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  • Brunswick man files $5M class-action lawsuit over Anthem data breach

    PORTLAND — A Brunswick man on Thursday filed a $5 million federal class-action lawsuit against Anthem Health Plans of Maine, charging that the company failed to adequately protect the personal information of its clients prior to a data breach reported in February. The complaint filed...

  • And 1, 2, 3, 4 ...

    Artistic Director Curt Dale Clark takes notes during the dance call last weekend when Maine State Music Theatre held local auditions at its Brunswick studio. More than 150 adults and children sang and danced in the hopes of being cast in one or more of the theatre's upcoming shows. New York City aud...

  • Rooster: It's what's for dinner

    I cooked my first rooster last weekend. I had reservations. I thought the meat would be tough. I thought it would taste too "gamey." I thought it would smell like a barnyard. I was wrong. Penny Jordan of

  • Rooster: It's what's for dinner

    I cooked my first rooster last weekend. I had reservations. I thought the meat would be tough. I thought it would taste too "gamey." I thought it would smell like a barnyard. I was wrong. Penny Jordan of

  • Rooster: It's what's for dinner

    I cooked my first rooster last weekend. I had reservations. I thought the meat would be tough. I thought it would taste too "gamey." I thought it would smell like a barnyard. I was wrong. Penny Jordan of

  • Bedbug-buster: Brunswick pest expert joins industry task force

    BRUNSWICK — Rich Stevenson was brought up with bugs. He's an entomologist and is the third generation in his family to go into the bug-busting business. He grew up fighting termites, mice, and cockroaches alongside his two brothers. Now they are co-owners of Modern Pest Services, a c... 1

  • Council warms to $9M unified plan for Freeport fields

    FREEPORT — The Town Council did not take any formal action Tuesday night, but councilors reacted favorably to a combined proposal of more than $9 million for fields, trails and outdoor recreation from community and school groups. The two groups are community members known as Freeport...

  • North Yarmouth selectmen weigh reduced employee benefits

    NORTH YARMOUTH — The Board of Selectmen unanimously curbed benefits for future town employees on Tuesday, but tabled consideration of the same reductions for current employees. Among the changes, proposed by the town's Personnel Committee, are elimination of several paid holidays: Ma...

  • Back to a new school

    Second-graders in teacher Kelly Drolet's class enjoy their first day in the new Ocean Avenue Elementary School in Portland on Monday. From left, William Oppenheimer Modin, Anthony Stansek, Hannah Smith, Drolet, Bryona Pelletier and Nicholas Leschy.

  • Falmouth council moves toward single question on community center, library proposals

    FALMOUTH — A June referendum question asking voters if they support moving the library to the Lunt School building and creating a community center at the Motz School, at a "net-zero" tax impact, moved closer to approval Monday night. After a presentation of a new cost analysis and pr...