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  • Voters approve Portland school budget

    PORTLAND — Voters overwhelming supported Portland's fiscal 2011 school budget on Tuesday, but were narrowly divided about whether to continue the budget validation process for another three years. Question 2 was gridlocked at 1,002 votes on each side until the final precinct, St. Pio...

  • Council reviews plan to move Falmouth Town Hall, library to school buildings

    FALMOUTH — The Community Facilities Planning Committee on Monday presented its final plan for a "civic campus" proposed for the Plummer-Motz and Lunt school buildings when the School Department moves out in June 2011. The plan includes moving Falmouth Memorial Library into an expande...

  • RSU 5 budget grows less than 1%

    FREEPORT — The Regional School Unit 5 Board of Trustees was expected to adopt a $23.6 million fiscal year 2011 school budget ...

  • From spying to saving Fenway: Fact-checking the GOP candidates for Maine governor

    Editor’s note: First of a two-part series by the Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting examining the campaign resumes of the candidates for governor. Next week: the Democrats.

  • School Board race is North Yarmouth's only election contest

    NORTH YARMOUTH — A two-person race for a seat on the School Administrative District 51 Board of Directors is North Yarmouth’s only contest in the June 8 election. Martha Leggat of Mountfort Road is challenging Lufkin Road resident Virginia Dwyer for the seat, which Dwyer h...

  • Falmouth targets 174 street lights for elimination

    FALMOUTH — Neighborhoods may soon be a little darker, with 174 street lights proposed to be turned off and removed by July 1. The reduction is part of the recently approved fiscal 2011 budget. "These were part of the cuts to keep the mil rate the same this year," Budget and Pu...

  • Cumberland council grants permit for girls lacrosse, seeks speed limit reductions

    CUMBERLAND — The Town Council voted 6-1 Monday to issue a mass gathering permit for a girls youth lacrosse jamboree, while waiving or reducing some of the related fees. Since he expected there to be no more than 400 people present at the Twin Brook recreation facility at any one...

  • Candidates compete for Yarmouth Water District seat

    YARMOUTH — The only contested race in the June 8 municipal election will be for the Water District Board of Trustees. Incumbent William Reinsborough and challenger Patricia Ramsey are vying for a seat on the five-member board. While there are two, three-year seats available on...

  • Reiche principal to head East End Community School

    PORTLAND — The School Department on Tuesday announced that Marcia Gendron, principal of Reiche Community School, will be the new principal at East End Community School. Gendron will move to East End Community School beginning July 1. She will replace Carol Dayn, the principal since 2...

  • Yarmouth's long-time tree warden to lead Clam Festival parade

    YARMOUTH — This year's Yarmouth Clam Festival parade theme, "Three Cheers for Champions: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," will honor retired tree warden Frank Knight, 101, and Herbie, the A...