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    Property owners accuse Cumberland manager, code officer of trespassing

    CUMBERLAND — In the latest chapter of a dispute that has been in court for two years, a father and son are claiming two town officials trespassed on their...

    Cumberland-North Yarmouth voters initially OK school budget

    CUMBERLAND — Nearly 300 Cumberland and North Yarmouth residents filled seats in the Greely High School gym May 17 to ratify next year’s proposed School Administrative District 51 budget....

    South Portland panel picks Wescott Road for new middle school

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A new, combined middle school will likely be built at the existing Memorial Middle School property on Wescott Road, according to Superintendent of Schools Ken Kunin. ...

    Brunswick pasta entrepreneur keeps it fresh

    BRUNSWICK — Matthew DeFio has been trying to get out of the service industry for three years. And he’s succeeded, sort of. After years of cooking in local restaurants, DeFio,...

    Scarborough certifies recall, adopts combined budget

    SCARBOROUGH — Town councilors on Wednesday adopted a $65 million combined school and town budget and certified recall election results that ousted three Board of Education members.  School Board Chairwoman...

    South Portland vote advances plan for affordable housing

    SOUTH PORTLAND — City councilors by a 5-2 vote Tuesday approved a zoning change for a proposed $9 million affordable housing project at 611 Main St., the site of the former...

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