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  • Cumberland forms alliance to promote local businesses

    CUMBERLAND – A first-of-its-kind local business group hopes to promote and support businesses and bring together the town’s public and private sectors for increased economic development. Membership in the Cumberland Maine Business Association is free to all Cumberland business ...

  • Juried exhibit to spotlight best USM student art

    PORTLAND — An exhibit featuring some of the best student art will open next week at the University of Southern Maine's Area Gallery in the Woodbury Campus Center. The free exhibit, "USM Juried Student Art Exhibit: Selected Works," will feature the work of USM student artists. Most of...

  • Yarmouth prepares for crowds during Herbie's removal

    YARMOUTH — When Herbie, Yarmouth's 240-year-old, 110-foot American elm tree is removed from the corner of Yankee Drive and East Main Street on Jan. 18, town officials want spectators to be safe and prepared. To keep the droves of residents, neighbors and expected spectators safe, Pub...

  • Developers hope to stimulate interest, funding for Falmouth open space project

    FALMOUTH — An event planned Sunday, Jan. 10, at Tidewater Farm promises to provide a glimpse of organizers' dreams for the development's 32 acres of open space. Sunday's program, the first in a monthly series of educational and recreational entertainment events, is expected to attrac...

  • Shrimp parts still plague Portland Water District

    PORTLAND — The Portland Water District is reminding businesses and residents to only flush human waste and toilet paper down their drains. The reminder comes as wastewater treatment facilities are again being overwhelmed by unprocessable material, including discarded shrimp parts.

  • High school schedule the subject of Jan. 20 forum

    PORTLAND — A new schedule for the city's high schools will be discussed at a community forum scheduled for Jan. 20 at the Portland Exposition Building. The proposed common high school schedule was drafted by a 28-member task force and presented to the School Committee on Dec. 16....

  • United Way of Greater Portland announces new CEO

    PORTLAND — The United Way of Greater Portland has hired a new president and chief executive officer. Suzanne McCormick will replace Meg Baxter, who served as president of the organization for 20 years. McCormick most recently has been president of the People's Regional Opportu...

  • Nominees sought for ecomaine awards

    PORTLAND — Ecomaine is accepting nominations for its "eco-Excellence Awards," presented annually to residents who have made a difference by increasing environmental responsibility and sustainability in their communities. Nominations, along with a brief description of the nominee's gr...

  • Coastal Studies for Girls prepares for February opening in Freeport

    FREEPORT — Faculty and staff are completing last-minute details before the country's first residential science and leadership semester high school for girls opens next month. Ginger Jones, development and marketing director for

  • Opinions mixed in Cape Elizabeth workshop on fees at Fort Williams

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Although voters rejected non-resident fees for use of Fort Williams Park in November 2006, the discussion has resurfaced in anticipation of tighter budgets in coming years. At a Town Council workshop Monday night, about 50 residents gathered to hear about the Fo...