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    Falmouth students cook up much-needed service project

    FALMOUTH — Something as simple as having a pot to cook with can make a big difference for some families. But demand for items like pots and pans is now...

    Rain, runoff no obstacle for Portland 4th graders

    PORTLAND — The community gardens at Riverton Elementary School have a water problem. So, fourth grade students at the school stepped in to create a new rain garden that’s designed...

    Hospice launches new Scarborough center

    SCARBOROUGH — U.S. Sen. Susan Collins delivered remarks at the groundbreaking of a nearly $6 million, 14,550-square-foot hospice center on June 13, praising the importance of the new space...

    Portland school urges students to go fly kites, among other things

    PORTLAND — Kite flying has a long and storied history. Kites have also been used for military and scientific purposes, from signaling and observation to measuring atmospheric conditions. Last week...

    Portland Symphony returns to July 4 celebration

    PORTLAND — Independence Day in the city this year will be a little bit different, and at the same time familiar. Shamrock Sports & Entertainment, an international sports marketing firm...

    Portland entrepreneur pedals his way to peddling cheesesteaks

    PORTLAND — The city’s newest food truck is not a truck at all. Last month, Portland resident Peter Murphy launched Rebel Cheesesteaks, a mobile food cart powered by an electric...

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