Sean Stackhouse, NEWS CENTER Maine

Sean Stackhouse

NEWS CENTER Maine

Portland, ME, United States

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Past:
  • WLTX
  • THV11

Recent articles by Sean:

Mainers return from Thanksgiving gatherings as COVID-19 surges

Maine CDC Director Dr. Shah tweeted Saturday that there are only 44 available ICU beds in Maine → Read More

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens prepares for 2021 'Gardens Aglow'

This year's display includes 650,000 LED lights and will be a driving experience. → Read More

Historic Union Wharf in Portland to be sold to Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Gulf of Maine Research Institute plans to help preserve Union Wharf and the important role it has on Portland's working waterfront → Read More

'Henry's Crusade' helps raise money for epilepsy research

Earlier this year, 3-year-old Henry Morin was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy. On Sunday, his family hosted a run/walk to raise money for research. → Read More

Path towards 200-bed Homeless Services Center in Portland clears hurdles following referendum

Portland, Maine is one step closer to building a new 200-bed Homeless Services Center in the city following the results of a referendum Tuesday. → Read More

Team Rubicon helps clear hundreds of downed trees left from Labor Day storm

A microburst ripped through Topsham more than a month ago, knocking down hundreds of trees on Danny Pollock's property. Team Rubicon came in to help → Read More

Portland Police arrest man following standoff on State Street

Police arrested Carlos Dubon of Portland after police say he pointed a handgun at traffic, refused to leave apartment → Read More

Portland voters to decide on size of new homeless shelters

Portland voters will see three options on their ballots this year as the city looks to build a 200-bed shelter in the Riverton neighborhood → Read More

Brunswick football parent, athlete speak out against decision to cancel season

More than 50 parents and players attended the Brunswick School Board meeting one week after the team's season was canceled following hazing allegations → Read More

Yellow Tulip Project celebrates 'World Mental Health Day' in Portland

Dozens came to Monument Square in Portland Sunday as the youth-led non-profit, the Yellow Tulip Project, worked to break the stigma surrounding mental health. → Read More

One man seriously injured in car vs. bike crash in Portland

Officials are asking drivers to avoid the area in Portland. Two lanes in each direction are closed to traffic. → Read More

Florida boy runs mile to honor Deputy Luke Gross

12-year-old Zechariah Cartledge runs one mile to honor every first responder who lost their lives in the line of duty → Read More

Maine to begin resettling Afghan evacuees soon

Catholic Charities Maine says it's anticipating supporting anywhere between 67 and 100 evacuees in the coming months → Read More

Dempsey Challenge 2021: Saturday recap

On Saturday, more than 1,000 took part in the in-person challenge by running and walking a 5k or 10k to help raise money for the Dempsey Center → Read More

Portland City Councilors split on mask mandate decision

Portland City Council voted 4-4 on implementing an indoor mask mandate. The measure failed Monday, but is expected to be discussed again in the future → Read More

Portland City Councilors split on mask mandate decision

Portland City Council voted 4-4 on implementing an indoor mask mandate. The measure failed Monday, but is expected to be discussed again in the future → Read More

'You're not alone.' Hundreds attend Portland Out of the Darkness Walk

The walk, organized by the Maine Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, helped raise more than $50,000 for suicide prevention in Maine. → Read More

Momentum grows to transform dormant rail line to rail trail

The proposed 26-mile rail trail would convert the St. Lawrence & Atlantic rail line to a trail from Portland to Auburn → Read More

Barn in Falmouth believed to be struck by lightning

Falmouth Fire Chief Howard Rice Jr. says he believes a barn on Country Lane was struck by lightning as powerful thunderstorms hit Maine Wednesday → Read More

Community supports victims of fatal Lewiston Fire

The cause of the fire that ripped through an apartment on Blake Street is still unknown. Organizations are now working to support dozens who lost their homes. → Read More