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  • Conservation Commission to host beach cleanup Oct. 2

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The Conservation Commission on Saturday, Oct. 2, will pick up litter at Spring Point Beach from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. as part of Maine Coastweek 2010. The public is invited to join the commission in cleaning the beach, located near Spring Point Light on the Southern Main...

  • Arctic museum to close for changeover

    BRUNSWICK — The Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum at Bowdoin College will be closed from Oct. 4-18 while the staff prepares  for a new exhibition, "Imagination Takes Shape: Canadian Inuit Art from the Collection of Robert and Judith Toll."

  • Four vie for two Cape council seats, no competition for School Board

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Two attorneys, a financial analyst and a former councilor are competing for two seats on the Town Council this November. The two seats are currently held by councilors Penny Jordan and Frank Governali. Jordan has reached her three-year term limit, and Governali has c...

  • State agency tests air quality at Wentworth School

    SCARBOROUGH — A state agency completed air quality tests of classrooms, storage rooms, offices and utility tunnels in the Wentworth Intermediate School earlier this week and will likely not recommend further mold testing in the aging building. The testing comes after a recent discove... 1

  • Scarborough Downs owner teams with developer for proposed Biddeford racino

    BIDDEFORD — The owner of Scarborough Downs and real estate developer Ocean Properties announced plans Wednesday for a racino and 200-room hotel complex on 85 acres of city-owned property in Biddeford. The announcement comes after the owner of Scarborough Downs put 400 acres of proper...

  • South Portland seeks input on plan to cut electrical rates

    SOUTH PORTLAND — City officials are awaiting public feedback about a nascent proposal to create a municipal energy company that would lower electrical rates for residents and businesses.  The proposal would establish a non-profit energy company that would purchase electricity at...

  • Opponents seek vote on land purchase for Brunswick Police Dept.

    BRUNSWICK — Plans for building a new police station at Pleasant and Stanwood streets hit a hurdle this week after opponents of the location began circulating a petition to force a referendum on the land purchase. The petition drive is being led by Karen Klatt of 32 Moody Road, a...

  • Board of Selectmen: 3 compete for 2 seats in Topsham

    TOPSHAM — Selectman Sandra Consolini faces competition from Marie Brillant and Andrew Mason in her bid for a second, three-year term. Two seats on the board are up for grabs. Selectman Steve Edmondson is not seeking re-election. There are also two seats open on the School Admi...

  • Pair charged with attempted murder, other crimes in Brunswick, Topsham

    BRUNSWICK — A second man was arrested last week in connection with an ongoing investigation involving the assault and stabbing of a 26-year-old man at his home on Stanwood Street. Manessah Massaline, 40, of 17 Federal St. was arrested without incident at 9:30 a.m., Sept. 24, after an...

  • SAD 75 board to get updated proposal for shutting Harpswell school

    TOPSHAM — School Administrative District 75 Superintendent Mike Wilhelm plans to bring a completed application to close West Harpswell School to the School Board on Oct. 14. If the board approves the application, SAD 75 will submit it to the state Department of Education the fol...