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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
Classes for millennials designed to teach basic 'Adulting'

Millennials lacking life skills -- like cooking, budgeting, or time management -- are now signing up for classes designed to teach them those basics. Rachel Flehinger co-founded the aptly named "adulting school" in Portland, Maine.

Mother of Ayla Reynolds, attorney to speak out about unsolved case Monday

The mother of Ayla Reynolds, the Maine toddler who disappeared in 2011 and was declared legally dead last year, is set to speak publically next week about next steps in the case. Trista Reynolds of Scarborough and her lawyer, William Childs, will make statements and take questions outside the federal courthouse in Portland at 10 a.m. Monday - seven years after the 20-month old was reported missing.

Republican drops recount request in Maine congressional race

In this Nov. 13, 2018, file photo, U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin, R-Maine, speaks at a news conference in Augusta, Maine. Poliquin, who has disputed his loss in the first ranked-choice congressional race in U.S. history is dropping his request for a recount.

Prostitution ring spanning NH, Maine and Vt. run by Concord couple...

Two Chinese nationals who were living in Concord, New Hampshire, have been arrested and charged with running a sex trafficking ring in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont that included homes and hotels in Portland, South Portland and Kittery.

Worker dies after fall from Portland roof

The Portland Police Department says it's working with Occupational Safety and Health Association, or OSHA, on a workplace death investigation.

Chebeague shocked by killing of woman from longtime island family

A young woman with deep roots on Chebeague Island was shot and killed this week in Connecticut, and her death is reverberating through the small island community. Emily Todd came back to Chebeague Island almost every summer and during holidays to visit with her large extended family.

Cornell University Research Could Help Hemp Entrepreneurs

This was a double-blind placebo trial with dogs suffering from osteoarthritis and multi-joint pain. In a double-blind test, the veterinarian/owner does not know which patient is receiving the placebo and which is receiving the drug.

Half of iconic Bert & I duo dies 60 years after recording

In this 1970s photo, Bob Bryan, left, and Marshall Dodge, the Down East Maine humorists behind "Bert and I," pose for a photo in Maine. Bryan died Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018, in Sherbrooke, Quebec.

Guest Column: When a Plan Comes Together

Political irony is on full display in Maine. The staple of many a politician, hypocrisy has now been foisted upon the voting process.

Trump's pledge to make Mexico pay for border wall may cost US...

WASHINGTON It was one of Donald Trump's most-repeated campaign promises: Not only would he build a wall along the U.S. southern border a "big, beautiful wall," he boasted he'd make Mexico pay for it. Now, as president, Trump is demanding that Congress give him $5 billion as a down payment on the wall and threatening to shut down the government if he doesn't get it.

Mercy Hospital opened 100 years ago during deadly flu epidemic

A deadly flu raged when the Catholic Church and its Sisters of Mercy launched an institution on Dec. 12, 1918. It was autumn of 1918 and Maine was in the grip of a vicious flu pandemic more deadly than any that had preceded it.

The Gifts Strategist Editors Want

To be Strategist editors, we have to be obsessive, exacting, and a little bit crazy when it comes to finding things to buy on the internet - so that you, the reader, don't have to be. Which is why we thought that letting you in on the holiday gifts we'll be giving this year might be useful.

Portland cheerleader picked to perform in London's New Year's Day parade

The sophomore captain of Deering High School's cheering team is likely the first cheerleader from Maine's largest city ever picked to perform in London's New year's Day Parade. Kassidy Plummer will be one of about 1,000 American high school cheerleaders performing along the parade route, where more than 300,000 onlookers are expected to gather.

Lobster restaurant chain to build new Portland location

The Portland Press Herald reports Luke Holden, founder of the Luke's Lobster, plans to build a 200-seat restaurant at Portland Pier. According to Holden, the restaurant will be the seafood chain's largest location.

Artificial Dyes Fading, But Food Will Still Get Color Boosts

In this Apr. 25, 2003 file photo, fillets of farm-raised salmon are sprayed with water at a fish market in Portland, Maine. Many companies including McDonald's and Kellogg are purging artificial colors from their foods, but don't expect your cheeseburgers or cereal to look much different.

Biennial artists reveal their crushes

Back by popular demand, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, 21 Winter St., is offering its lively and thought-provoking lecture series - Who Do You Love? - in conjunction with this year's Biennial Exhibition. The second iteration of the series takes place Sunday, Dec. 16, at 3 p.m. and features four Biennial artists: Thomas Flanagan, Yarmouth; Samantha Jones, Blue Hill; Alison Rector, Monroe and South Portland; and Kathy Weinberg, Morrill.

Proposed cut for herring harvest could affect lobster catch

In this Wednesday, July 8, 2015 file photo, herring are unloaded from a fishing boat in Rockland, Maine. Fishermen who seek one of the most important bait fish on the East Coast are likely to see a dramatic reduction in the amount they are allowed to harvest next year.

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