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    US Attorney General brings drug fight to Maine

    PORTLAND — U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday made Maine a centerpiece in the federal effort to stop the distribution of fentanyl and other synthetic opioids. “I want to be clear...

    South Portland planners: Short-term rental rules shouldn't be ambiguous

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The Planning Board on Wednesday unanimously recommended restoring ordinance language that identifies specifically allowable property uses. The board also approved the master plan for an assisted living...

    South Portland School Board endorses regional alliance

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The School Board on Monday unanimously endorsed an interlocal agreement with 11 area school districts to collaborate and share services.  Final approval of the pact will be...

    Bath council OKs bids for street work, housing grant

    BATH — The City Council on Wednesday unanimously selected two bids from a Damariscotta company for road improvements, and approved receiving federal funds to renovate an apartment building. The...

    Lawsuit claims Cape Elizabeth schools failed disabled student

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The parents of a 17-year-old student diagnosed with psychological disorders are suing the School Department for costs associated with their daughter’s unilateral placement in two private schools....

    Judge won't dismiss charge that Brunswick man murdered infant son

    PORTLAND — A motion to dismiss the indictment of a Brunswick man charged last year with murdering his 4-month-old son in 1979 was denied July 10 in Superior Court....

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