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  • Kestrel CEO: Financing puzzle still coming together, not complete

    PORTLAND — Alan Klapmeier, chief executive officer of the startup airplane manufacturer Kestrel, Wednesday said the company has secured a new foreign investor and put some employees back to work at its Brunswick Landing facility. But he declined to share many details. “A...

  • RSU 5 board submits Freeport withdrawal proposal to state, seeks November referendum

    FREEPORT — The board of directors of Regional School Unit 5 on Wednesday sent the Freeport withdrawal agreement to the Department of Education, with the intent to have it on the local ballot in November. The School Board's unanimous vote to submit the agreement to Education Comm...

  • Scarborough postal distribution center cited for safety violations

    SCARBOROUGH — The U.S. Postal Service was fined $430,000 for "willful and repeated" safety violations, including a $10,000 fine for one repeat violation, at its distribution center on Postal Service Way. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration said it began an inspe...

  • Back in the good ol' days ...

    Brian Sheehy of the Danvers, Mass., Essex Ball Club explains how it was done in the old days for a group of Little Leaguers on Saturday, June 26 in Freeport. On Sunday, Sheehy's Boston Bean Eaters team took on Dirigo Vintage Baseball Club of Augusta in a throwback game at the Freeport Historical Soc...

  • South Portland air crash memorial takes shape, dedication planned for July 11

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Dozens of planes pass over Brick Hill to land at the Portland International Jetport every day. But it was a landing of a very different sort that recently attracted a small crowd. A handful of city officials and residents were on hand June 24 to witness the ar...

  • South Portland museum ready for Fourth of July opening

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland Historical Society is used to documenting local history. But this weekend it will be making some of its own with the grand opening of the Cushing's Point House museum at Bug Light Park. The group will host a formal ceremony at 11:30 a.m. on ...

  • Dog days: Kona joins Scarborough Police Department

    SCARBOROUGH — There's a new officer on the police force — he's got a fuzzy face and was born and raised in Germany. His name is Kona and he's a German Shepherd. Kona is a K-9 police dog in training who arrived from Frankfurt on Mother's Day. He is staying with Officer Michael S...

  • Fundraising to begin for Brunswick-Topsham riverwalk

    BRUNSWICK — The effort to create a 1.25-mile, four-season riverwalk between Brunswick and Topsham took another step forward last week. The Androscoggin Riverwalk would create a loop using the recently renovated Swinging Bridge and the Frank J. Wood Bridge. The Androscoggin Brunswick-...

  • Brunswick official: Traffic woes almost over along Bath Road

    BRUNSWICK — The traffic snarls, washouts and bumpy rides that have marked travel along a busy stretch of Bath Road should be just about over, according to the town's public works director. Crews have been working on the $2.15 Bath Road improvement project since April. The project has...

  • Topsham Planning Board rejects cell tower proposal

    TOPSHAM — The Planning Board on Tuesday unanimously rejected construction of a cellular communications tower in the Heights neighborhood. The decision prompted cheers from the audience, composed largely of Heights residents, who have packed every board meeting to oppose the proj...