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    South Portland study: Spread out parking in Knightville

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A traffic study suggests limiting parking to one side of some Knightville residential streets to reduce congestion and force visitors to use more remote on-street spaces. The...

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    South Portland weighs move to 1 middle school

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The School Department is again considering combining Memorial and Mahoney middle schools.  Still in the preliminary stages of evaluation, the Middle School Building Committee reconvened this summer...

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    South Portland middle school basketball teams get reprieve; not so for soccer

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The School Board on Monday unanimously decided to maintain separate seventh- and eighth-grade basketball teams at Memorial and Mahoney middle schools, but to move forward with...

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    At 30, Cape Elizabeth Land Trust hopes to make connections

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust is celebrating its 30th anniversary this weekend and is hoping to gain new members. CELT will hold its celebration on Saturday...

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    Scarborough schools enter exchange with Dominican Republic university

    SCARBOROUGH — A new study-abroad program in the Dominican Republic is available for high school juniors in the upcoming school year. The program will be established through a partnership between...

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    Harpswell land trust promises action after neighbors complain about activity at beach

    HARPSWELL — Neighbors of Stover’s Point, a sand-and-gravel spit of land jutting off of Harpswell Neck, are not happy. They say the Stover’s Point Preserve, owned by the Harpswell Heritage...

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