Also in this edition of The Express newsletter, more on state budget talks and whether cats are optimists or pessimists. Or neither.
The senator is questioning the U.S. Postal Service’s plan to move automated sorting equipment from the Scarborough distribution center to one in New Hampshire.
Your nightly newsletter grab bag of local news, featuring all sorts of potentially deadly critters in Maine.
It’s that time of year again, when occasional great white shark sightings off Maine beaches make big headlines.
There’s still two remnants of Union Station you can see in Portland today. Part of the train shed made its was to Thompson’s Point. What’s left of the old clock sits in a glass case in Congress Square.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, a study showing car crashes increasing in states which have legalized marijuana.
The Tweet Of The Day comes from Portland City Hall, which is delivering some bad news for your change purses.
“What happens to all the good stuff if it doesn’t get remembered? What happens to all the good square dances, what happens to the pot lucks?”
Anthony Sanborn, Jr., is trying to overturn his conviction for the 1989 murder, which two criminal profilers now say was likely the work of a serial killer.