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    Films in Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough tackle anxiety, social media

    SCARBOROUGH — The non-profit organization EmpowerME is helping to facilitate discussion around social media use and anxiety by screening films produced and directed by Scilla Andreen, CEO of IndieFlix....

    South Portland seeks money from settlement with oil storage company

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council on Tuesday unanimously asked the federal government to increase its proposed financial settlement with Global Partners LLC. Councilors also want the U.S. Environmental...

    South Portland Historical Society promotes past, eyes future

    SOUTH PORTLAND — As the South Portland Historical Society prepares for the April 27 opening of “Riding the Rails: A History of Trains and Trolleys,” Executive Director Kathryn DiPhilippo reflected...

    Scarborough PD’s Operation Hope expands outreach effort

    SCARBOROUGH — Operation HOPE, a Police Department initiative that encourages substance misusers to seek help and recovery, has expanded its outreach with a follow-up program to visit people who...

    South Portland students root for the environment by planting trees

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Wiping dirt from her hands, ninth grader Kylee Terroni stood up from a hole she dug on high school grounds, laughing as she said, “It’s 2019,...

    Fort Williams stewards welcome new executive, project manager

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Gearing up for a blooming spring, Friends of Fort Williams has hired Jennifer Scarpitti-Nelson as its new executive director. In addition, board member Andrea Southworth was named...

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