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  • The Good Table celebrates 25 years in Cape Elizabeth

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Lisa Kostopoulos and her family have been feeding friends and neighbors for more than two decades, and on Oct. 13 will celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Good Table resta...

  • Battle lines drawn in Scarborough over Wentworth school bond referendum

    SCARBOROUGH — Wentworth Intermediate School has problems. There's the sprawling nature of the school, with it's long corridors stemming from a central hub by the main office. The building includes what was supposed to be a temporary addition of portable classrooms; they have no runni...

  • Without grant, Brunswick sees no need for downtown garage

    Optional developer fee could fund parking structure, alternative transportation BRUNSWICK — A grant that would have helped to fund a parking garage at Maine Street Station has been rejected by the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development. But a proposed town pa...

  • Bath likely to borrow $450K to tear down old YMCA; council to discuss fireworks ban

    BATH — The City Council on Wednesday gave unanimous first approval to borrowing up to $450,000 to demolish the former YMCA on Summer Street. The bond ordinance is expected to receive final approval next month. The council also scheduled a workshop for Nov. 9 to discuss a ban o...

  • Cape Elizabeth Town Council revives debate on fees for Fort Williams Park tour buses

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Depending on the outcome of renewed Town Council discussions, commercial buses and trolleys may have to pay entrance fees at Fort Williams Park in 2012. In a workshop on Monday, Oct. 3, councilors reviewed the recommendations of the Fort Williams Advisory Commission ...

  • State's OK for fireworks fizzles in South Portland

    City officially cracks down on owners of 'disorderly' houses SOUTH PORTLAND — Fireworks enthusiasts joined the owners of firebrand houses Monday as targets for new citywide regulations. City councilors gave initial approval to a local ban on the sale and personal use of fire...

  • Portland Public Library may add 'portable library' service

    PORTLAND — After a random telephone survey of 400 Portland residents, the Portland Public Library has decided to move forward with plans for a "portable library" to service areas of the city that do not have library branches. "What the survey told us, what we already know, is that sp...

  • Correction

    Last week's story, "Freeport CATV program explores lives of WWII veterans," should have said Arthur Cooper was a bombardier aboard a B-17.