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  • Sheep take center stage in Falmouth

    FALMOUTH — Anyone interested in seeing a sheep sheared is in luck — the Falmouth Historical Society's annual Maine Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 11, is focusing on sheep shearing techniques from the 19th century. The event, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Falmouth Heritage...

  • On track in Freeport

    A second shipment of 1,650-foot rails arrived by train last week for the replacement of track between Yarmouth and Brunswick in advance of the extension of Amtrak Downeaster service from Portland. Here the train carrying the rails crosses Bow Street in Freeport.

  • Restaurants close in Falmouth

    FALMOUTH — Two local restaurants have closed their doors. Johnny's Bistro & Bar on Route 1 has been sold to Hug's Italian Cuisine. The new restaurant will be opening there soon, according to the Johnny's Bistro website, and will honor all Johnny's gift certificates for its first ...

  • School Board election draws only 1 candidate in Cape Elizabeth; 4 compete for 2 council seats

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Nomination papers for the municipal election in November were due Sept. 3 and only one candidate returned papers for two School Board seats. Board Chairwoman Rebecca Millett of Waumbek Road and Linda Winker of Fowler Road have completed their three-year terms. M...

  • After court order, Bath Planning Board amends OK for Wing Farm business park

    BATH — The Planning Board on Tuesday unanimously amended its approval for the third phase of the Wing Farm business park. In July, Maine Superior Court Justice Andrew Horton ordered the board to take another look at its April approval of the project. Horton's order was prompted ...

  • Brunswick hosts meetings to air concerns about Comcast service

    BRUNSWICK — The Cable TV Advisory Committee was scheduled at its regular meeting Thursday to host a discussion on complaints about Comcast services. Cable TV Coordinator John Goran said in an e-mail last week that Jay Somers, a representative of Comcast and member of the advisor...

  • Brunswick council OKs funding applications for Kestrel; rejects anti-war ballot measure

    BRUNSWICK — The Town Council on Tuesday unanimously approved two requests for state aid on behalf of Kestrel Aircraft Co., which is expected to be an anchor tenant at the redeveloped Brunswick Naval Air Station. One application was for a $200,000 grant from the Community Development...

  • 2 contested local elections this fall in Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK — Election Day will resolve two contests for the Town Council and School Board, and four other uncontested local races. Scott Taylor of High Street is challenging incumbent Town Councilor Margo Knight of Page Street in District 6. School Board incumbent Byron Watson of...