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    South Portland zoning proposals aim to protect Knightville's residential character

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council Thursday was scheduled to review proposed zoning amendments for Knightville. Planning Director Tex Haeuser said the amendments could result in “slightly” more dense residential...

    South Portland students give officials an ‘F’ for response to criticism

    SOUTH PORTLAND — High school students say they are frustrated with administration’s response – or lack thereof – to what they called “strong resistance” to the district’s 4-year-old proficiency-based grading system....

    State board OKs design of new Bath-area high school

    BATH — The state Board of Education on Wednesday unanimously approved the design of a new Morse High School. The school remains on track to open in fall 2020....

    School grant bolsters Scarborough's STEM initiatives

    SCARBOROUGH — Computer Science Education Week was cause for coding and celebration last week. Now-former state Sen. Amy Volk, R-Scarborough, and Laura Perloff, senior director of advocacy and strategic alliances...

    South Portland elects Dhalac to City Council

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Voters Tuesday elected a woman who is believed to be the city’s first African-American city councilor. Deqa Dhalac, a Somali immigrant who is also Muslim, out-polled her...

    South Portland schools, union reach new pact

    SOUTH PORTLAND — After a year and a half of negotiations, the Board of Education has reached a labor agreement with the South Portland Service Employees Association. But union President Steve...

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