SOUTH PORTLAND — The School Board will meet Monday with the City Council to try to generate support for a June bond referendum to fund limited renovations to the high school and middle schools.
FALMOUTH —The School Board plans to appoint an interim superintendent for a one-year contract at its next regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 24.
PORTLAND — City Manager Joe Gray announced Tuesday that a Los Angeles police captain is his choice to be Portland's next police chief.
PORTLAND — The School Committee is considering changing where it meets and the day of the week its meetings are held.
PORTLAND — A nearly year-long search will come to an end next week when the School Committee announces the hiring of a new superintendent of schools.
FREEPORT — What type of food would 19th century sailors eat on a journey from Freeport to China? How different was their food from what officers ate? What, if anything, was considered a treat? How was food stored and kept fresh before refrigeration?
PORTLAND — Four years ago, El-Fadel Arbab was desperately trying not to become another gruesome statistic of the Darfur genocide.
PORTLAND — As far as customer traffic goes, chef Rob Evans said last week, this winter has been the best one yet for his two restaurants, Hugo's and Duckfat.
Broke, dumb and emboldened, shoplifters are getting more brazen
PORTLAND — With their piers in disrepair and their options for leasing and redevelopment limited, about a dozen pier owners have convinced the city to consider waterfront zoning changes.