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    Cape Elizabeth Strawberry Festival on schedule, even if fruit isn’t

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The first day of summer normally means the strawberry season is well underway. But this year’s cold and rainy spring is preventing farmers from opening their...

    Trusts hope to preserve ‘remarkable’ Brunswick property

    BRUNSWICK — Two land trusts are working to acquire more than 80 acres of shorefront to provide public access at Woodward Point. The trident-shaped property has 10,000 feet of...

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    South Portland sees former public works land as ‘blank canvas’

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The city has a rare opportunity to guide the redevelopment of a 6-acre lot in the heart of a well-established residential neighborhood, residents were told at...

    South Portland revises pact for solar farm

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council on Monday unanimously authorized the city manager to draft and deliver an updated agreement for a solar energy farm at the capped landfill....

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    Topsham fire chief takes Lewiston post

    TOPSHAM — Brian Stockdale, the town’s fire and rescue chief for seven years, will resign to fill that role in Lewiston beginning July 27. “Topsham has been fabulous to...

    Brunswick fish kill may prompt call for new rules

    BRUNSWICK — Some town officials and residents are demanding the state Department of Marine Resources identify the fisherman who caused a stink by releasing thousands of dead pogies into...

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