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  • Portland school food service manager is Maine's best

    PORTLAND — The food service manager for the city's middle and high schools was named the Manager of the Year by the Maine School Nutrition Association. Nancy McAdam said she wasn't even aware she had been nominated for the award until the organizat...

  • Portland teen faces charges after shooting

    PORTLAND — An 18-year-old man remained in Cumberland County Jail on Monday, and faced a Tuesday court appearance after an April 17 shooting in Libbytown. Christopher McMann, 18, of 111 Elizabeth Road, was being held on $50,000 bail on charges of reckless conduct with a firearm and el...

  • South Portland schools brace for influx of special ed students

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Schools are preparing for an influx of special education students next year, according to the superintendent. Superintendent of Schools Suzanne Godin said the district anticipates four times as many kindergarten students with special needs will enter the school syste...

  • Brunswick police station panel addresses transparency, public information

    BRUNSWICK — The Police Station Subcommittee met Tuesday to determine how best to address people who claim the group has not been transparent enough or made enough information publicly available. The committee was formed in December in response to opposition to the site selection proc...

  • Restaurant opening a milestone for South Portland plaza

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Jeff Applegate has vacationed in southern Maine for the last 20 years. Two years ago, Applegate, who owns three restaurants, started making plans to move to the area from Champaign, Ill. "Originally, it was my idea of semi-retiring to Maine and opening a resta...

  • Dead River donates to 'Share the Warmth'

    SCARBOROUGH — Dead River Co. announced this week that it has partnered with the United Way of Greater Portland to match donations collected from people and businesses to provide fuel assistance to needy people in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. The program, called Share the Warmth,...

  • Open space management plan takes shape in Cape Elizabeth

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Conservation Commission, working as the Town Council-appointed Green Space and Greenbelt Management Plan Committee, is making progress as it documents every parcel of open space in town and the potential uses.  The committee has been working with Councilor J...

  • Correction

    Last week's Page 1 story, "Group presents $3.5M plan for Freeport fields, trails," should have identified Kristen Dorsey as a former Regional School Unit 5 board member. It also should have said the three youth playing fields would be sodded with grass.

  • Cold comfort in Freeport

    From noon Saturday to noon Sunday last weekend Freeport Community Services held its annual Freeze Out food and fuel drive. Volunteers met at the First Parish Church on Main Street and braved the cold and wind for 24 hours to collect donations. During the night, Sue Mack received a donation while Pau...

  • Scarborough survey: Residents satisfied with police, fire depts., want more pedestrian safety

    SCARBOROUGH — A town survey of 244 residents found that in addition to being satisfied with the quality of life in Scarborough, most were also happy with the f...