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  • Portland taps police chief to replace acting city manager

    PORTLAND — Police Chief Michael Sauschuck has been nominated as acting city manager. The announcement was made Friday by Mayor Michael Brennan and the City Council. The nomination will be voted on at the April 27 City Council meeting. Sauschuck's appointment would take effect ...

  • Falmouth business owner accused of engaging in prostitution

    FALMOUTH — A New York woman has been charged with engaging in prostitution at a business licensed to provide Korean acupressure therapy. Hyesun Kim, 48, of Flushing, New York, owns Ace Asian Therapy at 367 U.S. Route 1. Falmouth police and the U.S. Department of Homeland Securit...

  • Portland School Dept. plans sports boosters meetings

    PORTLAND — The Portland Public Schools will host a series of meetings on a proposal to consolidate sports booster clubs into two large organizations. According to a press release, the purpose of the meetings is to gain feedback about a proposed work plan that was approved by the Scho...

  • All in a weekend's work

    Manned by Oliver Terilli, left, Emily Damon and Elsie Parrot, the Breakwater School boat goes into the water at East End Beach in Portland on Sunday for its maiden voyage at the conclusion of the eighth annual Compass Project Boat Building Festival. Fourteen teams spent Friday and Saturday under a b...

  • Falmouth council meets privately with possible developer

    FALMOUTH — The Town Council held a closed-door meeting Monday night with the owner of OceanView Retirement Home and its development company in advance of producing a request for proposals for use of the Lunt and Plummer-Motz school buildings and development of the school property. Vo...

  • School's out for summer, but Falmouth construction is in full swing

    FALMOUTH — The first thing you notice when you walk into the new Falmouth Elementary School on Woodville Road is the natural light. That light accompanies you as you walk through the colorful halls in each wing, even on the lower floors, where thick glass inset in the floors allows l...

  • Mussel-bound: Shellfish farm nets complaints from recreational boaters

    FALMOUTH — Chuck McCatherin spent nearly $700 replacing the propeller for his 23-foot recreational fishing boat several weeks ago after the boat became entangled in kelp and ropes from an aquaculture farm while he was traveling between his Chebeague Island summer home and Falmouth, where he...

  • Rail work to snarl Portland traffic through August

    PORTLAND — The operators of the Amtrak Downeaster will be working on railroad crossings that will require temporary daytime road closures and detours through mid-August. Streets that will be affected over the next month include Walton Street, Riverside Street, Congress Street, Read S...

  • Councilor loses when Portland elects a mayor; 17 take out papers for November ballot

    PORTLAND — It will be months before the city knows who will become the first popularly elected mayor in more than 80 years. But one thing is clear: The first loser is Councilor Dory Waxman. That's because Waxman's at-large seat on the City Council is designated for the elected...

  • Committee considers $33M for Cumberland County Civic Center renovations

    PORTLAND — The Cumberland County Civic Center may get a face-life if voters approve a bond issue likely to appear on the November ballot. The Civic Center Building Committee has been working with Portland architecture firm SMRT Architects on a plan to renovate the 35-year-old Civic C...