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    Expanded Cumberland fire station on time, on budget, for spring opening

    CUMBERLAND — Progress on the renovated and expanded Central Fire Station continues at a rapid pace, with full occupancy expected next spring. Two fire engines have already moved back...

    Speirs confident about leading North Yarmouth Select Board

    NORTH YARMOUTH — Six months after being elected to the Select Board, Jennifer Speirs is the panel’s new chairwoman, replacing former Chairman Peter Lacy. It’s a role Speirs said...

    South Portland moves toward restricting short-term rentals

    SOUTH PORTLAND — City councilors after a Dec. 11 workshop were leaning toward enacting a ban on non-owner-occupied short-term home rentals in residential areas. Assistant City Manager Joshua Reny laid...

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    South Portland panel to make recommendation for former public works land

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The committee considering redevelopment of the former O’Neil Street public works headquarters expects to present its vision for the six-acre property to the City Council in January....

    Drop-out rate up, graduation rate down at Brunswick High School

    BRUNSWICK — The high school has experienced “a slight dip” in graduation rates and a slight increase in dropout rates in recent years, according to Assistant Superintendent Pender Makin.  Makin...

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    Vaping by students a growing concern for school officials

    YARMOUTH — About a dozen reports over the last month about students found vaping or in possession of vaping products on school grounds drove Superintendent Andrew Dolloff to send a...

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