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    Federal judge declines to dismiss Portland Pipe Line lawsuit against South Portland

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The city’s attempt to derail a lawsuit filed against it last year by Portland Pipe Line Corp. was denied Thursday by a U.S. District Court judge. The lawsuit,...

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    Yarmouth-based DeLorme to be acquired by Garmin

    YARMOUTH — Garmin Ltd., the Swiss GPS company, has agreed to purchase DeLorme. DeLorme, based at 2 DeLorme Drive off of Route 1, produces digital maps, mapping software, and GPS...

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    Brunswick board supports adding religious holidays to school calendar

    BRUNSWICK — A proposed school calendar noting all major religious holidays received nearly unanimous support from the School Board and members of the public Wednesday night. Superintendent Paul Perzanoski created...

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    Scarborough plans social media blitz, seeks residents' input

    SCARBOROUGH — The town wants to know how residents search for and find municipal information, and has posted a survey on its website to find out. The effort is part...

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    South Portland to allow business ads at school sports venues

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The School Board narrowly approved allowing businesses to pay for advertising inside Beal Gymansium and at Martin Field. The 4-3 vote on Monday, Feb. 8, creates a...

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    GRACE fuels donations in Scarborough

    Peter Martin, left, and Marj Desanctis try to attract donors to the Project GRACE Rally to Keep Our Neighbors Warm at the Oak Hill Fire Station on Route 1...

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