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  • Workshop to detail Portland public art plan

    PORTLAND — A temporary public art piece to be installed in Lincoln Park in June 2015 will be discussed at a 5:30 p.m. meeting Thursday, Sept. 11, at the Maine Jewish Museum, 267 Congress St. Alice Spencer of the Temporary Portland Art Committee said the art will be installed near the...

  • Portland traffic workshop planned Sept. 8

    PORTLAND — A public workshop on the possible reintroduction of two-way traffic on High and State streets will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8, at the rehearsal space at Merrill Auditorium, 18 Myrtle St. The scope and methods of the study will be detailed along with initial data fro...

  • Circus Smirkus stops in Freeport next week with outdoor theme

    FREEPORT — When Circus Smirkus comes to Freeport next week, local performers will team up with the National Park Service and L.L. Bean to promote physical fitness and the outdoors. This y...

  • Munjoy Hill flower power

    A sunflower basks in the warm afternoon light as the sun begins to set on the North Street Community Garden on Munjoy Hill in Portland.

  • Cumberland council narrowly rejects deer feeding ban

    CUMBERLAND — A divided Town Council on Monday rejected a zoning ordinance change that would have banned deer feeding and baiting. The matter was tabled last month until all seven councilors could be in attendance. They voted 4-3 against the proposal Monday, with Councilors Mike ...

  • Portland panel: Congress Square should remain a park

    PORTLAND — A city panel reached consensus Monday evening on keeping Congress Square as open space, but changing its recessed plaza design. The Congress Square Redesign Study Group met at City Hall for the first time since a public forum on May 12 to discuss results of the forum and c...

  • Technicality keeps Cactus Club in business in Portland

    PORTLAND — After more than a year in the courts, an Old Port nightclub owner successfully overturned the City Council's 2009 denial of his liquor license. But the ruling only applies to the Cactus Club's license for 2008-2009, so the bar owner could find himself before the council tw...

  • Portland seeks designs for MLK Jr. memorial on Bayside Trail

    PORTLAND — The deadline is approaching for submissions to design the city's Martin Luther King Jr. memorial along the new Bayside Trail. An oversight committee of the Martin Luther King Jr. Commission is expected to review preliminary concepts for the design after the Aug. 12 deadlin...

  • UPDATE: Maine DOT postpones construction on I-295 between Portland, Yarmouth

    YARMOUTH — The Maine Department of Transportation on Wednesday said it is postponing construction and lane closures scheduled for this weekend on Interstate 295 northbound. The decision to delay work on the Royal River Bridge was made after discussions with the Maine Turnpike Authori... 1

  • Meeting to discuss options for Franklin Arterial, Exit 7

    PORTLAND — The Maine Department of Transportation and the Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System will host a public meeting to discuss the next steps for the Franklin Street corridor on Wednesday, July 28. The meeting begins the second phase of the city’s process to...