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  • Brunswick police, firefighters rescue woman who jumped from bridge

    BRUNSWICK — Police pulled a woman from the Androscoggin River late Tuesday afternoon after she jumped from a bridge in an apparent suicide attempt. Maine State Police notified Brunswick police at 5:43 p.m. that a woman called 911 from the Androscoggin Swinging Bridge and told them sh...

  • Scarborough council wants more time to discuss proposed skating rink

    SCARBOROUGH — The Town Council put a temporary freeze Wednesday on plans for an indoor ice hockey rink at Oak Hill.  Councilors also scheduled a workshop on whether to allow cellular phone towers in residential districts, approved a contract to provide dispatch services to ...

  • Mother, daughter raise kidney awareness from Falmouth, Maine, to Falmouth, Mass.

    FALMOUTH — You would never know from looking at 19-year-old Ben Jones, a 6-foot-3-inch college sophomore, that he was diagnosed with chronic renal disease as an infant and has lived with one kidney since he was 18 months old. More than 15 surgeries later, a transplant is in Ben's im... 1

  • Reeling them in

    Ella Metivier, 4, and her little brother, Evan, 2, of Falmouth, practice surf casting during the Kids' Fish & Fun Fest benefit for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Portland on Saturday, July 31, at East End Beach. The event was held in conjunction with the Casco Bay Anglers Club Striper Hunt Tournament.

  • Court orders Bath Planning Board to reconsider business park approval

    BATH — A judge last Friday ordered the Planning Board to take another look at its April approval of the third phase of the Wing Farm business park. Justice Andrew Horton’s ruling came in a lawsuit, filed by Robert and Wendy Johansen in May in Sagadahoc County Superior Cour...

  • Southern Maine families welcome Fresh Air Fund kids with open arms

    YARMOUTH — Caudell Walker has had many new experiences since coming to Maine a week ago. He has tried lobster, hiked a mountain, been boating on a lake, gone swimming in the ocean and played Wiffle Ball. "I've had a lot of firsts," he said. "When I'm here I like to relax, play...

  • Festival of Nations

    Two friends share a moment photographing the flags of the world during the eighth annual Festival of Nations on Saturday, July 31, at Deering Oaks in Portland. The event celebrates Maine's ethnic diversity and promotes cultural understanding and unity.

  • Portland council creates more parking for motorcycles

    PORTLAND — The city is adding more free on-street parking for mopeds and motorcycles. Last year, 31 spots were created on the peninsula specifically for two-wheeled motorized vehicles. The spaces were added in no-parking areas and spots that were too small for cars to park. Ci...

  • Daytime burglaries concern Freeport, Brunswick police

    FREEPORT — A handful of daytime residential break-ins on Monday have police in Freeport and Brunswick on alert.  Lt. Susan Nourse encouraged residents to report suspicious activity or anything that appears out of the ordinary to the local police departments. "My concern i...

  • Recreation panel backs some hunting in North Yarmouth park; decision in selectmen's hands

    NORTH YARMOUTH — The Recreation Commission voted 3-1 Monday to recommend that limited hunting be allowed in Old Town House Park. The recommendation has gone to Board of Selectmen, which is scheduled to discuss the matter at its next meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 17. The commis...