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  • Falmouth considers support for cheerleaders

    FALMOUTH — The School Board spent a good chunk of its nearly 2 1/2-hour workshop Monday in continuing discussion about the Pay to Participate program. It also referred a proposal for a sanctioned high school cheerleading squad to its finance committee. The proposal, similar to...

  • Yarmouth High School principal to retire

    YARMOUTH — Yarmouth High School Principal Ted Hall will retire from his position June 30. Superintendent of Schools Andrew Dolloff made the announcement Feb. 25 that Hall will be leaving after 10 years at YHS. Dolloff said the search for Hall's successor will take place during t...

  • Falmouth council prepares $5.65M town center question for voters

    FALMOUTH — Voters are a Town Council meeting away from deciding whether to establish a community center and library at the Plummer-Motz and Lunt school properties. During a workshop on Monday, the Town Council discussed and reached consensus on language for a June referendum on the $...

  • Repaving of Falmouth Road set; sewer extension proposed

    FALMOUTH — Dodging potholes should soon be just an unpleasant memory for drivers who travel Falmouth Road, because the town will begin repairing and repaving the road at the end of May. "It's a state project from 10 years ago that we're taking over as a local project," Parks and Publ...

  • Cumberland council approves $8M municipal budget

    CUMBERLAND — The Town Council on Monday unanimously approved a fiscal 2012 municipal budget that is slightly smaller than the current spending plan. Next year's nearly $8 million budget is down about $22,000, or 0.27 percent. Revenues are expected to total $3.6 million, so the amount...

  • Man dies in Portland apartment fire

    PORTLAND — A 43-year-old man was killed in an apartment fire Tuesday morning on Grant Street. Portland firefighters and police were called to 65 Grant St. around 8 a.m., police Lt. Gary Rogers said. They found the man in his apartment with serious injuries. He was transported to Main...

  • Portland lbrary budget to be discussed

    PORTLAND — Friends of Portland Public Library will host forums March 22 and March 26 to discuss how the library raises and spends money. The event will include an overview of the library budget, with Library Director Stephen Podgajny and city officials explaining the city's allocatio...

  • Portland library seeks 'edible' books

    PORTLAND — The library is looking for books that are good enough to eat. The Edible Book Festival is scheduled for April 1 at the Portland Public Library. Coinciding with the First Friday Art Walk, the festival seeks book or book-related creations that are edible. Examples of ...

  • Public input sought for Portland manager search

    PORTLAND — The committee charged with finding a new city manager will hold a day-long meeting March 23, ending with a public forum at 7 p.m. Councilors Cheryl Leeman, John Anton and Jill Duson, along with search consultant Colin Baenziger, will meet with stakeholder groups throughout...

  • Economy a double-edged sword for Maine land trusts

    HARPSWELL — Four years ago, the largest undeveloped parcel of land in South Harpswell was out of reach for the Harpswell Heritage Land Trust. "There was no way," Reed Coles, executive director of the Harpswell Heritage Land Trust, said. "The price was much too high." The owner...