Portland is lucky to have an open-minded, accessible and progressive police chief and a police force that upholds, and is held to, exceptionally high standards.
Restaurateurs and bar owners have a lot to lose from taking bold political stands. So, I’m always impressed when they speak out.
Buying locally means more jobs and lower taxes, regardless of which politician is in office.
Rep. Diane Russell’s bid for the Maine Senate seat being vacated by Justin Alfond was the meanest and ugliest local campaign I’ve witnessed yet.
Portland’s Public Art Committee has just handed artist Aaron T Stephan $25,000 to design and install a street-lamp sculpture in Woodfords Corner.
Democratic voters in District 27 are left to consider: which candidate’s political fundraising shenanigans are more odious?
The steady stream of outrageous statements and behavior emanating from the Blaine House have effectively numbed the populace into a torpor of cynical indifference.
“Talk to the hand, Federated. If you keep stringing us along we’re gonna make some modifications to your face,” says Portland in this theoretical soap opera scene with a Florida developer.