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  • SEDCO board of directors has openings

    SCARBOROUGH — The Scarborough Economic Development Corp. has two openings on its board of directors. Interested applicants may download an application from SEDCO's Web site or t...

  • They're in good claws

    Maeve McQueeney strains her neck to look up at Crusher, mascot of the Maine Red Claws minor league basketball team, as he stops traffic for her, mom Jennifer and brother Finn on Wednesday afternoon outside Brown Elementary School in South Portland. During most of the school year, a brigade of volunt...

  • SPC-TV offers online streaming, archived meetings

    SOUTH PORTLAND — South Portland Community Television is now offering its programing on the Internet. SPC-TV Manager Tony Vigue said in a press release that programming will be offered in real time, via

  • Stalemate continues in RSU 1

    Louise LaMarque, left, an English teacher, chats with school nurse Sharon Morrill outside Morse High School during a protest on Friday morning, Dec. 11. Members of the Sagadahoc Education Association staged the protest because negotiations for a new teachers' contract in Regional School Union 1 h...

  • For now, Scarborough councilors avoid muzzling committee members

    SCARBOROUGH — A decision by councilors on Wednesday to remove a paragraph entitled "Interaction with the Media" before approving a procedures manual has for now warded off the appearance of council censorship of committee members. In an attempt to clean up language and clarify proced...

  • Giving, receiving: Holiday lessons from Scarborough's Project GRACE

    SCARBOROUGH — A community room at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church has been transformed by piles of presents and tables of clothing, toys and other items as volunteers work to wrap gifts with colorful papers, ribbons and bows in preparation for families who will pick them up this week. It's a...

  • Pine Point motel parking approved, opponents vow to keep fighting

    SCARBOROUGH — Opponents aren't backing down after the Planning Board unanimously approved reconfiguration of a Pine Point motel's parking lot using land gained in a swap with the town. During the board meeting on Monday, Dec. 14, one resident stood up and interrupted the deliberation...

  • South Portland mayor, councilors defend their right to party

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Four of the seven city councilors attended a private party last weekend to celebrate the new mayor's inauguration. Although the gathering on Saturday, Dec. 12, at Mayor Tom Coward's home constituted a council quorum, neither the press nor the general public were invi...

  • Fort Williams fees among budget-balancing options in Cape Elizabeth

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Aware of the foreboding financial outlook for the coming year, the newly elected Town Council and Chairwoman Ann Swift-Kayatta took steps to save money at their first meeting Monday, Dec. 14. Councilors accepted a

  • Challenges face new Cape Elizabeth School Board members, leaders

    CAPE ELIZABETH — With news of a reduction in state funds for this year, and a grim outlook for fiscal year 2010-2011, the newest members of the School Board were sworn in on Monday, Dec. 14. John Christie, Kate Williams-Hewitt and David Hillman took their oaths in a special business...