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    Portland ready to join lawsuits against opioid producers

    PORTLAND — The city is ready to take the fight against opioid addiction to what it believes is a primary source of the problems. City councilors on Monday approved a...

    Bath council sends charter amendments to referendum

    BATH — In a special meeting Monday that lasted less than 10 minutes and attracted one member of the public, the City Council unanimously placed two charter amendment questions...

    Bath-area land trust to wrap up fundraiser

    BATH — With a goal of raising $20,000 this year, the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust is holding its third and final “Summertime Shindig” Thursday, Sept. 28. The 5:30 p.m....

    Celebrating citizenship in Portland

    Mulhah Albadri, left, and her son Mohammed Al Mshakeel pose for photographs on Friday, Sept. 15, following a naturalization ceremony at Portland City Hall, where Al Mshakeel, who is...

    Portland event kicks hunger in the can

    A team from L.L. Bean built this backpack can sculpture in Portland’s Monument Square on Friday, Sept. 15, for the second annual United We CAN food drive organized the...

    Cumberland-North Yarmouth school board chooses arts center builder

    CUMBERLAND — The School Administrative District 51 Board of Directors on Monday unanimously approved a contract with Ledgewood Construction to build a performing arts center. The district received eight...

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