Statewide — With the weather finally showing promise of spring, Mainers across the state are putting away their snow shovels and getting their spring-cleaning tools ready.
Portland — The Mormon Church has had a presence in Maine since the 1800s, but it wasn’t until the 1950s when the first official church was dedicated in Portland.
Portland — News Center Maine meteorologist Keith Carson hasn’t enjoyed a full night of sleep in weeks, but it not because of a newborn baby.
Belfast — The Pampered Pup, a store specializing in handmade soaps for dogs, wants people to know all are welcome inside.
Scarborough — In response to increased pressure to encourage reusable bags, Hannaford is now offering a way for real Mainers to check out easily.
Statewide — Employees of transfer stations and dumps across Maine have released a statement about that bag of trash you’re about to throw out.
Statewide — Worries about the potential for the New England Confectionery Company to shutter its Revere, MA plant has Mainers scrambling to act like they enjoy its products.
Vinalhaven — A lobster with a blue shell is a rarity, with just one in a million of the crustaceans having the shade. For local beat reporters, it’s a cause for celebration.
South Portland — The restaurant business is cut-throat and extremely difficult, but one man was able to save his failing business by getting favored coverage from his many friends in the publishing business.
Eustis — Kevin Ouellette is ready for any contingency, at least when it comes to his 2003 Chevy pickup.