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Hi folks, some of you may already know me from my column with The Portland Sun, my blog for the Bangor Daily News, my (failed) city council run last y... Read more
All eyes will be on the gubernatorial race this November, but count on some interesting contests at the local level, too. District 4 City Council (Eas... Read more
A Portland policeman has been sued by the ACLU of Maine in the case of a couple who were arrested while attempting to record a police action in the city. The arrest of a Bar Harbor couple for obse... Read more
On Sunday, September 14th at approximately 7:45pm, the Portland Police responded to the area of 1871 Forest Ave for a serious motor vehicle accident involving a 2005 Chevy Impala and a bicyclist. The... Read more
The American Cancer Society’s Cumberland County unit is looking for a volunteer coordinator to oversee the Society’s free transportation program, Road to Recovery. Responsibilities include: receivin... Read more
The Maine Department of Environmental Protection is offering a number of courses across the state for a wide range of topics, including the spreading of winter salt on Maine roads. The variety of topi... Read more
Portland’s Director of Public Services Mike Bobinsky answered a barrage of questions at the monthly West End Neighborhood Association meeting on September 10th, some of them having to do with... Read more
Citing concerns from noise and dust, to clogged sewers and air pollution, some West End residents are asking for a citywide ban on leaf blowers. At the September 10th meeting of the West End Neighborh... Read more
Organizers were unable to accommodate all the potential donors who showed up for the 2nd “Roll Up Your Sleeves and Remember” blood drive at the blood donor center on Forest Avenue on September 11th. T... Read more
The Portland Police Department is currently hiring for the January 2015 Maine Criminal Justice Academy Class, and they are warning prospective cops that they will need to shape up if they hope to have... Read more
School Board members want a say in how online courses are offered to students in Portland schools. A new program starting this fall would allow students to take online classes. The new program was fir... Read more
THE DAILY DUMPSTER
WHERE WE THROW ALL THE STUFF
WE DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH.
East Enders Steve and Gemma think they can bottle some of this fall weather and sell it in January…Valet parking guys in front of Zapoteca giving out free doggie treats…Yankee fans at Rivalries rooting for the Red Sox to help them in their playoff drive…Big birthday par... Read more