South Portland Mon. 12/22 6:30 p.m. City Council (Workshop) CH
Greely High School
Greater Portland Benefits Used Books Wanted, for First Parish Church Yarmouth Clam Festival fundraiser, drop off books 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Monday-Friday, no textbooks/magazines, at First Parish Church, 116 Main St., Yarmouth, Barbar...
Catherine McAuley High School
Brunswick Mon. 6/7 1 p.m. Staff Review 46 Federal St. Mon. 6/7 4 p.m. Conservation Commission Workshop Maine Street Station Mon. 6/7 7 p.m. Town Council MSS Tue. 6/8 7 p.m. Planning Board MSS Wed. 6/9 7 p.m. School Board MSS Bath Mon. 6/7 7 p.m. Zo...
Cape Elizabeth Tue. 6/8 7 a.m. Primary, Referendum, School Budget Validation Election CEHS Tue. 6/8 7 p.m. School Board TH Tue. 6/8 7 p.m. Arts Commission TML Tue. 6/9 7 p.m. Conservation Commission TH South Portland Mon. 6/7 5:30 p.m. City Council Specia...
Holy Cross School
Falmouth Thu. 6/3 4 p.m. Cable TV Committee TH Mon. 6/7 7 p.m. Conservation Commission TH Tue. 6/8 7 a.m. Election Day Falmouth HS Tue. 6/8 6:30 p.m. Open Space Subcommittee TH Wed. 6/9 4 p.m. Recycling Committee PW Cumberland Tue. 6/8 7 a.m. Elect...
Falmouth soccer partners
YARMOUTH — Graeme Hanson, 79, died Dec. 4 in San Francisco from complications of pulmonary disease.»
PORTLAND—Portland's boys' basketball team, the defending Class A state champion, has won a lot of games of late, but not i»
CUMBERLAND—The legend of Ashley Storey continues to grow, the legend of Haley Felkel is just beginning and the Greely girl»
BATH — John A. Grill Sr., 85, of The Plant Home, died Dec. 5.»
YARMOUTH — Dean Arthur Hoehle, 45, son of Nancy Hoehle Gorden and the late Douglas F. Hoehle, died Nov.»
CUMBERLAND — The heirs to a Foreside Road beach property filed a lawsuit Dec.»
CAPE ELIZABETH—Coming into the season and during its first two weeks, the Yarmouth boys' basketball team heard all the buz»
PORTLAND — Donato ("Danny") Ferrante, 78, a former Portland business owner, died Dec. 4 after a long illness.»
SCARBOROUGH — Douglas A. Hall, 71, of Robinson Road, died Dec. 6 at his home.»
PORTLAND—For the first three games this winter, South Portland's girls' basketball team appeared unstoppable.»