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  • Hoops tourney supports domestic violence victims

    FALMOUTH — The third annual Taylor Tip-Off, a charity basketball tournament, will be held Sunday, Nov. 6, at Falmouth High School and Middle School and Thomas College in Waterville. The event will benefit the Taylor Memorial Fund, which supports young victims of domestic violence acr...

  • Cape Elizabeth welcomes new director of instructional support

    CAPE ELIZABETH — As the new director of instructional support, Jane Golding said she has the best job in the School Department. Golding said education and her field in particular has changed dramatically over the years and she enjoys learning and understanding new information, readin...

  • Cape Elizabeth School Board revamps committee structure

    CAPE ELIZABETH — In an effort to streamline its subcommittee structure, the School Board has reduced the number of standing and advisory committees and member appointments to other committees. At an Oct. 11 board meeting, Chairwoman Mary Townsend said the standing committees have bee...

  • South Portland schools chief receives state award

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Superintendent of Schools Suzanne Godin was named superintendent of the year by her peers at a recent meeting in Augusta. She received the award on Oct. 26 at a meeting of the Maine School Superintendents Association. Godin received the award because of her commitmen...

  • Lot reopens, Maine St. work shuts down

    BRUNSWICK — Construction is ending at the intersection of Maine Street and Route 24, and the Cedar Street park-and-ride lot is open again. Contractor H.C. Crooker & Sons has completed drainage work and tree stump removal at the Maine Street intersection, according to the Maine De...

  • Navy awards BIW $14M for destroyer work

    BATH — Bath Iron Works was awarded a $14 million contract extension to provide logistic support for the construction of the DDG-1000 class of ships. U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, announced the award Tuesday. "This contract...

  • Policy sets hurdle for potential users of Harpswell school

    HARPSWELL — West Harpswell School will remain unused this winter unless community groups can show they'll occupy 30 percent of the building on a regular basis. That threshold is important because it would allow the town to replace it's insurance policy on the vacant building, which c...

  • Topsham weighs waterfront park opportunities

    TOPSHAM — A waterfront park for the town could be getting closer to fruition as a site suitability study nears completion. Town Planner Rich Roedner was scheduled to update the Board of Selectmen on a draft waterfront access study report at the board's meeting on Thursday, Nov. 3. Th...