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  • Cape Elizabeth Recycling Center change gets mixed reviews

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Residents this week had mixed views about a new traffic pattern at the Recycling Center. The new pattern, which no longer allows drivers to back up to the trash hopper, went into effect Jan. 21. It includes four diagonal parking spaces outside of the trash ...

  • Scarborough author crusades for convicted soldier

    SCARBOROUGH — On a chilly day late last March, author Don Snyder got a call from a phone number he did not recognize. Thinking it might be a fan who had somehow found his number and was calling to to talk about one of his novels, Snyder answered, reluctantly. The caller, ...

  • Scarborough school reacts quietly, visibly to bullying

    SCARBOROUGH — In light of some recent incidents of violence involving Scarborough High School students, the administration is reacting with a calm, but firm hand. "We are increasing our visibility," said Principal Dean Auriemma, who took his position at SHS this fall. Auriemma...

  • Cape Elizabeth mock trial team wins state title

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The high school mock trial team defeated eight-time winner Hampden Academy in the state championship on Dec. 9 to earn a chance to compete in the national competition in May. Mary Page, a high school social studies teacher and mock trial coach, said the win was excit...

  • Shop with a cop

    Coutia Giriteka, right, and Portland Police Officer Tony Ampezzan put the finishing touches on wrapping a Christmas gift at police headquarters Friday night, Dec. 17. Coutia and seven other kids from Portland Recreation's after-school program were selected for the third annual Kids Shop With a Cop p...

  • South Portland construction code change needs Augusta's OK

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council on Monday adopted a new ordinance that will allow flexibility in managing city and school construction projects. But whether the city will be able to take advantage of the change for the upcoming high school renovation project, as intended, will depe...

  • New home's driveway raises objections from Cape Elizabeth neighbor

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Town Council is expected to determine if a driveway permit for 6 Stonegate Road was issued incorrectly. Robert H. Stier Jr., of 9 Rock Crest Drive, is appealing Public Works Director Robert Malley's decision to issue the permit to Early Bird Group, developers of ...

  • Moore time for LePage

    Bristyn Leisure, left, and other eighth-graders greet Gov.-elect Paul LePage on Dec. 16 at Lyman Moore Middle School in Portland. LePage made brief remarks and then took questions from the students for a half hour before touring the building.

  • 'Polar Dip' to benefit SPHS Project Graduation

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Students from South Portland High School will plunge into the icy waters of Casco Bay on Jan. 1, 2011, for the school's first annual "Polar Dip." The event, taking place at 11 a.m. at the Southern Maine Community College beach, will be a fundraiser for SPHS Project G...

  • UPDATE: Interim replacement expected next month for retiring Portland city manager

    PORTLAND — The City Council is likely to appoint an interim city manger in January to serve until a permanent replacement for Joseph E. Gray Jr. can be found. Gray announced his retirement on Dec. 21 before a standing-room-only crowd at City Hall. Mayor Nicholas Mavadones on M...