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  • Diocese assigns priests in Yarmouth, Freeport

    YARMOUTH — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland announced that Msgr. J. Joseph Ford will be an administrator of Sacred Heart in Yarmouth and St. Jude in Freeport beginning Sept. 1. This will be in addition to Ford's current assignment as administrator at Holy Martyrs in Falmouth and St. ...

  • Freeport High School commencement

    Freeport High School Class of 2010 Marshals Lucy Whitacre and Eric Wold lead their classmates into the high school gymnasium at commencement on Sunday, June 6.

  • Embattled Portland bar owner hopes to do business in Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK — A bar owner who has been fighting an attempt to revoke his liquor license in Portland plans to open a new establishment on Maine Street. Thomas Manning, who is challenging the Portland City Council's decision last year to revoke his liquor license at the Cactus Club in ...

  • Yarmouth High School commencement

    Yarmough High School senior Erica Paul gets some help with her cap prior to graduation ceremonies Sunday, June 6, at the high school.

  • Harpswell selectmen seek historical evidence to support beach easement

    HARPSWELL — The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously June 3 to collect historical evidence that could be used to prove the public has earned permanent access to a private beach.  Cedar Beach, on Bailey Island, is off a private dirt road used by nearby residents. Visitors current...

  • Bath voters nix borrowing for artificial turf field

    BATH — Voters on June 8 overturned a City Council decision to borrow money for construction of an artificial turf field. The City Council had voted 5-4 on Feb. 3 in favor of borrowing up to $300,000 for installation of artificial turf at McMann Field. Opponents then gathered mor...

  • Cape Elizabeth rejects parking fees at Fort Williams by 2-1 margin

    CAPE ELIZABETH — For the second time in nearly three years, residents rejected a proposal to implement a pay-and-display parking fee system at Fort Williams Park. Residents voted 2,532 to 1,262 against the proposal in a non-binding advisory vote on June 8. The Town Council app...

  • Cape Elizabeth approves $20.7M school budget

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Voters on June 8 validated the $20.7 million fiscal 2011 school budget, 2,584 to 1,072. The budget is $672,000, or 3.4 percent larger than this year. School Board Chairwoman Rebecca Millett said she was very pleased with the vote. "This budget was ...