman, the chairwoman, said th...

  • Portland police present awards to officers, citizens

    PORTLAND — Officers and citizens were honored by the Police Department on Saturday for bravery and other commendable acts during 2010. Montique Reddick, Tyron Calhoun and Chris Dobson received the Citizen Award. Reddick and Calhoun helped a man who lit himself on fire in Longf...

  • Block party

    The Maine Mall in South Portland was as busy as a multi-colored beehive on Saturday, Jan. 15, as builders gathered from all over for a fundraiser for the fourth annual Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland LEGO House Buildathon. Keegan Haley, 8, right, and Hunter Brown, 9, both from Gray, teamed ...