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  • Cape Elizabeth High School gym floor goes 'green' after flood

    CAPE ELIZABETH — A new, environmentally friendly floor is being installed after the high school gymnasium floor sustained major water damage. The new flooring, made by Connor Sports Flooring, has a surface of maple harvested from sustainable forests and a substructure of recycle...

  • Brunswick storm repairs could cost at least $100K

    A section of River Road at the bottom of Rocky Hill, which was washed out when a culvert failed during intense rain storms Aug. 13. The cost to repair damage to three town roads could be at least $100,000.

  • Intense campaign expected on South Portland pot question

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Voters, who will decide Nov. 4 whether to legalize recreational marijuana in the city, can expect to be wooed in the weeks leading up to Election Day.  The City Council on Monday unanimously put a citizen-initiated measure on the Nov. 4 ballot to legalize p...

  • Scarborough celebrates summer

    SummerFest 2014 on Friday, Aug. 15, at the high school sports complex in Scarborough attracted hundreds of residents for an evening of family entertainment and activities, live music, food, and support booths for nonprofit agencies. 

  • South Portland's Gailey named top municipal manager

    SOUTH PORTLAND —  City Manager Jim Gailey was named Linc Stackpole Manager of the Year on Aug. 13 by the Maine Town and City Manager's Association. The award, named for the late Machias town manager, is given annually to a manager who demonstrates "professionalism, integrit...

  • Expect delays Thursday, Friday on Martin's Point Bridge

    PORTLAND — Construction of two pedestrian and fishing extensions on the new Martin's Point Bridge will cause traffic delays Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. Project spokeswoman Carol Morris said placing the concrete for the areas will require restricting traffic to one alternat...

  • Globetrotting educator comes home to Brunswick High School

    BRUNSWICK — After more than a decade of living and working around the world, from Canada to Kyrgyzstan, Shanna Crofton decided it was time to come back home.  Her timing couldn't have been better – just as she and her husband contemplated moving back to the state...

  • Brunswick picks 2 finalists for town manager job

    BRUNSWICK — The town's interim manager and an Aroostook County city manager are the two finalists for the job of Brunswick town manager.  In a statement released Tuesday morning, Town Council Chairman Benet Pols identified John Eldridge, Brunswick's long-time finance direct...

  • Bath City Council seat to remain vacant until election

    BATH — City Councilor Carolyn Lockwood's soon-to-be-vacated seat will remain unoccupied until the Nov. 4 election. An initial version of the council's Aug. 13 meeting agenda included an item about appointment of a replacement to fill Lockwood's Ward 3 seat until after the election.

  • RSU 1 goes back to school with new faces, old disputes

    BATH — Regional School Unit 1 starts the 2014-2015 year with a round of administrative musical chairs at several schools. A lawsuit filed by West Bath and that town's possible withdrawal from the RSU are also elements of note as the district goes back to school. Holly Feeney, ...