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    Bath viaduct to reopen next week, ahead of schedule

    BATH — The viaduct that carries U.S. Route 1 over the heart of the city could reopen as soon as May 3 and no later than May 5, more...

    South Portland steps back from sanctuary status

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council on Monday debated amendments to water down a prior resolution that could label South Portland a “sanctuary city.” The wording still concerns some residents...

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    Scarborough reduces proposed budget increases, property tax hike

    SCARBOROUGH — A proposed reduction in the combined town and school budget would mean a drop in the corresponding tax increase for property owners. Town Manager Thomas Hall and...

    South Portland waterfront provides coordinates for experienced chef, restaurateur

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The city’s newest waterfront restaurant plans to open in June, replacing a landmark that lasted more than two decades. North 43 Bistro will open where Joe’s Boathouse...

    Brunswick college student’s business makes the most of mini-fridges

    BRUNSWICK — For a guy in the refrigerator business, Mitch Newlin doesn’t have much time to chill out. The Brunswick native, who is a Bates College senior and full-time member...

    Cape Elizabeth schools hope to multiply mathematical thinking

    CAPE ELIZABETH —  The grade 5-12 math curriculum is under review, especially at the high school, where adding statistics in grade 11 next year is hoped to keep students academically...

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