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  • Bath council gives initial OK to borrowing $300K for turf field

    BATH — A bond issue of up to $300,000 for all-weather turf at McMann Field narrowly received initial approval from the City Council Wednesday evening. The council voted 5-4 to grant first passage to an ordinance that authorizes the borrowing , which will pay for the purchase and ins...

  • Finishing touch in Freeport

    Camden Acousti, left, and his dad Tom stand back and admire their work after topping a newly sculpted snowman with a winter cap Sunday, Jan. 3, on School Street in Freeport.

  • Registration announced for Falmouth kindergarten

    FALMOUTH — Registration for 2010-2011 kindergarten will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 12, 13 and 14 in the Lunt School lobby. Children who will be 5 years old on or before Oct. 15 are eligible to attend kindergarten in the fall. The child's o...

  • RSU 5 nomination papers available in Durham

    FREEPORT — Nomination papers are available for Durham citizens who would like to sit on the Regional School Unit 5 Board of Directors. Durham resident and board member Laurie Poissonnier has reached the end of her one-year term and her replacement will be elected for a three-year ter...

  • Employees sue owner of popular Portland restaurant, seek $160K

    PORTLAND — A group of restaurant workers filed a lawsuit in federal court Jan. 6, claiming a local restaurant owner has violated labor laws. Two current and four former employees of The Front Room are suing chef/owner Harding Smith for $160,000, according to the lawsuit filed in U.S....

  • Group sues to prevent closing of West Harpswell School

    HARPSWELL — A group fighting to prevent the closing of West Harpswell School is taking its case to court. Friends for Harpswell Education on Monday filed a lawsuit against state Education Commission Susan Gendron and School Administrative District 75, disputing the district's rationale f...

  • Bath police release photos of robbery suspects

    BATH — Police have released two photos identifying two men they believe were involved in an armed robbery at a Route 1 convenience store on Dec. 26, 2010. The surveillance shots show the pair in the Cumberland Farms store earlier that day. The suspects left the scene in a green Ford...

  • Bath Antiques Show to be held Jan. 10

    BATH — The New Year is here, but there’s no better time to shop for old items. The Bath Antiques Show will be held at the Bath Middle School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 10. The show’s 50 dealers offer a large variety of items, such as furniture, rugs, sterling, pa...

  • New members join Brunswick council, School Board; King back as council chairwoman

    BRUNSWICK — New town councilors and School Board members were sworn in during inauguration ceremonies Monday, Jan. 4, at Maine Street Station. Suzan Wilson, representing Disrict 3, and John Perreault, representing District 4, are the latest additions to the Town Council. At-large ...

  • SAD 75 promotes educational experiences with online 'Showcase’

    TOPSHAM – Call it YouTube meets School Administrative District 75. The learning achievements of the district’s elementary, middle and high school students are available for viewing on the Internet through SAD 75’s Learning Showcase. The visual and audio showcase can be accesse...