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  • House District 119: Democrat, independent compete to replace Adams

    PORTLAND — House District 119 will elect a new state representative on Nov. 2. Rep. Herbert Adams, D-Portland, cannot run because of term limits. Democrat Jill A. Barkl...

  • House District 118: Incumbent Portland Democrat faces Green challenger

    PORTLAND — Two-term Democratic Rep. Jon Hinck is seeking re-election in House District 118 against political neophyte Carney Brewer, a Green Independent, and a Republican placeholder candidate.

  • House District 114: Portland Rep. Stuckey seeks re-election against Calder

    PORTLAND — Incumbent state Rep. Peter Stuckey, a Democrat, is running for a second term representing HouseDistrict 114. His competitor, Republican Patrick Calder, is making his first run for public office. District 114 includes East Deering, the east side of Washington Avenue to Fal...

  • House District 115: Green Berner challenges incumbent Democrat Lovejoy

    PORTLAND — The state House District 115 race pits first-term incumbent state Rep. Stephen Lovejoy, a Democrat, against Green Independent candidate Seth Berner. Republican Chase Martin is also on the ballot, but he could not be reached and officials from the Portland Republican City C... 1

  • Bath councilor questions political booth placement at Autumnfest

    BATH — City Councilor Kyle Rogers is questioning the way a political candidates table was authorized during this year's Citizen Involvement Day ceremony, held Oct. 9 during Autumnfest. In an Oct. 13 e-mail to City Manager Bill Giroux, the Ward 3 councilor asked why the tent-covered t... 1

  • House District 117: Portland GOP all but concedes to Haskell

    PORTLAND — State Rep. Anne Haskell, D-Portland, is running for a third consecutive term in House District 117. District 117 represents Rosemont, Stroudwater, Libbytown and part of Deering. Haskell previously served in the Legislature from 1988 to 1994 as a resident of Gorham.

  • Senate District 8: Doyle challenges Portland incumbent Alfond

    PORTLAND — State Sen. Justin Alfond, a Democrat, is running for a second term representing District 8 in the Legislature against Republican Peter Doyle. Both candidates are residents of Munjoy Hill. District 8 includes the peninsula, the islands, the University of Southern Maine neig...

  • Celebrating autumn in Bath

    Emily Boyle, 5, left, and her brother, Quin, 10, dance with their scarecrow on the Custom House lawn in Bath on Saturday afternoon during the annual Autumnfest. Visitors, vendors and performers filled downtown Bath for a wide variety of festivities

  • Successful launch in Bath

    Onlookers applaud and snap photos last Saturday as Regional School Unit 1 students who spent their summer building the shallop Jane Stevens launch the craft last weekend in Bath. One of their goals was to build support for the Maine's First Ship project.

  • Writer to discuss 400 years of kitchens

    BATH — The Winter Street Center will host a lecture Sunday, Oct. 17, on how the American kitchen has evolved over the past 400 years. Nancy Carlisle will draw on the book she recently co-authored with Melinda Nasardinov, "American's Kitchens," to describe the social and technological...