Members of the Portland Newspaper Guild local at the Morning Sentinel in Waterville have been working without a contract since Jan. 31, 2006. As negotiations have bogged down, the dispute has gotten …
Guild members are protesting by withholding
It's mid-December and we've made it through Chanukah and still have the solstice and Christmas to go. So far my most memorable holiday moment involves a teenage girl, several pounds of butter and sugar, huge blocks of chocolate, and a bunch of walnuts.
Down East editors' picks for the best people and places in the Pine Tree State.
Down East's editors consider the battle over what really is Maine's friendliest town, Christmas at the Blaine House, and a report that ranks the Pine Tree State first in safety, among other things.
The January 2008 issue of Down East features editors' selections of their favorite places to eat and drink. Do you agree with their choices? Share your favorites...
The Portland Press Herald has hired a new Washington correspondent. He's Jonathan Kaplan, who's been a staff writer for The Hill ( a Capitol Hill newspaper aimed at elected officials and political insiders) for the last five years. Kaplan will start work for Maine's largest daily
If you're trying to conceal your shadowy past, the easiest way to do it might be to work for the Kennebec Journal in Augusta or its sister daily newspaper, the Morning Sentinel in Waterville. For the second time this year, the two papers, which share the same editorial