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  • Cumberland council OKs bond for senior housing work

    CUMBERLAND — The Town Council on Monday unanimously approved a 20-year bond of $740,000 primarily to fund senior housing heating systems and roofs. The new systems would replace those in 30 units at the town-owned Hawthorne Court off Tuttle Road, and are long overdue, Town Manager Bi...

  • Cumberland pair seek open seat in House District 45

    CUMBERLAND — Republican Mike Timmons and Democrat Dale Denno are vying to replace state Rep. Steve Moriarty, D-Cumberland, who is not seeking a second term in the state House of Representatives. Timmons and Denno are running the redistricted House District 45, which includes Cumberla...

  • Ceiling collapse injures 3 in Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK — Three people were taken to Parkview Adventist Medical Center Tuesday after the living-room ceiling of their 75 Pleasant Street apartment collapsed on them. Fire Chief Ken Brillant described the victims' injuries as minor. The individuals, who officials have decline...

  • Memorial Day Parade events planned in Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Memorial Day events on Monday, May 31, begin with a parade at 9 a.m. Parade participants will gather on Fowler Road at 8:15 a.m. The parade begins at the intersection of Fowler Road and Old Ocean House Road, continues north on Route 77, taking a left onto Scott...

  • Fees at Fort Williams back on the ballot in Cape Elizabeth

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Residents will be asked in a non-binding referendum June 8 if they support parking fees at Fort Williams Park. The advisory question is "Would you favor the Town establishing a pay/display parking program for Fort Williams Park?" The question differs from a No...

  • South Portland scraps green building code

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council is poised to scrap plans to require energy-efficient building standards in favor of a resolution outlining energy-efficiency goals. The draft resolve, presented at a workshop on Monday night, May 24, was applauded by councilors who were critical of t...

  • City Council mulls buying Waterman Drive building for new South Portland City Hall

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A local developer is taking another shot at convincing city officials that 100 Waterman Drive is the ideal place for City Hall. Andrew Ingalls, of CBRE/The Boulos Co., was scheduled to take the City Council on a guided tour of his four-story, 32,000 square-foot devel...

  • Cape Elizabeth driver sentenced for drunken crash

    PORTLAND — A 44-year-old Cape Elizabeth woman who injured a police officer when when crashed into the back of two parked South Portland police cruisers last December was sentenced this week in Cumberland County Superior Court. Lisa Cioe, who had a blood alcohol content of 0.23 percen...

  • South Portland seeks citizens for sister city initiative

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Mayor Tom Coward is seeking about a dozen citizens to help South Portland find a sister city. Launching a Sister City partnership was one of the initiatives outlined in Coward's inaugural address in December, but it has taken a back seat to more pressing issues like ...

  • Access to Scarborough's Pine Point Beach in place for holiday weekend

    SCARBOROUGH — The first phase of construction on the Pine Point Beach access path and King Street reconstruction project is coming to a close just in time for beach goers to flood the area for the Memorial Day weekend. Construction workers this week poured and pressed the cement for ...