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  • 'Night Out Against Crime' in South Portland neighborhood

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The Redbank Village neighborhood will hold a block party Tuesday, Aug. 5, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the new Redbank Community Park to celebrate "America's Night Out Against Crime." In partnership with Target, the South Portland Police Department, the South Portland...

  • Economic impact of TD Beach to Beacon 10K not lost on Cape Elizabeth businesses

    CAPE ELIZABETH — With more than 6,000 runners expected at this year's TD Beach to Beacon 10K, along with thousands of supporters and spectators, some local businesses are looking forward to an annual influx of customers. The 17th annual race will be run Saturday, Aug. 2, startin...

  • Foster grandparents to flaunt PATHS fashions in Portland

    PORTLAND — Fran Seeley never thought she would be a model, nor did she particularly care to be. But on Thursday, April 8, the 68-year-old will strut her stuff on the catwalk as part of the Collections 2010 Fashion Show, an annual exhibition of designs from students at Portland Arts a...

  • Closing a chapter in Brunswick

    Another milestone was reached Tuesday, March 30, in the closing of Brunswick Naval Air Station, with the disestablishment after 37 years of Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 5, the operational U.S. Navy Air Wing on the base. In a rain-soaked ceremony, Petty Officer 1st Class Nicole O'Donnell, right, re...

  • South Portland school custodian faces weapon charge

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A custodian who apparently injured himself with a folding knife in the School Department administrative office has been barred from school grounds. Police were called to 120 Wescott Road, shortly after 10:30 a.m. on March 24 for a medical emergency. Police Lt....

  • Bar board reprimands South Portland attorney

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A South Portland attorney has been reprimanded by the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar for failing to properly supervise his non-lawyer staff. The Maine Supreme Judicial Court on March 25 suspended attorney Paul Latourneau from practicing law for six months. The s...

  • Eager for Easter in Scarborough

    "I found one!" shouts Bridget Flannery as she picks up her first egg during the annual Bunny Hop held at the Bessworth Child Care building in Scarborough on March 27. More than 600 Easter eggs were hidden throughout the building, including four golden eggs that promised a special prize.

  • All that jazz in South Portland

    The South Portland High School Jazz Band placed second in Division I on Saturday evening, March 27, at the State High School Instrumental Jazz Festival in South Portland. Eighty-nine bands and ensembles from 40 schools competed. Other winners included Cape Elizabeth, which finished third in Division...

  • Scarborough library seeks donations for book sale

    SCARBOROUGH — The Friends of the Scarborough Public Library are soliciting gently used books for the annual book sale in June. Books may be dropped off at the library during normal business hours. Textbooks, encyclopedias, magazines and condensed books are not needed. All proc...

  • Friends, foes greet Obama in Portland

    PORTLAND — President Barack Obama's visit to Portland on a nearly 70-degree day Thursday brought out hundreds of fans and foes alike. Obama's visit was one stop on a cross-country tour to promote the benefits of a sweeping health-care reform law he signed into law just over a week ag...