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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

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US says number of overfished fish stocks at all-time low Source: AP

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Warming Waters Push Fish To Cooler Climes, Out Of Some Fishermen's Reach

Austin Steeves packages lobsters after hauling traps on his grandfather's boat in Casco Bay, Portland, Maine. Portland Press Herald/Press Herald via Getty Images hide caption The oceans are getting warmer and fish are noticing.

Keep King Street classy

It cheapens the experience of strolling and browsing in the heart of the historic city, making it seem more like a carnival midway or a generic suburban shopping mall. And while it might bump up commissions or help merchants pay the rent, it is ultimately bad for business as a whole.

Police say fatal stabbing of Veazie man at Portland Denny's was self-defense

No charges will brought in the 2016 fatal stabbing of a Veazie man in a Denny's parking lot in Portland, after police determined that the alleged assailant acted in self-defense, police said. The finding, announced Wednesday, means Portland police have closed the two-year homicide investigation into the death of Anthony Best, 31, said Portland Police Lt.

Maine's The MEMIC Group Hires Heal, Promotes Flaherty and Wintle

The MEMIC Group, a Portland, Maine-based workers' compensation specialist, has appointed Lara Heal to director of Managed Care Services as well as promoted Karen Flaherty to director of Financial Operations and Kristen Wintle to director of Compensation and Benefits. Heal has more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, with 10 years as a director of Case Management and Vocational Rehab Services at Unum.

Tom Wolfe Had the Right Stuff

I first became aware of Tom Wolfe, who died Monday at 88, when an English teacher at my Jesuit high school in Maine turned me on to his 1975 exercise in New Journalism, "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test." Wow. I mean WOW! South Portland, Maine, had never encountered anything like it.

City gets more federal funds than expected, plans more help for immigrants and homeless

The city of Portland is receiving about $150,000 more in federal funding than expected for its Community Development Block Grant program , and will distribute the additional money to a range of local organizations that provide services for immigrants and people experiencing homelessness, among others. The city had been expecting to receive approximately $1.85 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for fiscal year 2019.

96-hour sale: Southwest fares fall below $50 one-way, including summer flights

These photos released by Southwest show off its new "Heart" aircraft livery as well as its new logo and branding for its airport locations. These photos released by Southwest show off its new "Heart" aircraft livery as well as its new logo and branding for its airport locations.

High court weighs whether MaineCare must pay for abortions

Pro-choice advocates are asking the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to do what lawmakers have refused to do since 1979 - require MaineCare to pay for abortions for low-income pregnant women. MaineCare, the state's version of the Medicaid health insurance program for low-income residents, pays for abortions only in cases of rape, incest or if continuing a pregnancy to term would endanger the mother's life.

Landlord convicted in deadly fire takes appeal to Maine's top court

Maine's top court is set hear the appeal of a Portland landlord convicted of a misdemeanor for his role in the state's deadliest house fire in decades. A lawyer for Gregory Nisbet is scheduled to argue Tuesday that the Maine Supreme Judicial Court should overturn the landlord's fire code violation - the only conviction to come out of his high-profile, 2016 trial for manslaughter.

Construction bid opening for new middle school set for May 16

Two construction bids for the new Camden Rockport Middle School will be opened May 16 at 2 p.m. in the SAD 28 Central office on Lions Lane. The two bidders are Ledgewood Construction of South Portland and PC Construction , headquartered in Vermont, with a location in Portland.

Jurassic Dave is making his mark in Hay-on-Wye

FOUNDER and creator of Hay -on-Wye's authentic fossil shop, The Hourglass Collection, David Pitt mined many avenues before he hung his hat in Hay. Captain in the Army, Foreman Steeplejack for the RC Church, David was in his fifties when he came upon a shop in Kennebunkport, Maine that inspired a new direction.

Correction: Lobster Shellshock-Q&A story

In this June 12, 2015, file photo, a lobster is pulled from a crate in Kennebunkport, Maine. The globalization of the American lobster business has spurred fears within the industry that lobsters' shells are getting weaker, but scientific evidence about the issue paints a complicated picture.

Broadway at the Cabaret: Katharine McPhee, Eva Noblezada, Jennifer Sanchez & More

What good is sitting alone in your room this week? If you don't already have plans to see a Broadway show, come out to see your favorite Broadway stars in a cabaret act instead. After Broadway orchestras begin their overtures, ensemble members take their dance breaks, and performers belt out their eleven o'clock numbers, the party continues at various cabaret venues throughout New York City.

Lobster industry fears weaker shells, but evidence is mixed

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Scientists say Maine's lobster boom won't last. Here are the fisheries coming next

A black sea bass lies in a lobster trap next to a lobster after being caught off midcoast Maine in this undated photo. Black sea bass are appearing more frequently in Maine waters in the summer, and fishermen think eventual harvests of the sought-after fish north of Cape Cod could help offset expected decreases in lobster catches as the Gulf of Maine continues to warm due to climate change.

Potential Portland budget cuts could include island school closures

The Portland superintendent and his top administrators spent the better part of the day Thursday in meetings, talking about next year's school budget. This, after the council's finance committee voted 2-1 in favor of cutting $1.1 million from that budget.

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