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  • Annual craft show returns to Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH — More than 40 local artisans will gather at Camp Ketcha for the fifth annual Maine Crafts Guild Scarborough Show on Saturday, Sept. 13, and Sunday, Sept. 14, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m  Admission to the end-of-summer craft show at 336 Black Point Road is $6 for adults ...

  • Sagadahoc County says 'No More' to domestic violence

    BATH — The Sagadahoc County district attorney's office is joining the national No More campaign to end domestic violence. "It's a fairly recent national movement ... a new attempt at getting the attention (toward) ...

  • Not dead yet: 3 write-ins win seats on Peaks Island Council

    PORTLAND — The adage that every vote counts has never rung more true than in this last election cycle on Peaks Island. The existence of the Peaks Island Council was apparently doomed when four sitting councilors abruptly resigned last summer and there were no declared candidates for ...

  • Portland pitches technology park plan to lure bio-tech, IT sectors

    PORTLAND — The city Economic Development Division is proposing to build a technology park on a city-owned plot on Westbrook Street. It would be the first municipal business park in the city. "This is the first undertaking the city has ever been involved in for the city to esta...

  • Executive Director of League of Young Voters steps down

    PORTLAND — The executive director of the Maine League of Young Voters has stepped down, citing personal obligations. Will Everitt, who served as executive director since early 2010, will be replaced by League organizers Hilary Frenkel and Nicola Wells, both serving as interim co-dire...

  • Malt of the Earth: Portland's Rising Tide Brewery seeks niche in microbrew market

    PORTLAND — Far from the ocean, in a modest warehouse on Industrial Way, there is a new tide rising, one that Nathan Sanborn hopes will eventually envelop the entire state and beyond. Sanborn, a 35-year-old former freelance graphic designer, is trying to establish one of Maine's newes...

  • Recount confirms Bliss re-election in Senate District 7

    AUGUSTA — State Sen. Lawrence Bliss, D-South Portland, picked up an additional 11 votes in a recount of ballots cast on Nov. 2 to win re-election in District 7, the secretary of state's office said in a press release. Senate District 7 represents South Portland, Cape Elizabeth and pa...

  • Blown transformer at BIW causes outages in south Bath

    BATH — Approximately 3,400 Central Maine Power Co. customers were without power for about two hours Thursday night after a transformer blew out at Bath Iron Works. CMP was completing the process of restoring power to all of the city following the recent storm, when the transformer in...

  • In time for the holidays, Cape tree farm opens for business

    CAPE ELIZABETH — After watching his balsam fir trees grow for seven years, Jay Cox has finally opened the Old Farm Christmas Place on Sawyer Road and will sell trees and hol...

  • Cape Council approves neighborhood skating rink

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Town Council unanimously approved the use of town-owned property on Columbus Road near the intersection of Mitchell Road for a hockey rink in the winter. The request came from young Cape Elizabeth resident Ethan Gillespie of Columbus Road. He wrote a