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    Craig King

    Cape Elizabeth's only candidate for school chief drops out, board to seek interim superintendent

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The only candidate for superintendent of schools has withdrawn from consideration, the School Board chairwoman announced Friday morning. The board will now try to hire an interim...

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    Brunswick church proposes $4.75M event center

    BRUNSWICK — St. John the Baptist Catholic Church is proposing a $4.75 million, 14,700-square-foot event center. Although the idea for the project at 39 Pleasant St. has been around for about 10...

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    Scarborough girds for another beach access dispute

    SCARBOROUGH — A sandy Pine Point path that meanders through a grove of low shrubs and trees before opening up to a panoramic view of sky, sea grass and ocean...

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    Cape Elizabeth board defers on remaining school chief candidate

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The School Board on Wednesday did not act after privately discussing the only remaining candidate for superintendent. Craig King, superintendent of Regional School Unit 10 in...

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    UPDATE: Freeport restaurant fire blamed on overheated fan

    FREEPORT — An overheated bathroom fan caused a fire that all but destroyed The Corsican Cafe & Chowder House early Wednesday morning. The downtown restaurant, at 9 Mechanic St., caught...

    A rendering of a proposed 160-panel solar array atop Fort Andross in Brunswick.

    Brunswick solar project gets green light

    BRUNSWICK — A proposal for a 160-panel, 40 kilowatt solar array atop the Fort Andross Mill complex received a certificate of appropriateness from the Village Review Board Tuesday, April 26....

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