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  • Scarborough sharpshooters

    Club says interest rising for firearms training SCARBOROUGH — Depending on your generation, you might think of John Wayne, Charlie's Angels or Jack Bauer when you hear that somebody is packing heat. But movie and TV stereotypes rarely imitate life, and the ...

  • Ethics commission fines Scarborough racino committee

    AUGUSTA — After more than three hours of testimony and deliberation Thursday, the Maine Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices imposed a $12,250 penalty on the political action committee behind last fall's failed attempt to allow a racino in Scarborough. The Scar...

  • Battle line drawn: Brunswick council backs 1998 border decision

    Gerzofsky: No compelling reason to reverse agreement   BRUNSWICK — The Town Council on Monday unanimously endorsed a 1998 state decision that settled a border dispute with Harpswell, a move that challenges their neighbor's recent Town Meeting vote to revisit the matter. ...

  • Kindergarten parents upset about Falmouth schedule change

    FALMOUTH — Plans for a 2.5-day public school kindergarten program next fall that eliminates the option of five half-days aren't sitting well with some parents. Educators at Lunt School piloted the new program, which requires two full days and one half day, last school year with ...

  • Dramatic readings in Freeport illustrate life on the high seas

    FREEPORT — Letters and journal entries from 19th century sea captains, their wives and children will be read by local actors at the Harraseeket Grange Hall on Sunday, April 5 at 2 p.m.

  • Hunt for Topsham elder ends with 104-year-old

    TOPSHAM — Ruth Mann was 5 years old when Boston Post Canes were first distributed to New England communities. That was in 1909. Now 104 years and 6 months from her birthday, Mann on Wednesday became the latest Topsham resident honored with the cane that recognizes Top...

  • Posted roads generate Topsham discussion

    TOPSHAM — With the frost disappearing and the roads softening, the Board of Selectmen unanimously authorized Public Works Director Rob Pontau to post several roads in town, barring them from travel by vehicles of excessive weight. Roads posted as of Monday are Winter Street/River...

  • Not your average Girl Scout

    Greely HS student takes unorthodox road to Gold Award CUMBERLAND — Greely High School senior Victoria Pisini is an active kind of girl. A three-sport athlete who plays soccer, softball and runs cross country, she also heads the student council, helps lead the Latin club, s...

  • North Yarmouth seeks new management

    NORTH YARMOUTH — After a performance review conducted in private last week, the Board of Selectmen voted not to renew the contract of Administrative Assistant Scott Tilton. The search for a new administrator will begin at the board's next meeting on April 7. A prepared statement f...

  • SAD 75 officials outline reorganization strategy

    TOPSHAM — Student enrollment in School Administrative District 75 dropped from 3,440 in 2000 to 2,842 last year, and the downward trend is expected to continue with closure of Brunswick Naval Air Station in 2011. In preparing for this scenario, along with decreasing resources in ...