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  • Scarborough Town Council: 6 candidates vie for 3 seats

    SCARBOROUGH — Six candidates are competing for three seats on the Town Council in this year's election. Three of them, including two incumbents, are campaigning for two three-year seats. Three others, including familiar and unfamiliar faces, are seeking to complete the final y...

  • Brunswick School Board: Incumbent Watson faces District 1 challenge

    BRUNSWICK — Only one of the three School Board seats up for grabs this November is contested. Incumbent Byron Watson takes on Rich Ellis in District 1. Brenda Clough in District 2 and incumbent Janet Connors in District 6 are both unopposed. District 1

  • Topsham Planning Board backs marijuana dispensary limits

    TOPSHAM — The Planning Board on Tuesday unanimously recommended zoning changes that would allow medical marijuana dispensaries as a conditional use in two parts of town. The amendments, which now go to the Board of Selectmen, define a dispensary and dictate where and when it can oper...

  • Brunswick council sets Nov. 8 hearing on challenge to police station bond

    BRUNSWICK — A public hearing will be held Monday, Nov. 8, on a petition to overrule the Town Council's decision to borrow money to purchase property for a new police station. The Town Council voted unanimously Monday to schedule the public hearing. The panel passed an ordinance Sept....

  • Topsham referendum: Retroactive cell tower ban goes to voters

    TOPSHAM — Voters on Nov. 2 will decide whether to ban new cellular communications towers in some residential neighborhoods. The ban, retroactive to April 1, was sought by a petition that garnered 556 certified signatures. The Board of Selectmen voted in July to send the matter to ref...

  • Falmouth bus proponents ride together to support service

    FALMOUTH — After a schedule change took effect two weeks ago, the Friends of the Falmouth Flyer ramped up effort to try to get people to ride the bus. The ci...

  • Crooked makeover

    Matt Tuttle bolts together a section of the new play area at the Center for Grieving Children in Portland on Sunday, Oct. 17. Kids Crooked House, Seabreeze Property Services and Hancock Lumber teamed up to turn a section of parking lot at the organization's home at 555 Forest Ave. into an outdoor ac...

  • Portland mustache a finalist for national award

    PORTLAND — A chiropractor who is using his mustache to fight cancer has been selected as a finalist in a national competition. Dr. Lou Jacobs is a finalist for the American Mustache Institute's Mustached American of the Year competition, which rewards people who "use their mustache f...

  • Brunswick Town Council: Taylor challenges incumbent Knight in District 6

    BRUNSWICK — Voters in District 6 have two Town Council candidates to choose from at the Nov. 2 election. Incumbent Councilor Margo Knight is being challenged for her seat by Scott Taylor. District 6 includes Maine Street from Fort Andross to Maine Street Station to the north e...

  • Falmouth police arrest 4 teens for sign thefts

    FALMOUTH — Police charged four teenagers in connection with the theft of approximately 40 street and construction signs in town. Police Lt. John Kilbride said several of the stolen signs were dumped at night at the Public Works Department after an article about the thefts appeared in...