SOUTH PORTLAND — Elected officials in South Portland, Portland, Scarborough and Westbrook are hoping state lawmakers will expand a tax incentive program designed to lure more businesses to the state.
SOUTH PORTLAND — Knightville businesses are getting aggressive and creative in the face of an economic slump that's leaving empty storefronts and vacant apartments in the downtown business district.
BRUNSWICK - Economic Development Director Mathew Eddy announced his resignation last week, leaving the town with a second significant staff vacancy as it rolls into next year.
PORTLAND — While opposition continues to the state's recent decision to move the offices of two social service agencies fr»
PORTLAND — The Portland Pirates hockey team, playing in Lewiston after negotiations for a new lease at the Cumberland Coun»
PORTLAND — A Portland man facing charges for several sex crimes allegedly committed in Scarborough, and two people arreste»
YARMOUTH—The Yarmouth/Freeport girls' hockey team expected to be improved this winter, but this is something unexpected.»
PORTLAND — For an hour Monday, a math class at Lincoln Middle School was a cacophony of squawking birds and moaning zombie»
PORTLAND — The city's new law legalizing the use of small amounts of marijuana took effect Friday, Dec.»
Arrests 11/27 at 8 p.m.»
Senior Mike Marzilli (second from right) recently received the first-ever William H.»
PORTLAND — The Salvation Army's annual holiday fundraising campaign, which last year assisted more than 4,600 Portland-are»
CAPE ELIZABETH — To the dismay of local residents and drivers from around the area, the days of the town's gas wars appear»