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  • Portland Meetings: July 29 to Aug. 4

    Fri.  7/31  3 p.m.  Food Initiative/Urban Agriculture Workgroup  55 Portland St. Mon.  8/3  5:30 p.m.  City Council (Special Meeting)  CH Mon.  8/3  7 p.m.  City Council  CH Tues.  8/4  6 p.m.  Plannin...

  • People and Business

    S.P. Rotarians are driven to help Thanks to more than $20,000 recently raised by the Rotary Club of South Portland Sunrise, children and teens will find it easier to access programs offered by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine's South Portland Clubhouse. The funds helped purch...

  • Mid-Coast meetings: Dec. 16-22

    Brunswick Mon.    12/19    7 p.m.    Town Council    BS

  • North meetings: Dec. 15-21

    Falmouth Thu.    12/15    8 a.m.    Community Development Committee    TH

  • Portland School Notebook

    Portland Brownie troop 1714 spread some holiday cheer in Monument Square last week, singing carols in front of the city's Christmas tree. The girls continued to spread cheer by singing at Seaside Nursing Home, purchasing a flock of chickens for Heifer International, and by adopting a family for t...

  • Portland Meetings Dec. 14-20

    Wed.    12/14        CANCELLED – Community Development Committee

  • Community Calendar Dec. 14-25

    Greater Portland Benefits Bulletin Board Center for Maine Craft, in the Maine Mall through December 2011, open regular and extended Maine Mall hours, FMI 772-8653. Circle of Musicians...

  • South Meetings Dec. 9-15

    Cape Elizabeth Fri.    12/9    8 a.m.    School Board Executive Session    TH

  • South School Notebook

    Shed helps students fully enjoy recess CAPE ELIZABETH — Students at Aucocisco School have gained a new shed for storing their playground equipment and gardening tools.

  • People & Business

    New Hires Coastal Naturopathic Center in Falmouth recently hired Dr. Sarah Kotzur to its integrative medical practice. She is currently the president of the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors.