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  • Bath, Brunswick to get $1.3M from stimulus

    Funds target neighborhood stabilization

  • All that jazz 1

    South Portland High School vocalist Albie Gingrich performs while band director Craig Skeffington leads the other musicians at the Maine High School Jazz Festival on March 14 at the South Portland Auditorium.Gingrich was named one of the event's outstanding musicians. (Rich Obrey photo)

  • South Portland police seek public opinion

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The Police Department is reaching out to residents and business leaders for feedback about its performance, in an effort to update its long-range plan.

  • Correction

    Last week's story about the South Portland school budget should have said board member Michael Eastman would like to reinstate the certification coordinator position.

  • Scarborough council amends TIF, seeks School Board cooperation on budget

    SCARBOROUGH — In unanimous votes Wednesday, town councilors extended the length of time Cabela's developers have to recover $8.25 million in taxes and endorsed a resolution that calls on the Board of Education to join them in limiting cost increases, including employee raises, in the fiscal 2...

  • South Portland council gives preliminary OK to school bond, charter change

    City receives nearly $300K in Homeland Security funds

  • Taxes unchanged under Falmouth budgets

    FALMOUTH — The Town Council will receive proposed municipal and school budgets in a special meeting next Wednesday.

  • Visiting artist helps mold Scarborough ceramics students

    SCARBOROUGH — For some of Lisa Ruhman's students, taking a ceramics class at Scarborough High School was just a way to fit in a fine arts credit.

  • Museum educator to tell tales of Yarmouth's past

    YARMOUTH — The Yarmouth Historical Society spring lecture series will feature letters from the 1600s, stories from the 1700's, and drawings and artifacts cherished and handed down from Yarmouth and North Yarmouth residents. 1

  • Chain gang

    Abigail King, 7, center, her mother Tina and brother Gage, 5, join more than 80 other volunteers on Main Street in Freeport last Saturday for the 13th annual Hand to Hand Food Drive. The volunteers formed a chain, passing bags of nonperishable food items from First Parish Church to the Community Cen...