Plus, news about a Portland bakery and the development of Saco Island.
Plus, now you can really name Portland’s new hockey team.
Also in your nightly newsletter, Portland took a step toward getting a 68-foot-tall cold storage building for its waterfront.
Also, can you tell the difference between a real photograph and a faked one? Most people can’t.
Also in tonight’s newsletter: Why scientists are injecting rabies into ferrets. On purpose.
John Alfred Poor got frostbite and pneumonia on his grueling trek to bring trains from Canada to Portland.
Also, are we seeing the end of the tiny house craze?
Also in tonight’s newsletter, another contender for the Blaine House and what’s irritating folks about this year’s upcoming Clam Fest.
He can turn a steaming, red-shelled carcass into a mound of mouthwatering meat in just a few seconds.
A space vacation is still a long ways off, but Halifax about to become pretty accessible.