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  • Portland's Christmas tree goes the distance

    A tractor-trailer climbs to the top of Deering Avenue in Portland on Thursday morning on its way to delivering its payload: a Christmas tree for Monument Square. City worker Jay Ash-Cuthbert, left, walks alongside the truck to lift any low-hanging utility lines out of the way, while police keep t...

  • Cape councilors make communication a goal

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Town Council met Tuesday to discuss a wide range of goals for the year ahead. A consistent theme in the workshop discussion was the need for more effective communication, from the councilors to the public, the public to councilors, or members of the public w...

  • Scarborough library features vintage technology for Teen Tech Week

    SCARBOROUGH — The library is going old school for Teen Tech Week. "We're keeping it somewhat vintage," Celeste Shinay, manager of programming and development at the Scarborough Public Library, said. And she means it. The library next week will have two days of "mix-and-...

  • South Portland scuttles strategic land buy for future City Hall

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The city is no longer interested in buying an office building that sits on a third of an acre of land next to City Hall. City councilors spiked the idea of buying 148 Ocean St. within minutes of bringing it up at a workshop on Monday night. Instead, city leade...

  • End of the road for Gateway 1 project in Mid-Coast Maine

    AUGUSTA — The Department of Transportation on Tuesday announced cancellation of Gateway 1, a regional planning project for Route 1 in the Mid-Coast. The announcement came as a shock to the members of the project's implementation steering committee, who represent towns within the Gate... 3

  • 2 candidates seek election to Harpswell Board of Selectmen

    HARPSWELL — Alison Hawkes, 35, and Rick Daniel, 45, are vying to be the newest – and youngest – member of the Board of Selectmen. Both candidates said they are committed to education in the town and have children who are enrolled in, or have gone through, town schools. Bu...

  • Brunswick warily enters border talks with Harpswell

    BRUNSWICK — Members of the public Monday urged the Town Council to "hold firm" and resist Harpswell's efforts to restore the disputed historic town line. The comments came during a report on LD 69, An Act To Restore the Historical Boundary Between Harpswell and Brunswick, which is in...

  • Rooster: It's what's for dinner

    I cooked my first rooster last weekend. I had reservations. I thought the meat would be tough. I thought it would taste too "gamey." I thought it would smell like a barnyard. I was wrong. Penny Jordan of

  • Rooster: It's what's for dinner

    I cooked my first rooster last weekend. I had reservations. I thought the meat would be tough. I thought it would taste too "gamey." I thought it would smell like a barnyard. I was wrong. Penny Jordan of

  • Rooster: It's what's for dinner

    I cooked my first rooster last weekend. I had reservations. I thought the meat would be tough. I thought it would taste too "gamey." I thought it would smell like a barnyard. I was wrong. Penny Jordan of