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  • Falmouth considers support for cheerleaders

    FALMOUTH — The School Board spent a good chunk of its nearly 2 1/2-hour workshop Monday in continuing discussion about the Pay to Participate program. It also referred a proposal for a sanctioned high school cheerleading squad to its finance committee. The proposal, similar to...

  • Yarmouth High School principal to retire

    YARMOUTH — Yarmouth High School Principal Ted Hall will retire from his position June 30. Superintendent of Schools Andrew Dolloff made the announcement Feb. 25 that Hall will be leaving after 10 years at YHS. Dolloff said the search for Hall's successor will take place during t...

  • Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation awards fall grants

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation awarded  more than $23,300 in grants for professional development, technology, composting and recycling, and art and literature programs. Claire Depke, CEEF board member and grants chairwoman, shared information about the ...

  • AMVETS holiday tree sale to begin Nov. 29

    YARMOUTH — The Sons of AMVETS Post #2 will sell holiday trees next to the fire barn on North Road starting Monday, Nov. 29.  Trees will be on sale Monday through Friday, noon to 7:30 p.m. and on Sundays 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The $35 donation for each tree will benefit veteran...

  • Agents charge Cumberland doctor with cocaine possession

    CUMBERLAND — A podiatrist was arrested Wednesday, Nov. 17, by drug enforcement agents on a charge of possessing cocaine. Dr. John B. Perry, 49, was arrested by Maine Drug Enforcement Agency agents in his car near his 365 Main St. home. He was also charged with violating bail conditio...

  • MRRA to issue up to $24M in bonds for Brunswick base tenants

    BRUNSWICK — The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority intends to issue up to $24 million in bonds for two tenants at the redeveloped Brunswick Naval Air Station. When the property is transferred to MRRA from the U.S. Navy, it will be renamed Brunswick Landing. MRRA Executi...

  • Unique Harpswell bridge to reopen Saturday

    HARPSWELL — After more than two years, residents on Saturday will once again be able to traverse the one-of-a-kind cribstone bridge connecting Bailey and Orr's islands. A ceremony is planned Saturday at 11 a.m. Scheduled guest speakers include Maine Department of Transportation Deput...

  • Power outages close Bath schools

    BATH — Power outages blamed on heavy rain and strong winds on Wednesday forced officials to close three schools. Regional School Unit 1 Superintendent William Shuttleworth said classes were cancelled at Dike-Newell Elementary School and the Bath Regional Career and Technical Center.

  • Questions about public notice fail to derail Brunswick committee appointments

    BRUNSWICK — Town councilors Tuesday unanimously decided they will appoint five people to the police station subcommittee, despite concerns there was inadequate public notice of their intent. The subcommittee's job is to help research potential locations for a new police station. ...

  • Brunswick keeps Longfellow Avenue overnight parking ban

    BRUNSWICK — Town councilors on Tuesday night voted against lifting an overnight parking ban on Longfellow Avenue from Harpswell Road to Coffin Street. The ordinance to regulate parking in the area was created in 2000 after complaints about overnight parking. It forbids street parking...