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News

  • Shore Road pathway would cost Cape $864K

    CAPE ELIZABETH — A cost of $864,000 was announced for the proposed Shore Road pathway project Wednesday, surprising pathway committee members who said they expected the price to be at least double that amount.

  • Duct Tape creations add to Falmouth library auction

    FALMOUTH — Memorial Library is gearing up for war next month – a bidding war.

  • Vote likely in South Portland on $5.8M school renovation bond

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Voters in June are likely to be asked to borrow $5.8 million for school renovations.

  • Championship souvenir

    Cape Elizabeth High School senior Alex Bowe, the regional tournament's MVP, cuts down the net in celebration after the Capers won the Western Class B boys basketball title Feb. 21 at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland. Story in Sports, Page 13. (Jason Veilleux photo)

  • Cape, S.P., Scarborough officials share concerns

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Officials from South Portland, Scarborough and Cape Elizabeth met Wednesday night in a first step to identifying areas for local collaboration and through their legislators at the state level.

  • Proposed S.P. school budget axes 13 jobs

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Superintendent of Schools Suzanne Godin on Wednesday night presented a 3.5 percent budget increase to the School Board, which will conduct budget reviews next week.

  • Falmouth board appoints interim superintendent

    FALMOUTH — In a unanimous decision, the School Board voted Tuesday to appoint Assistant Superintendent of Schools Barbara Powers to the position of interim superintendent, effective July 1. She will replace Superintendent George Entwistle III, who is leaving to become superintendent of Belmont, Ma...

  • Meal program benefits Freeport Community Services

    FREEPORT — A local caterer, a previous business owner, a retired teacher and a long-term volunteer have joined forces to create a home-cooked meal program to benefit Freeport Community Services.

  • Storm leaves thousands without power

    FALMOUTH — The storm that tore through the state Sunday and Monday left thousands without electricity as heavy, wet snow downed tree limbs and power lines.

  • Coach sentenced to jail for role in Deering HS party

    PORTLAND — A former Deering High School assistant coach was sentenced to 10 days in jail, 50 hours of community service and fined $2,000 for his role in hosting an underage drinking party last year for the high school baseball team.