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  • Livingston Taylor returning to Bath arts center

    BATH — Forty-five years after releasing his first album, Livingston Taylor is still going strong, and planning to bring his creative energy to the Chocolate Church Arts Center on Saturday. The May 2 show at 804 Washington St., which starts at 7:30 p...

  • Eyes in the sky: Cumberland firm wins OK to survey with aerial drones

    CUMBERLAND — The friendly skies are getting a little friendlier for unmanned flying vehicles. And that’s opening up new possibilities for one Maine engineering firm. Sevee & Maher Engineers in early April won approval to use a quadcopter in its site surveying work, which co...

  • Health club postpones Topsham Planning Board review

    TOPSHAM — Issues raised by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection prompted Omega Wellness Group to pull its site plan, shoreland zoning and conditional use applications for Bowdoin Mill from Tuesday's Planning Board agenda. A public hearing had been scheduled on Omega's pro...

  • Bath-area students take MOHIBA to another dimension

    BATH — Prepare to cross into "The MOHIBA Zone." This year's performance of the classic Morse High School Bazaar talent show spoofs the equally classic TV show "The Twilight Zone," complete with its own Rod Serling-like host. The 81st MOHIBA will be held at the high school's Mo...

  • Citizens group criticizes Falmouth High School newspaper for student's opinion

    FALMOUTH — A column in the October issue of the Falmouth High School student newspaper has received more attention than the author may have intended. Lee Larson, a high school junior, wrote the opinion piece for the student publication, The Mast, in support of retaining town ownershi... 3

  • Freeport draft Comprehensive Plan goes green

    FREEPORT — The 2010 draft version of the Comprehensive Plan has been updated to include a new energy conservation section and to promote environmentally fri...

  • Isleford man to take on Chebeague Island administrator role

    CHEBEAGUE ISLAND — Eric Dyer will move from one island to another to become Chebeague's new town administrator on Jan. 2. The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Oct. 30 to hire Dyer, 31, who currently serves as facilities supervisor for the town of Cranberry Isles and lives on Isle...

  • Yarmouth Arts grant helps make Rowe School mural possible

    YARMOUTH — With the help of a grant from Yarmouth Arts, artists Mary Rehak and Page O'Rouke created a mural in the Rowe School depicting the school's core values using inspiration from student art. The mural covers the atrium's eight walls and depicts the core values of being kind, s...

  • Affordable spay and neuter services now available in Freeport

    FREEPORT — Residents now have an affordable clinic to bring their pets for spay and neuter services. What used to be a Subway Restaurant is now Community Spay-Neuter Clin...

  • Planning Board hears preliminary plans for North Road subdivision

    YARMOUTH — A conceptual proposal to build a four-lot subdivision at 475 North Road was presented to the Planning Board at a workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 10. According to a letter sent to Vanessa Farr, Director of Planning and Development, from engineering firm BH2M of Gorham, the parc...