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Portland

  • Waynflete meets with residents to discuss Portland school's future

    Neighborhood group seeks to stop campus expansion PORTLAND — More than 100 residents – most with homes on the Western Promenade – gathered at a neighborhood church Monday evening to discuss the possible expansion of the Waynflete School campus. Waynflete,...

  • Portland Hall developer trades parking for park

    Deering Street change removes preservation concerns PORTLAND —  Plans to turn the former college dorm at 645 Congress St. into apartments have been altered in response to concerns from neighbors and historic preservation officials. Greg Shinberg, a partner in ...

  • School budget reduces Portland tax burden

    PORTLAND — The School Committee on April 1 unanimously approved a $91.36 million budget. The fiscal 2010 budget, which takes effect on July 1, is an increase of $1.86 million, or 2 percent, over the current $89.5 million budget. Next year's budget eliminates 17 positi...

  • Portland council pushes green design rules

    Councilors spar over formula business delay PORTLAND — The City Council approved a measure Monday that will require new or renovated buildings that either belong to the city or are somehow funded by the city to get green building certification. The city's Green ...

  • Portland

    3/29 Victoria Crane, 53, of Portland, was arrested by Officer Ben Roper on a charge of misuse of 911. 3/29 at 8:30 a.m. Josiah Dubay, 30, of Portland, was arrested by Officer Kevin Haley on a charge of operating after suspension. 3/29 at 4 p.m. Micha...

  • Chickens: The ultimate spring accessory

    Classes, orders for chickens fill up PORTLAND — Paris Farmers Union will receive 800 live chickens next month, and some of them may end up in a backyard near you. "We've seen a great increase in orders for chickens," said Clint Farnham, manager of...

  • Collection 2009

    Falmouth High School sophomore Amy Cook, 16, works on a puffy pink glamour gown for Portland Arts and Technology High School's Collection 2009 fashion show being held April 16 at Deering High School. (Billings photo)

  • Tour highlights Portland school's environmental efforts

    PORTLAND — Elementary school students this week got a close look at the many programs that promote and explore environmental sustainability at Lincoln Middle School. On Monday, students from Longfellow Elementary School toured the school, where they planted seedlings they hope wil...

  • MaineHealth pulls out of Portland Bayside deal

    PORTLAND — A $40 million project that would have put an eight-story office building and a parking garage on city land in Bayside has become a victim of the economic downturn. MaineHealth last week announced the cancellation of the project, citing economic instability and financial...

  • Portland Trails to discuss future routes

    PORTLAND — Portland Trails will hold a public forum Thursday, April 9, to gather input on future trails in Libbytown, Valley Street and Parkside. The nonprofit organization would like suggestions about ways to improve sidewalks, trails and trail connections, and bike facilities in...