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  • Pitching in at Pope Preserve in South Portland

    Owen Coon, John Dore, and others remove debris and unwanted growth at Pope Preserve on Mill Cove during South Portland’s Earth Day Clean-Up on Sunday, April 20. Volunteers organized by the South Portland Land Trust cleaned up sites throughout the city, including Bug Light Park, the Greenbel...

  • Inspection could decide fate of Harpswell water tower

    HARPSWELL — The dilapidated, unused water storage tank that stands above Mitchell Field off Harpswell Neck Road is finally going to get some close scrutiny. The 104-foot-high tower, built more than 60 years ago, is rusting in many spots. Its sky-blue protective coating has failed, al...

  • Testing the waters

    The Spruance, the 33rd Arleigh Burke Class guided missile destroyer to be built by Bath Iron Works, gets in the water for the first time on Sunday, June 6, after being christened the day before. The ship is named for Adm. Raymond A. Spruance, who commanded the aircraft carrier battle group at the...

  • South Portland High School commencement

    Members of the South Portland High School Class of 2010 cheer their graduation at the end of commencement on Sunday, June 6, in the school gym. Weather forced the ceremonies inside for the first time since 1998.

  • 50 days and counting

    As rush-hour traffic goes by on Broadway, protesters gather at Mill Creek Park in South Portland on June 8 to protest offshore oil drilling and BP's handling of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Tuesday was the 50th day of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

  • UPDATE: Condition worsens for North Yarmouth girl who was hit by car in Gray

    PORTLAND — A North Yarmouth teenager who was struck by a car June 9 in Gray was listed in critical condition again Tuesday morning, according to a hospital representative. Delilah Talon was initially listed in critical condition when admitted to Maine Medical Center in Portland ...

  • Scarborough Planning Board backs changes for Cabela's plaza

    SCARBOROUGH — The Planning Board has recommended the Town Council approve a fifth amendment to the contract zoning agreement between the town and N.E. Expedition, the owners of the Cabela's plaza on Payne Road. The amendment would allow additional signs and drive-through restaurants,...

  • Scarborough students, historians launch website about town's past

    SCARBOROUGH — Thanks to the technology he helped make available to Maine school children, a launch party for the town's new historical website was visited by a special guest Tuesday evening. Former Gov. Angus King attended the Maine Memory Network's "They Called it Owascoag" website ...

  • Deal 95% done for film studio at South Portland armory

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The city could soon be the landlord for a film- and video-production studio. Officials have been negotiating a lease with a small group of film-industry investors led by Cape Elizabeth resident Eric Matheson who want to establish a sound stage in the former National ...

  • South Portland teachers contract recognizes domestic partners

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A teachers contract approved last week by the School Board will expand benefits to domestic partners and add a day to the 2011-2012 school year. The two-year contract will not give teachers raises next year, but will provide salary increases the second year. S...