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  • Problems mount for Falmouth Rod & Gun Club

    FALMOUTH — After voluntarily closing its doors in March because of safety problems, the Falmouth Rod & Gun Club remains closed and now faces environmental sanctions. "The neighbors have all commented about how nice and quiet it is," said Todd Kelly, whose property borders the spo...

  • Jetport adds flights to Toronto, Atlanta

    PORTLAND — Three airlines this summer will offer more frequent flights from the Portland Jetport. Delta, Air Tran and Air Canada are offering additional flights to to Atlanta and Toronto. Delta is expected to add a third round trip to Atlanta, with a departure time of 1:25 p.m...

  • Construction begins on Freeport Community Services expansion

    FREEPORT — Construction at the historic Mallett House at 57 Depot St. is underway to turn the building into office, meeting and storage space for the Freeport Community Center. The house was built approximately 120 years ago by Edwin Mallett as worker housing and is one of a few hous...

  • After math: Falmouth finance director retires after 25 years

    FALMOUTH — When John McNaughton started working in Falmouth, the town was mostly rural farmland, Route 1 was primarily for car dealerships and only 7,600 people lived in the town. Now 25 years later, as he turns 60 and retires from his position as the town's finance director, much of...

  • Traffic, safety concerns slow Yarmouth housing proposal

    YARMOUTH — At what was expected to be a final review last week, the Planning Board tabled a vote on the McKearney Village subdivision off Hillside Street. Members decided instead to conduct a site walk and further discuss public concerns about safety and traffic issues. Projec...

  • Falmouth trash, recycling changes take effect

    FALMOUTH — Residents will see changes to their curbside trash and recycling pick-ups beginning Wednesday, July 6. Two "silver bullet" recycle bins will also be moved from their current locations to the transfer station. Trash and recycling will now be picked up at the curb eve...

  • Cumberland teen juggles his way to world stage

    CUMBERLAND — Balls and clubs, flaming torches and knives: none are a match for the juggling skills of Will Silvers. The 14-year-old, who will be a freshman this fall at Greely High School, will match talents with other people his age next month in the

  • Portland's July 4 celebration adds bicycle valet service

    PORTLAND — Food, fireworks, a funny man and the symphony are all on tap for this year's Independence Day celebration on the Eastern Promenade. The Stars and Stripes Spectacular will officially begin at 6 p.m. on Monday, July 4, with a performance by comedian Bob Marley. The Po...