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The largest city in the state of Maine, Portland has a population of just over 66,000 people. Portland was originally the state's capital back in 1820, but it moved to Augusta just 12 years later. It was also the first state to pass a law prohibiting the sale of alcohol for recreational consumption. Several movies were filmed in Portland, including, "The Preacher's Wife," "The Man Without a Face," with Mel Gibson, and "Thinner," based on a book by Maine native Stephen King.

Population: 66194
Local Newspapers: Portland Press Herald
Local Sports Teams: Portland Sea Dogs Portland Pirates
Local Colleges: University of Southern Maine University of New England

Zip Codes associated with portland, maine: 04101 04102 04103 04105 04106 04107 04108 04109 04110
Towns/Cities near portland, maine : Westbrook Stroudwater Scarborough Falmouth Windham Gorham Cape Elizabeth Yarmouth

Portland News
Carnegie Clean Energy And GWave: Wave Power Getting Scale, Commercialization Coming?

Carnegie Clean Energy announces potential support for a $A19.5 million scale-up project for its CETO 6 device in Western Australia. Perhaps there is a near-term role for wave power to complement solar PV and wind in implementing a low-carbon future.

News of the Weird by Chuck Shepherd:

Asher Woodworth, 30, was charged with misdemeanor traffic obstruction in the Portland, Maine, arts district in October as he stood in a street after covering himself with branches of evergreen trees. A friend described Woodworth as a performance artist contrasting his preferred "slow life" with the bustle of downtown traffic.

Maine sends $460 million projects wish list to Trump

Among the 428 infrastructure projects the National Governors Association is pushing President Donald Trump to take on are a trio of requests from Maine. Maine is looking for $460 million to help pay for bridge improvements for roads and rail lines as well as barge service between Portland and mid-Atlantic ports.

Protesters disrupt ceremony honoring Portland police chief

A group of about 12 stood with their hands raised above their heads and began shouting as City Council honored Sauschuck for being named the Maine Association of Police's 2017 police Chief of the Year, according to media reports. The City Council temporarily adjourned until the protesters left.

Infinity Breaks Ground on New-look Credit Union Location in Portland

Imagine a bank branch so inviting that you go out of your way to get there. Now imagine that you don't have to go out of your way because the branch is located conveniently in Portland's Back Cove neighborhood.

RALLY 4 JUSTICE Saturday February 25 First Parish UU Portland

In the historic Meeting Hall at 425 Congress St. in Portland Maine, the First Parish Unitarian-Universalist Church is hosting a second RALLY 4 JUSTICE this Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 12:30 to 3:30 pm in the1826 stone Meeting Hall, where in 1832 the radical abolitionist William Llyod Garrision called for emancipation of slaves, inspiring Maine General Samuel Fessenden to found the Maine Anti-Slavery Society. Ronald Flannery, Southern Maine Worker's Center organizer, will speak on their Health Care as a Human Right campaign.

Maine Airbnb hosts made $26 million in 2016. LePage and towns want a better way to tax it.

Airbnb hosts in Maine brought in more than $26 million last year, as twice as many guests booked stays through the website that lets people rent private homes and living spaces as an alternative to hotels. The company released the revenue figure to highlight how much supplemental income its hosts received in 2016, with the majority coming to hosts in Portland.

Baker Newman Noyes Hires 14 Interns in Preparation for Busy Tax Filing Season

Baker Newman Noyes , one of the nation's top 100 accounting and consulting firms, has welcomed 14 college interns to meet the demand during the busy spring tax filing season in its Manchester and Portsmouth, New Hampshire and Portland, Maine offices. "The long-term success of our internship program is evidenced by the many members of our staff and management who originated in our internship program over the years," said Michael Stillings, principal and director of tax services.

Council says there's a plan to roll out some body cameras early

Following days of heated public debate over body cameras, six council members said that the city has about $26,000 left over from a federal grant that it will be using to purchase eight body cameras in the coming months. . Councilor Belinda Ray emphasized that the pilot program presented Wednesday "has been in the works for some time and is not a surprise to any of us."

LePage asks Trump 'to make Maine woods great again'

In this Aug. 4, 2015, file photo, the Wassataquoik Stream flows through Township 3, Range 8, Maine, on land owned by environmentalist Roxanne Quimby, the founder of Burts Bees. Maine Gov. Paul LePage has asked Republican President Donald Trump to undo Democratic former President Barack Obama's designation of a national monument and give back the land that was donated for it.

Second annual HeartStrong 10K on April 2 in Portland to benefit American Heart Association in Maine

The American Heart Association's second annual HeartStrong 10K will take place on Sunday, April 2, in Portland. The event's fundraising goal is $15,000 to benefit American Heart Association in Maine.

Canadian Taxpayers Federation celebrates government waste

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has issued its annual Teddy Awards for government waste, and replacing the 93-year-old Johnson Street Bridge in Victoria won the Municipal Teddy. Due to problems with the quality of steel being used, that estimate has ballooned to $105-million, that's a $42-million increase.

Popular midcoast chefs lands in Portland

A partnership with Cellardoor at The Point means the wired and witty Altiero will be catering events in Bettina Doulton's posh new event space on Thompson's Point. Food lovers no longer have to hightail it up Route 1 for a taste of his pan-ethnic cuisine.

The Justice Gap in Rural America

We have somehow ended up in a situation where law schools are graduating more people than there are job openings but yet we have a lawyer shortage. How is a lawyer shortage even remotely possible? The answer is resources are not being allocated in an equitable manner.

Police chief slams body cam advocates for 'politicizing' shooting

Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. Tonight the police chief gets political; a story that would make most humans cry; and for crying out loud, please let the NBA trade deadline be over so I can stop In his first public statements since a Portland police officer fatally shot a man on Saturday, Police Chief Michael Sauschuck lashed out at body camera proponents - including Mayor Ethan Strimling - for "politicizing" a 22-year-old man's death to push police into fast-tracking the technology.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Birthday Celebration: Poetry Brings a Community Together

Join Maine Historical Society in celebrating the life and legacy of Portland's own Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and the diversity of his "beautiful town seated by the sea" on the poet's 210th birthday! This year we will mark Longfellow's birthday in a very special way by honoring not only his poetry, but also his appreciation for the languages of the world. A professor of modern languages at both Bowdoin and Harvard, Longfellow could speak eight different languages and was the first American to translate Dante's Divine Comedy into English.

Adulting School Teaches Young Adults Grown-Up Skills

A happy hour event put on by The Adulting School where participants learn how to make craft cocktails at Maine Craft Distilling in Portland, Maine. Other skills taught by the school include changing a flat tire, making deviled eggs and folding sheets.

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