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    South Portland City Council approves zoning for 2nd congregate home on E St.

    SOUTH PORTLAND — City councilors Wednesday unanimously adopted a zoning change to allow a second E Street residence for adults with developmental disabilities. Ten residents will live at the...


    Cape Elizabeth's new town manager promises to 'maintain responsible, sustainable budgets'

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Although Matt Sturgis didn’t always intend to be a town manager, he’s been building the necessary skill set for years. Sturgis, the town’s tax assessor, was chosen...


    Scarborough council OKs large jump in growth permits

    SCARBOROUGH — The Town Council on Wednesday approved more than doubling the number of residential growth permits to accommodate an uptick in proposals for multi-family housing projects. The vote...


    18 acres of Cape Elizabeth woodland proposed for condos, apartments

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Planning Board has scheduled a Feb. 27 public hearing to discuss a 46-unit subdivision off Spurwink Avenue. The board on Tuesday held a first review of...


    South Portland Police Department policy on body cams in final review

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The Police Department on Wednesday night unveiled the body cameras that officers will soon be wearing on duty. Chief Edward Googins said the cameras will improve...


    South Portland, Scarborough face School Board vacancies

    SCARBOROUGH — South Portland and Scarborough have unexpected vacancies on their school boards, and each is handling it in a different way. Scarborough will hold a special election Feb....

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