11th Annual Portland Boat Show

11th Annual Portland Boat Show

"THE PORTLAND BOAT SHOW" at the Portland Sports Complex on March 6th through March 9th, 2014. The facility is conveniently located at 512 Warren Avenue, just off exit 48 of the Maine Turnpike. This venue will feature plenty of free on-site parking and the largest display area of any of the local boat shows, with exhibits including center console & walkaround fishing boats, bowriders, cuddy cabins, cruisers, pontoon boats, wakeboard boats, and tournament ski boats. 

Thursday 3/6 12pm - 8pm
Friday 3/7 10am - 8pm
Saturday 3/8 10am - 8pm
Sunday 3/9 10am - 5pm

Adults: $8
Children (6-12 years): $3
Under 6 FREE

FMI: http://www.theportlandboatshow.com/



Westbrook hosts forum following student suspension controversy

WESTBROOK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Westbrook school officials held a public forum Monday night to address possible changes to the student code of conduct policy as it relates to underage drinking.

Last October, 30 student athletes were suspended for underage drinking. Several of those suspensions were lifted, and the students were able to play in a playoff football game.

An outside investigation and report released last month found there were several factors that influenced the controversy, including unclear language in the student code of conduct policy that led to gray areas and room for interpretation.

The report also took issue with the conduct of parents, school board members, and other members of the administration.

It suggested parents were pressuring school officials, and those officials were deflecting responsibility.

Principal Jon Ross said the process to recommend policy changes has already started.

Westbrook school board member files claim against city

WESTBROOK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - A school board member in Westbrook has informed the city she intends to file a lawsuit naming the city and a police officer.

An important reminder about cold weather and carbon monoxide

An important reminder about cold weather and carbon monoxide

The warmest it's supposed to get in my neck of the woods this coming week is 30°F. Not even above freezing! Cold weather like this increases the risk of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning because people are more apt to use space heaters for extra warmth. Anything that burns fuel can be a source of carbon monoxide. The gas is produced when the fuel is not completely combusted, which can happen if an item or appliance is poorly maintained or not used or vented properly. Read more ...