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  • Portland street studies center on better connnections

    PORTLAND — West Commercial Street and Tukey's Bridge are not physically connected. They are connected in concept, though, as a study group seeks public opinion on how both of them can better serve pedestrians and bicyclists.

  • After a wooly start, Portland company expects fleecy future

    PORTLAND — In this case, getting fleeced will have its benefits. Former City Councilor and School Board member Dory Waxman, now the owner of Old Port Wool & Textile Co. at 52 Danforth St., said she is expanding the business with the help of her son, Ben Waxman and former Brian Bo...

  • South Portland councilors see merit, if not savings, in iPads

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Councilors on Monday once again took up the question of whether to pursue paperless city council meetings through the purchase of Apple iPads. Going digital would mean spending $3,755 more over three years, according to estimates provided by City Manager Jim Gailey d...

  • 'Smart' meter forum to be held in Camden

    CAMDEN — A public forum on 'smart' electric meters will be held from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23. The forum, "Smart meters: A dumb idea," will take place at the First Congregational Church, at the corner of Elm and Free streets. Bath City Councilor David Sinclair, one of the featured s... 3

  • Brunswick airport receives $350K federal transportation grant

    BRUNSWICK — Brunswick Executive Airport received almost $350,000 in federal transportation grant money, U.S. Senators Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins announced Tuesday. The grant is the first in a series the airport will received as part of the Federal Aviation Administration's milit...

  • Report identifies downtown Brunswick site as best for train maintenance facility

    Town Council divided over its role in the process BRUNSWICK — The consulting firm hired by the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority is recommending that a train maintenance facility be built between Church Road and Union Street, the site initially selected by the rail grou... 1

  • Topsham planners support public transportation study letter

    TOPSHAM — The town may use federal grant money to study an expansion of bus services in the area. The Planning Board on Tuesday unanimously supported sending a letter stating that a study of regional public transportation opportunities is consistent with the town's comprehensive plan...

  • Bath council to study Armory as possible location for skatepark

    BATH — Skateboarders may get their wish for a new skatepark at the former National Guard Armory, if the price is right. The City Council plans next month to discuss spending $5,000 to determine the cost of work needed at the armory to make it viable for community use. The coun...

  • Land trust adds nearly 200 acres of conservation land on Maquoit Bay

    BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust has added a key piece to its patchwork of conservation land along Maquoit Bay. The group announced Monday that it secured a conservation easement on the 194-acre Henshaw property on Bunganuc Road near the Freeport town line. The land inclu...

  • BDC tries to prevent break-ins, vandalism at future police station site

    Brunswick Special Projects Assistant Denise Clavette makes sure the vacant building on the corner of Pleasant and Stanwood streets is boarded up. All four buildings that are owned by the Brunswick Development Corp. were raided for copper piping in early August. 1