Local skiers helped the Maine team win the recent NENSA New England J2 Festival, beating all the other New England states. This event paired the top 14- and 15-year olds from the region.
Local participants included Cape Elizabeth's Dana Hatton and Julian Pelzer, Falmouth's Gabe Mahoney and Sam Pratico, Freeport's Elizabeth Martin, Merriconeag's Eli McCurdy, Samantha Pierce, Graham Roeber and Jesse Saffeir, Portland's Laura Frank and Lizzy Landry, Topsham's Sam Wood and Yarmouth's Lucy Alexander, Sam Alexander, Braden Becker, Carter Hall, Jasper Houston, Ihilia Lesnikova, Caitlin Teare and Ellie Teare.
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YARMOUTH — Town councilors unanimously endorsed METRO express bus service to Portland, at an annual cost of up to $30,000.»
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PORTLAND — By July 25, Isaac Bell was ready to take his new creation out for a spin.»
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PORTLAND — A coalition dedicated to combating underage and high-risk drinking hopes information distribution and a series »