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  • MDEA charges Portland man with drug trafficking

    PORTLAND — A city man was charged with two counts of drug trafficking Tuesday after a two-month investigation by agents of the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency. Ian Nono, 21, of 88 Tamerlane, was arrested Tuesday afternoon after allegedly selling crack cocaine to an undercover agent nea...

  • Harpswell assesses future of emergency medical services

    HARPSWELL — When Town Meeting in March approved around-the-clock paramedic services through next year, it was seen as an aid for the town's aging population. But doubt remains about the town's ability to recruit and retain volunteer emergency medical technicians, who have served for ...

  • Developer seeks to demolish, rebuild Bath hotel

    BATH — The Planning Board had its first look Tuesday at a developer's plan to demolish the Shipyard Inn and build a more modern hotel in its place. The applicant, Auburncourt LLC, has an option to purchase the property off Leeman Highway (Route 1), if it receives project approval fro...

  • Cape Elizabeth village green proposal provokes opposition

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Nearly a dozen people this week objected to a concept plan for a village green next to Town Hall. The concept plan was presented...

  • Fees increase at South Portland Golf Course

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Players at the South Portland Golf Course will see an uptick in rates this season for the first time in eight years. The price...

  • Cape inn to host Earth Day beach cleanup

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Inn by the Sea, 40 Bowery Beach Road, will hold its annual Earth Day cleanup and celebration on Tuesday, April 29, at 10:30 a.m. Fred Dillon, storm water coordinator for South Portland's Water Resource Protection Department, will give a brief lecture on water pol...

  • Cape convenience store makes short move

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Cumberland Farms closed one store in the town center last week and opened a new one just across the street. The convenience store chain on April 9 moved into the space formerly occupied by Freshies/On the Go.

  • Bath theater company brings 'Hair' to Topsham

    BATH — A musical that arguably helped change many people's views about the Vietnam War and the flower-power generation did just that for Thom Watson. Watson – a former state representative who is directing