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  • 'Russia Resurgent' coming to Scarborough library

    SCARBOROUGH — The Scarborough Public Library will be hosting a series of programs in collaboration with the Camden Conference. The programs will center around the theme “Russia Resurgent,” which will also be the...

  • Topsham birth center celebrates accreditation

    TOPSHAM — The Birth Center at Northern Sun, a 53 Main St. facility that serves the Mid-Coast and southern Maine, is now Maine's only accredited provider of out-of-hospital births. Certification from the Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers means high-quality care is give...

  • Bath rings in fall with annual Autumnfest event

    BATH — The City of Ships rings in the new season Saturday, Oct. 9, with its annual Autumnfest event. The celebration, presented by Main Street Bath, includes the 12th annual Citizen Involvement Day, which will be held at Waterfront Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and feature food, music ...

  • Bath City Council: 6 candidates for 3 seats

    BATH — City Councilors Mari Huoarti Eosco and Ruthe Pagurko each face contests this year in their re-election bids. Bryce Payne is challenging Eosco for the Ward 5 seat and Cal Stilphen is running against Pagurko in Ward 7. Steve Brackett and Benjamin Burden are the candidates...

  • Critic files complaint against Falmouth Town Council

    FALMOUTH — Frequent Town Council and School Board critic Michael Doyle has filed a formal complaint with the state attorney general's office after council Chairman Tony Payne stopped him from speaking during a public comment portion of the Sept. 27 council meeting. Doyle was criticiz... 1

  • Nashville Songwriters Association comes to Portland

    PORTLAND — Local singer and songwriter Bob McKillop has been selected to establish a Portland Chapter of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, the group said in a press release. Established ...

  • Consultant: Falmouth library popular, overcrowded

    FALMOUTH — In a public question-and-answer session Tuesday, newly hired consultant Nolan Lushington spoke candidly with concerned citizens, town councilors and library users about the future of Falmouth Memorial Library. "Falmouth is in a funny kind of position – it has th...

  • Bayside's Black Frame Art Sale returns for 7th year

    PORTLAND — Nearly 50 artists have contributed works for this year's Black Frame Art Sale, which benefits the Bayside Neighborhood Association. The association raised more than $6,000 through last year's sale. The money is used to pay for events and children's programs in the neighbor...

  • Marathon greeters

    Enthusiastic spectators greet participants in the Maine Marathon on Sunday, Oct. 3, along Veranda Street in Portland.

  • Pumping pumpkin

    Justin Roy struggles with the pumpkin his daughter selected in the pumpkin patch on Sunday, Oct. 3, at the Freeport Historical Society's 35th annual Pettengill Farm Day. Other activities included a corn maze, storytelling, apple cider pressing, wagon rides and demonstrations by several master trades...