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  • Unsung Hero: Clarence Smith, a final friend

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Clarence Smith is the kind of guy you might pass on the street with nary a thought. Unremarkable looks. Small frame. Just a guy, going through life. But spend a few minutes learning how this humble 78-year-old spends his “retirement” years and you'll be b... 1

  • UPDATE: Cape Elizabeth GOP picks candidate in House District 121

    CAPE ELIZABETH — A Republican candidate has been selected to run in the Maine House District 121 special election scheduled for Aug. 16. Nancy E. Thompson, of Pine Ridge Road, was selected in a caucus of the Cape Elizabeth Republican Committee on June 17. "We are thrilled to...

  • Commencement 2011: Morse High School

    A very happy Jonathan James Lugay receives his Morse High School diploma from Primcipal Peter Kahl, left, and RSU 1 Superintendent William Shuttleworth.

  • Looking forward at Brunswick commencement

    Emily Gauthier watches Brunswick High School commencement proceedings with classmates on Friday night, June 10, at the Sidney Watson Arena on the Bowdoin College Campus.

  • Commencement 2011: Mt. Ararat High School

    Micaela Tepler, front left, holds her hand to heart during the National Anthem at Mt. Ararat High School commencement on June 12 in Topsham.

  • Cabela's to host moose-hunt lottery

    SCARBOROUGH — Cabela's on Haigis Parkway will host the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife 2011 Moose Lottery on Saturday, June 18. The department will draw more than 3,000 moose-hunting permits for the upcoming season. Cabela's will hold seminars and youth activ...

  • Commencement 2011: Scarborough High School

    Like red birds released from a cage, mortar boards fly into the air above the Cumberland County Civic Center stage in Portland as the Scarborough High School Class of 2011 graduates on Sunday, June 12.

  • Spring Point Light begins open houses

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse will be open to the public on June 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and each Saturday through Labor Day. The lighthouse will also open Sundays, starting July 3. Spring Point Ledge is home to America's only known publicly accessible caiss...

  • Thumbs up for Cape Elizabeth grads

    Graduating seniors wait in a hall before marching into the gym at Cape Elizabeth High School on Sunday, June 12, for commencement. The ceremony had been scheduled for Fort Williams Park, but weather forced things indoors.

  • Scarborough approves parking, property deals with Higgins Beach Inn

    SCARBOROUGH — Though questions were raised about whether residents were getting a fair shake, councilors on Friday approved a handful of parking and lease deals between the town and the Higgins Beach Inn. The first deal outlined a plan for the inn to lease a small cottage at 41 Ocean...