Portland Press Herald

Lunchtime anti-war protests scheduled

Lunchtime "Brownbagger Vigils" urging Congress to cut off funding for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will be held today in front of the the offices of Maine's two members of the House of Represen

Portland traffic: Washington Ave. one lane

Portland Water District crews are working today and tomorrow on Washington Ave. between Oxford and Monroe streets.

50-foot sinkhole opens in Rockland road

ROCKLAND — Officials in Rockland say they don't know what caused a 50- by 25-foot sinkhole to open in about 90 minutes.

Portland woman survives cut on 'Idol'

A Portland woman who was invited to Hollywood to continue auditioning for American Idol survived for at least one more night.

Saco crash sends two to hospital


SACO — Two people were sent to the hospital with serious injuries following a head-on collision on North Street in Saco today.

Man, 88, dies in Gorham crash

An 88-year-old man was killed in Gorham Tuesday when his eastbound car veered across Route 25 and hit a tree at 11 a.m., police said.

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2 hikers safe after night in White Mountains

FRANCONIA, N.H. -- Two hikers are safe after spending the night in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

Portland students trek Appalachian Trail

PORTLAND — Thirty seventh-graders from Lincoln and Moore middle schools left this morning on a four-day winter camping excursion along the Appalachian Trail in Rangeley.

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