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  • Connor to resign as CEO of Portland Press Herald parent company

    PORTLAND — Richard Connor will resign as the chief executive officer of MaineToday Media at the end of the year. MaineToday Media owns The Portland Press Herald, Kennebec Journal in Augusta, Morning Sentinel in Waterville and the weekly Coastal Journal newspapers, and MaineToday Digi...

  • Screen vs. green: Back-to-nature documentary to be shown in Cumberland

    CUMBERLAND — With technology providing a ever-growing array of activities to keep young people indoors, members of the Chebeague & Cumberland Land Trust hope the film they will screen Wednesday, Nov. 2, will remind viewers of the many offerings of the outdoors. The land trust wil...

  • Possible funding source ID'd for Kestrel in Maine

    BRUNSWICK — Although Maine officials say they are working to find additional funding for Kestrel Aircraft, the company's chief executive said there's nothing new to report in the week since he revealed some or all of the company's planned Brunswick's operations could end up in New Hampshire...

  • DEP, Brunswick working to resolve landfill violations

    BRUNSWICK — The Graham Road landfill now has a license from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to do what it's been doing illegally for the past year and a half: discharging waste water into the Androscoggin River. Now town and DEP staff are working with a consultant to...

  • Cost of using closed school exhausts Harpswell budget

    HARPSWELL — The town has only owned West Harpswell School for six weeks, but several community groups have already asked to use the vacant building for things like benefit dinners, a library and a place for home-schooled children to gather. The surprising demand caught the Board of S...

  • Mayoral campaign finances: PAC spends $11K on Portland candidate Rathband

    PORTLAND — The first campaign finance reports for the city's mayoral election have been turned in by a pro-business political action committee that has already spent thousands of dollars on a candidate. And the PAC's president says they're not finished yet. The report, filed O...

  • Failed pipe causes problems on Route 1 in Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK — Route 1 near the Brunswick-Freeport line will be restricted to single-lane daytime traffic today, Thursday Oct. 27, as Maine Department of Transportation work crews continue to repair a failed pipe under the roadway. Beginning at 8 p.m. the road will be closed except for ...

  • King to speak at CELT annual meeting

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Former Gov. Angus King will be the featured speaker at next week's Cape Elizabeth Land Trust annual meeting. The 26th annual event will take place Tuesday, Nov. 1, from 6-8 p.m. at the Purpoodock Country Club, 300 Spurwink Ave. King will discuss his book "Gove...