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  • Romney stumps in Portland

    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, center, signs autographs for supporters during an appearance at the Portland Co. complex on Fore Street in Portland Friday evening. The former Massachusetts governor, one of the front-runners in Maine's GOP caucuses, spoke about education, energy, go... 1

  • 3 Yarmouth council candidates, 2 seats; School Board uncontested

    YARMOUTH — Three candidates are vying for two Town Council seats in the June election, but only one would be a newcomer to the council. Steve Woods, a member of the Planning Board, is running against incumbent long-time Councilor Erving Bickford and Carl Winslow, who is trying to return to t... 1

  • Letter: Legislator backs Wrobleski

    On June 9, Falmouth voters will select two candidates to serve on the Town Council. I urge you to give Joe Wrobleski one of your votes. Joe has been active in Falmouth since he and his family moved here nearly 20 years ago. He served on the Planning Board, the Comprehensive Plan ...

  • Portland Charter Commission election likely to stand alone

    Cost to city: $20K

  • Nomination papers available for town, school offices

    CUMBERLAND — Nomination papers are available for Town Council and School Board seats up for election on June 2. Three Town Council seats are in play, including the at-large seat occupied by Councilor Shirley Storey-King, the West Cumberland seat occupied by Councilor Ron Copp, and...

  • s-ceelection-013009 Jordan wins Cape council seat

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Penny Jordan will fill a vacant seat on the Town Council after receiving 59 percent of the vote in a special election Tuesday.

  • s-pwd-011609 1 candidate for water district

    There will be a special election on Tuesday, Jan. 27, to elect a new trustee to represent South Portland and Cape Elizabeth on the Portland Water District Board of Trustees.

  • s-ceelection-011609 Jordan, Walsh compete for Cape council

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Penny Jordan and Jim Walsh are vying for an empty Town Council seat in a special election Jan. 27.