Bowdoin's Billy Bergner possesses the ball before scoring one of his four goals during last weekend's 14-4 romp over Endicott on Senior Day. The Polar Bears improved to 8-5 with the victory.
Bowdoin's Randi London prepares to launch a first-place shot put throw of 11.62 meters at last weekend's Aloha Relays. The Polar Bears were first as a team.
PORTLAND — A change at the Casco Bay Lines garage has stirred island residents who say it means they can't use the Commerc»
TOPSHAM — Schools are encouraging kids to read more at home and at school.»
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NORTH YARMOUTH — Continuing criticism of the town's December 2014 firing of one of its Fire-Rescue Department paramedics l»
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FALMOUTH — The Planning Board on Tuesday night narrowly recommended zoning amendments to the Town Council that would allow»
Formal discussions about whether to remove the Bridge Street dam on the Royal River in Yarmouth could take place after April 1.»
Falmouth's grade 3/4 girls' basketball team won the recent CLC YMCA Cabin Fever tournament in Damariscotta.»
PORTLAND — Spring meetings with neighbors and city officials are expected as the Jewish Community Alliance of Southern Mai»