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  • Portland City Council: Former councilor versus political newcomer in District 3

    PORTLAND — When District 3 voters head to the polls Nov. 2 to elect a city councilor, both names on the ballot are likely to sound familiar. Edward Suslovic, a former at-large councilor who lost a re-election bid two years ago, will compete against Will Mitchell for the seat being va...

  • House District 64: Chipman, Olsen hope to succeed Percy

    HARPSWELL — Two candidates are vying for the House District 64 seat being vacated by Rep. Leila Percy, D-Phippsburg. Percy is prohibited from seeking re-election due to Legislative term limits. The candidates running to replace her are Democrat David I. Chipman of Basin Cove Road, an...

  • Cumberland man dies in ATV crash

    CUMBERLAND — A 19-year-old Mill Road resident died Monday after being injured in an ATV crash. Jesse P. Zacks was driving along Pleasant Valley Road at about 5 p.m. when he was thrown over the front of the vehicle, Police Chief Joseph Charron said Tuesday. The all-terrain vehicle lan...

  • House District 65: Incumbent Woolwich Dem faces Brunswick Republican

    BRUNSWICK — Robert E. Thompson, a Republican, is challenging first-term incumbent Rep. Peter S. Kent, D-Woolwich, in House District 65. District 65 includes parts of Bath, Brunswick, Topsham, West Bath and Woolwich. Peter S. Kent Kent, 59, lives with hi...

  • House District 66: Incumbent Brunswick rep faces 2 challengers

    BRUNSWICK — Voters have three candidates to choose from for the House District 66 representative, who serves a part of Brunswick. Jonathan Crimmins, a Republican, and K. Frederick Horch, a Green Independent, are challenging first-term incumbent Democratic Rep. Alex Cornell du Houx.

  • Library book sale needs kids titles

    BRUNSWICK — Curtis Friends is seeking donations of used books in good condition for the Curtis Kids book sale on Nov. 13. All proceeds from the sale will support Curtis Kids programs. Funds from last year's sale were used to publish the new Family Resource Handbook, purchase books fo...

  • Navy awards BIW $33.7M contract

    BATH — The U.S. Navy has awarded Bath Iron Works a $33.7 million contract for  continued lead yard services for the DDG 51 destroyer program. The option is a modification of a contract originally awarded in 2005. BIW has provided engineering, program management and design...

  • Hospital plans Brunswick walk-in clinic

    BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hospital announced plans for a Walk-In Clinic and Adult Primary Care Facility as part of JHR Development's Maine Street Station project. Construction will begin this fall for a planned spring opening in 2011. The new $5 million, 2-story medical office building, ...