Portland — Portland’s city council and mayor are once again butting heads, this time over provisions for the mayor’s professional accouterments.
Standish — Jerry Thompson’s neighbors issued a formal statement about the Standish resident’s new truck.
Farmington — The Maine Council of Grandfathers called an emergency session for the first time in over a decade to discuss these kids and their computers.
Rockland — The Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority’s proposed return to Rockland means residents could leave the coastal community early in the morning and arrive in Boston just in time for a late supper.
Cincinnati, OH — Popular beverage maker The Twisted Tea company is surprised by the popularity of its alcoholic beverage refuse in the state of Maine.
South Berwick — One local resident has neighbors scratching their heads after it was discovered he rides a bike to work by choice, and not because he lost his license.
Kennebunkport — Governor Paul LePage, on a road trip out of state with his family, ignored their request to eat at the Burger King along the turnpike. The governor instead took an exit to find a McDonald’s.
Orono — A new study commissioned by the University of Maine shows fathers overwhelmingly shower their wood piles with praise and admiration.
Washington, D.C. — Maine Senator Angus King is currently undergoing observation by the Attending Physician of the United States Congress after his dollar-sign eyes failed to return to normal.
Mattawamkeag — Jeff Laboone didn’t expect to be a hero, but that’s just what people in this town are calling him.