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  • Open-records bill pushed into next Maine legislative session

    AUGUSTA — A bill that would provide greater public access to government records has been delayed until the next legislative session. The Legislature's Judiciary Committee, which is reviewing the bill, will continue its deliberations in the fall. The Right to Know Advisory Comm...

  • 3 finalists for Southern Maine Community College presidency

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Southern Maine Community College's presidential search committee has narrowed a field of 49 candidates to three, according to a press release from the Maine Community College System. The committee has forwarded its selection to MCCS President John Fitzsimmons, who wi...

  • Scarborough construction firm emerges from bankruptcy protection

    SCARBOROUGH — A reorganized Maietta Construction has emerged from bankruptcy protection, ending a financial reboot that began last July. In a statement released last week, the company said its creditors voted in favor of the firm's reorganization plan, which was approved May 18 by a ...

  • Land Trust raises $25K for 25th anniversary

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust raised $25,000 in new donations as part of its “25 for the 25th Challenge Grant.” The year-long campaign was designed to recognize the land trust’s 25th anniversary and was reached in only six months. Executive D...

  • Annual 5K benefits Pond Cove school

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The 13th annual Pond Cove 5K Challenge road race will be held on Sunday, June 5. Children 8 and under can participate in a Fun Run around the Cape Elizabeth High School field at 8 a.m. The 5K starts at 9 a.m. at the school on Scott Dyer Road, and at 10 a.m. children ...

  • Clean sweep in Brunswick

    Volunteers and representatives of the Brunswick Downtown Association worked closely with town crews to tidy up Maine Street last Saturday in a one-day project sponsored in part by the BDA and Hammond Lumber.

  • On the right track? Rail officials, South Portland residents hope to forge solution to idling trains

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Pam Am Railway officials said they are committed to installing devices on aging locomotives that should reduce the amount of time trains spend idling, spewing diesel fumes into residential neighborhoods. But Thornton Heights residents are keeping a close eye on the r... 1

  • Scarborough may relax rules for industrial growth

    New zones created to protect town's aquifers SCARBOROUGH — The Scarborough Economic Development Corp. has proposed a change to the town's zoning rules that would allow businesses in industrial zones to build on up to 50 percent of their property. The maximum existing buildin...