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  • Thanksgiving Day runners make Hay in Portland

    A pack of runners, some dressed in holiday costumes, round the Hay Building in Congress Square on Thursday morning, Nov. 27, during the 33rd annual Portland Thanksgiving Day 4 Miler road race. A two-mile loop led runners on a serpentine, two-lap course through the Old Port. More than 1,100 runner...

  • Portland road race, tree lighting to require street closings

    PORTLAND — Several downtown street closures are planned Thursday and Friday for annual holiday events. On Thursday, more than 1,500 runners are expected to take part in the Thanksgiving Day 4 Miler road race. The following streets will be closed to vehicle traffic from 8:30-10...

  • Over in a flash (mob): 'Formal Freeze' at the Maine Mall in South Portland

    SOUTH PORTLAND — If you were shopping at the Maine Mall on Saturday and happened to be walking through the center court near The Gap, Starbucks, and The Sports Authority at 3 p.m., you would have seen about 30 people, mostly teenagers, wearing fancy dresses and suits, standing completely mo...

  • Portland women travel to Ireland for international rugby games

    PORTLAND — Members of the Portland Women’s Rugby Football Club started spring season practices early this year in order to prepare for their first international games. In the Portland High School ...

  • UPDATE: Hawkes, Meisenbach, Ogrodnik elected in Harpswell; write-in seeks recount of SAD 75 vote

    HARPSWELL — Voters at last Saturday's annual Town Meeting elected Alison Hawkes to the Board of Selectmen, and Jane Meisenbach and Kay Ogrodnik to the board of School Administrative District 75. But School Board write-in candidate Sheryl Johnson requested a recount, which will take...

  • UPDATED: Country music star Brad Paisley coming to Scarborough Downs

    SCARBOROUGH — Reigning Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year and three-time Grammy Award-winner Brad Paisley will headline the first Seacoast Country Music Festival at Scarborough Downs on Sunday, July 17. The festival will also feature CMA Male Vocalist of the Year ...

  • Rotary awards grant to Thomas Memorial Library

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The South Portland-Cape Elizabeth Rotary Club awarded Thomas Memorial Library money to purchase the complete DVD children's documentary series, “Families of the World.” This series features 24 DVDs, each profiling families in different parts of the world....

  • South Portland police chase ends in crash

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Police were led on a brief chase in the early morning hours on March 3, after responding to a report of a vehicle striking a snow bank. Police received a report that a red Volkswagen Golf had backed into a snow bank on Mildred Street and then driven off. Offic...

  • Five Rivers hosts Pecha Kucha night at Frontier Cafe

    BRUNSWICK — Five Rivers Arts Alliance is holding its fifth Pecha Kucha night at Frontier Cafe on Monday, March 21 at 6 p.m. Pecha Kucha, which means "chit chat" or "little conversation," features the work of 10 local artists, innovators and creative thinkers. Each artist will have ex...

  • Harlem Superstars bounce into Bath March 10

    BATH — The Harlem Superstars will host a charity basketball game at Bath Middle School at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 10. The event will raise money for Teens of America, a national program that educates teenagers on the impacts of dangerous trends faced by the country's youth. ...