NYA goalie Jarred Davie (with help from defender Wesley Bright) holds Bridgton Academy at bay during the teams' showdown last week. The Panthers dropped a 5-4 overtime heartbreaker.
NYA's Jennifer Machin fires a shot during the girls' 4-0 win over Hebron. Machin had two goals in the victory.
Wow, what a surprise to see that Town Landing Market is being sold. Danny, well deserved!»
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BATH — The City Council on Wednesday unanimously conveyed a conservation easement on city-owned land at Butler Head to the»
SOUTH PORTLAND — The faculty leadership team at South Portland High School was expected to make a decision by the end»
The Maine Juniors Volleyball Gold 14 team won the recent New England Regional Volleyball tournament in Merrimack, New Hampshire.»
I’m tired of reading the conservative pitch (such as the Barry Stephens letter to The Forecaster) that government doesn&rs»
I moved to Maine from New Jersey and have lived in Falmouth for several years.»
TOPSHAM — With the Legislature set to vote on a $153.2 million supplemental budget to close the state budget gap, law»