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  • METRO, South Portland City Bus offer free rides

    PORTLAND — The Greater Portland Transit District's METRO bus service and South Portland City Bus will offer free service on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 18 and 19. They would also like to remind riders there will be no service on Friday, Dec. 25, and Friday, Jan. 1, 2010 and limited ser...

  • 5th annual Yule Market to be held Dec. 18

    CUMBERLAND — The fifth annual Yule Market will be held at Skillin’s Greenhouses, 210 Gray Road (Route 100) in West Cumberland, from 3-7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18. The event, sponsored by the Cumberland Farmers Market Association, will include holiday foods, crafts, last-minute ...

  • Freeport, soccer club take 1st step toward indoor/outdoor field project

    FREEPORT — The Town Council and Seacoast United Soccer Club agreed Tuesday night to determine the feasibility of an indoor soccer arena and outdoor turf field on the back portion of the Pownal Road field. The town and youth soccer club will share the cost of the investigation, not to exc...

  • Falmouth finds savings in favorable interest rates

    FALMOUTH — The town will realize several hundred thousand dollars in savings over the next 10 years from the recent refunding of the existing town share of the 1999 high school construction bond. The new rate of 2.03 percent, down nearly 3 percent from the original rate of 5.1 percent, o...

  • UMaine Foundation gives up on Falmouth property

    FALMOUTH — A lavish mansion at 200 Woodville Road that once belonged to Shaw's Supermarkets heiress Mary Alice Davis, and now owned by the University of Maine Foundation, is for sale again. The last owner, Eric Cianchette, donated the property to the foundation in December 2006, afte...

  • Chief: Falmouth fire station should remain closed

    FALMOUTH — As expected, Falmouth's fire-EMS chief recommended to the Town Council on Monday that the aging Pleasant Hill Fire Station remain closed indefinitely. Chief Howard Rice said the length of time it takes emergency services personnel to respond to calls has actually dropped s...

  • Cumberland residents may challenge plan to borrow up to $4.5M for Route 88 upgrades

    CUMBERLAND – The Town Council voted unanimously Monday to proceed with a Foreside Road (Route 88) shoulder and drainage improvement project requiring borrowing up to $4.5 million.The next morning, though, a Hedgerow Drive resident requested a petition to begin the process to send the cou...

  • Reading corner dedicated to "Nana" Brown, foster grandparent to hundreds of Yarmouth students

    YARMOUTH — When foster grandparent Molly "Nana" Brown died last spring, her family requested memorial donations be sent to Yarmouth Elementary School for a reading corner in her name. Last Friday, Brown's family, school students, faculty and friends gathered to honor her service to ...

  • USM president encourages Yarmouth High School students to pursue higher education

    YARMOUTH — Selma Botman, president of the University of Southern Maine, visited Yarmouth High School this week to encourage students to pursue a higher education. Her stop in Yarmouth on Monday, Dec. 14,marked the first in a series of high school visits she'll make around the st...

  • SailMaine appeals for donations

    PORTLAND — SailMaine, a nonprofit that teaches kids to sail, launched its first public fundraising appeal this week. The 13-year-old organization is asking for donations to help it continue to offer affordable sailing training to kids. More than 325 young sailors participated in the prog...