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  • Scarborough to hold rabies clinic for dogs, cats

    SCARBOROUGH — Cat and dog owners may bring their pets to be inoculated at a rabies clinic, sponsored by animal control and the town clerk's office in cooperation with Scarborough Animal Hospital. The clinic at the Scarborough Middle School cafeteria will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. o...

  • Correction

    Last week's story about a new cafe and wine bar proposed in Cape Elizabeth should have said the owners are considering opening their cafe seven days a week at 6:30 a.m., and staying open until about 10:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays.

  • Ethics panel says South Portland tried to influence vote, but will not investigate

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The state Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices has decided not to investigate the use of city tax bills to distribute a campaign flier explaining the City Council's opposition to referendums that were on the November ballot. But that isn't stopping...

  • Correction

    Last week's story and an accompanying editorial about the appointment of Jerald McQueeney to the District 3 seat on the South Portland School Board should have said that Ralph Baxter Jr. and Karen Callaghan were elected to at-large seats in 2007, following the resignations of two board members. They...

  • Brunswick workshop set on raising urban chickens

    BRUNSWICK — Residents hoping to take advantage of the town's new urban chicken law are encouraged to attend a meeting about how to properly raise the birds. Town Councilor Debbie Atwood and members of the Brunswick Permaculture Group will hold a workshop Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. in the m...

  • Holidays arrive in Freeport

    Visitors are silouhetted against the thousands of lights illuminating the Christmas tree at L.L. Bean's Discovery Park in Freeport, where holiday-season events got underway on Friday night, Nov. 20.

  • Cumberland/North Yarmouth Lions Club holds annual citrus sale

    CUMBERLAND — The Cumberland/North Yarmouth Lions Club is holding its 14th annual fresh Florida citrus sale, proceeds of which benefit college scholarships and Project Graduation for Greely High School's senior class. The club, which has awarded more than $154,000 to date, sells 2...

  • Cumberland, North Yarmouth residents discuss SAD 51 costs

    CUMBERLAND — About 70 people weighed in during a School Administrative District 51 budget forum Nov. 18 on cost efficiencies the district could address in framing its fiscal 2011 budget. "There were lots of ideas about continuing with a quality education for all kids," ...

  • HenryFest founder named executive director of Yarmouth music center

    YARMOUTH — The new executive director of 317 Main St. Community Music Center is a music enthusiast, mandolin student, parent of a music student, previous chairman of the board of directors and foun...

  • Azure Cafe to prepare free Thanksgiving meal at Freeport Community Services

    FREEPORT — For the sixth year, Azure Cafe will partner with Freeport Community Services to host a free Thanksgiving meal for resi...