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    Fairgrounds roof bid expected to get OK from Topsham board

    TOPSHAM — The grandstand at the Topsham Fairgrounds may finally get a new roof this year. The Board of Selectmen was expected to vote Thursday on a bid received...

    South Portland council gets 1st look at rules for historic preservation

    SOUTH PORTLAND — City Planner Justin Barker presented a proposed ordinance for historic preservation to the City Council Tuesday, but councilors delayed action on zoning in the West End and...

    Brunswick cinema employee hopes the show will go on

    BRUNSWICK — Gracia Babbidge started her career in cinema operations more than two decades ago by scooping popcorn. Now, with a decision by the owner of Eveningstar Cinema to sell...

    DEP pledges to help South Portland monitor oil tank emissions

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Maine Department of Environmental Protection officials promised to work with the city to monitor air quality after residents aired concerns about a lawsuit filed by the...

    Red tape in Cape Elizabeth snares proposed lumber business

    CAPE ELIZABETH — There might be a new lumberyard at the town’s northern gateway by early summer. Mike Friedland, owner of Willard Square Home Repair, hopes to expand his handyman...

    Harpswell doubles mooring fees, OKs ice cream stand

    HARPSWELL — Nothing says summer like ice cream at the shore. Pammy’s Ice Cream Parlor started dishing up treats at Mitchell Field last summer and will be doing it...

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