Edith Green, a congresswoman from Portland, began working on the law in the early 1970s.
Andi West met Homsley at a karaoke show at a Portland bar about a year ago.
I have to reconfigure my brain before I get behind the wheel, which is very Portland of me.
There are actually soon to be two vegan strip clubs in Portland.
He sources in-season produce from local farms and even has someone drive in fresh seafood from Portland, Maine.
He had written a poem and had sent it to The Portland Gazette.
Mother won't let us hunt for any eggs to Portland—'cause we haven't any hens.
The laws were settled in August 1908 by a joint committee of the Bath and Portland clubs.
The monumental masonry by Portland Road failed to uplift him.
Had some good singing on board by Methodists; got out at Portland and had a most delicious bath before dinner.
in Portland cement, 1720, named by its inventor, English mason Joseph Aspdin, from resemblance of the color to the stone of Portland peninsula on the coast of Dorsetshire. The place name is literally "land surrounding a harbor," Old English Portlanda. Portland, Maine, U.S.A., took its name 1786, for the place in England. Portland, Oregon, was said to have been named for the city in Maine, which won the honor by a coin toss over Boston.