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    Residents hope for fairness in South Portland short-term rental policy

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Peter Cooke is a 17-year resident of Willard Beach. Five blocks away from his primary home he also owns a rental property that he advertises on...

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    South Portland food waste pilot program increases recycling

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Since its inception last May, a pilot program to collect food waste has increased recycling rates in two participating neighborhoods.   About 600 households in the Knightville...

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    Scarborough petition: Reconsider school start-time changes

    SCARBOROUGH — An online petition wants officials to re-evaluate revised school start times scheduled to take effect in the fall. The change.org petition, signed by more than 550 people as of...

    Cape Elizabeth to join #MeToo, #TimesUp discussion

    CAPE ELIZABETH — It’s important to bring the message of the #MeToo movement back home, according to Jim Sparks, a member of the Cape Diversity Coalition. For that reason, the...

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    ‘Long-term’ solution delayed in Brunswick water crisis

    BRUNSWICK — The town continues to truck water from the Brunswick-Topsham Water District to Bay Bridge Estates, a mobile home park off Route 1 where park owners began rationing water...

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    Cape Elizabeth taps Raftice to run Fort Williams Park, Community Services

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Kathleen Raftice has been named director of Community Services and Fort Williams Park, effective immediately. Town Manager Matt Sturgis announced the appointent Jan. 16. Raftice, the former...

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