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  • Portland school food service manager is Maine's best

    PORTLAND — The food service manager for the city's middle and high schools was named the Manager of the Year by the Maine School Nutrition Association. Nancy McAdam said she wasn't even aware she had been nominated for the award until the organizat...

  • Portland teen faces charges after shooting

    PORTLAND — An 18-year-old man remained in Cumberland County Jail on Monday, and faced a Tuesday court appearance after an April 17 shooting in Libbytown. Christopher McMann, 18, of 111 Elizabeth Road, was being held on $50,000 bail on charges of reckless conduct with a firearm and el...

  • 19 homeless in Brunswick after fire blamed on electrical problem

    BRUNSWICK — An electrical problem is being blamed for a fire that severely damaged a six-unit apartment building on Oak Street on Friday afternoon. The blaze, which required response from eight fire departments, left 19 people homeless. Brunswick Fire Chief Ken Brillant said t...

  • Portland-S. Portland monthly bus pass coming

    PORTLAND — Starting in May, the Greater Portland Transit District, or METRO, and South Portland Bus Service will begin offering a regional monthly bus pass in an effort to simplify travel on both systems. The pass will be sold for $45 a month for travel throughout Portland, South Por...

  • Open for business

    Brunswick Executive Airport officially opened for business last Saturday. There to participate in a ribbon-cutting at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station airport were Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority Executive Director Steve Levesque, left, BNAS Cmdr. Capt. William Fitzgerald, U.S. Re...

  • 'I absolutely love it. It's my calling'

    Years after a paralyzing skiing accident, Monica Quimby is a college teacher and pageant queen SOUTH PORTLAND — From her wheelchair, Monica Quimby wrote the word "chytrids" on the board. She lectured her Southern Maine Community College biology class about the primitive parasi...

  • Cape Elizabeth doctor's journey continues with Maine CDC appointment

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The new director of the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention says she always wanted to be a doctor who helps people. Dr. Sheila Pinette, a 52-year-old osteopath, said her father died of a heart attack when she was a young child. Her mother, a widow at...

  • Public comment on budget to begin in Cape Elizabeth

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Residents will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed $31.3 million fiscal 2012 budget at a public hearing on Monday, April 11. The $21.1 million school budget was unanimously approved by the School Board on March 22 and the Town Council finished review of th...

  • School supporters plead for tax hike in South Portland

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Proponents on Wednesday urged the City Council to support tax increases to fund next year's city and school budgets. The show of support came during a public hearing where officials proposed a fiscal 2012 operating budget of $69.2 million, a $2 million increase over ... 2

  • Democrats, GOP pick familiar nominees for Maine Senate special election in South Portland, Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The race to replace Democratic Sen. Larry Bliss in Maine Senate District 7 looks like it's boiling down to a longtime South Portland businessman and a sitting state representative from Cape Elizabeth. Republicans and Democrats caucused last week to select their nomin...