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  • Harlem Superstars bounce into Bath March 10

    BATH — The Harlem Superstars will host a charity basketball game at Bath Middle School at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 10. The event will raise money for Teens of America, a national program that educates teenagers on the impacts of dangerous trends faced by the country's youth. ...

  • Topsham woman charged with drug theft

    TOPSHAM — A 59-year-old Topsham woman was charged last week by the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency for allegedly stealing drugs from the pharmacy she worked at. Doris Bourque was issued a summons on March 3 following an investigation by MDEA, Brunswick police and the Sagadahoc County S...

  • Rotary awards grant to Thomas Memorial Library

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The South Portland-Cape Elizabeth Rotary Club awarded Thomas Memorial Library money to purchase the complete DVD children's documentary series, “Families of the World.” This series features 24 DVDs, each profiling families in different parts of the world....

  • South Portland police chase ends in crash

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Police were led on a brief chase in the early morning hours on March 3, after responding to a report of a vehicle striking a snow bank. Police received a report that a red Volkswagen Golf had backed into a snow bank on Mildred Street and then driven off. Offic...

  • Five Rivers hosts Pecha Kucha night at Frontier Cafe

    BRUNSWICK — Five Rivers Arts Alliance is holding its fifth Pecha Kucha night at Frontier Cafe on Monday, March 21 at 6 p.m. Pecha Kucha, which means "chit chat" or "little conversation," features the work of 10 local artists, innovators and creative thinkers. Each artist will have ex...

  • Doggone good to have Red's back

    Red's Dairy Freeze reopened March 4, 10 months after a fire destroyed the popular South Portland landmark. Daniel Roberts and his yellow lab, Ranger, were part of a large group of Red's fans happy to have their soft-serve ice cream spot back in business.

  • Cape proposes $8.9M municipal-side budget

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Town Manager Mike McGovern has submitted a preliminary $8.9 million municipal budget that would increase property taxes by 1.2 percent. The Town Council is expected to discuss the budget proposal at a

  • Cape School Board continues budget talks, superintendent search

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The School Board continued March 8 to work through the 2012 fiscal budget and received an update on the superintendent search process. Board Chairwoman Mary Townsend said 15 candidates from nine states have applied to fill the superintendent position, currently ...