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    Fundraising continues for Fort Gorges preservation

    PORTLAND — The Friends of Fort Gorges are still raising money to fund a preservation study that would revitalize the Civil War-era fort and potentially open it up the...


    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...

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