Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. It’s fall, which means it’s time for my favorite odes to the season. (That second link contains some very salty language.) What we’re talking about A proposed $250 million development on the eastern waterfront might include one of the largest affordable housing developments the city […]
Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. Today we got another glimpse of how Portland could look in 10 years. What we’re talking about This morning developers unveiled their plans for a quarter-billion dollar project along the water on the East End. You can see renderings of the proposal here. Here’s Jake […]
Ten acres along Portland’s eastern waterfront would be built into an manicured neighborhood of residential buildings, shops and restaurants.
Employees of Marine Spill Response Corporation on Sept. 9 asked the Department of Labor to provide income support and job training for the six Maine Responder crew members.
Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. Today: a restaurant that bans tips, layoffs, potential job losses and a new Clinton/Trump poll. What we’re talking about Kathleen Pierce lays out why a new Portland restaurant won’t ask diners for tips, but will charge them extra so the owner can pay her staff […]
Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. Troy captured some beautiful shots along the water today. What we’re talking about Portlanders anxious over a proposed condo project that they fear would block views from a Munjoy Hill park are asking the city to step in. Opponents of developer Bernie Saunier’s early plans […]
Good evening from the BDN Portland office on Congress Street. It’s the weekend. You made it. What we’re talking about Jake Bleiberg today wrapped up how the new owners of the CAT ferry seem to be doing as the line enters its final month of the season. In one word: “eh.” He reports: The new […]
“Make sure that the locals love you.”