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  • Former Cape Elizabeth Public Works official dies in Recycling Center accident

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Retired Public Works Director Herbert Dennison was killed Monday when he was knocked into a trash hopper/compactor at the Recycling Center. According to WGME and the Bangor Daily News, Dennison, 79, was struck by a Ford Explorer driven by 72-year-old Christine S...

  • Only thing sure in Senate District 25: Cathy will win

    FALMOUTH — It was probably inevitable. Two candidates, both women, both named Cathy, in Senate District 25. And so far, both have won and both have lost. Unofficial results of the Nov. 4 election showed Democrat Catherine Breen of Falmouth won by seven votes after ...

  • Bombs bursting in air, and on the ground

    The Portland Symphony Orchestra plays the 1812 Overture as fireworks begin over Portland's Eastern Promenade and Casco Bay on Independence Day. The annual Fourth of July celebration was rescued by private donations after the city elminated public funding this year.

  • Fire destroys dock on Cousins Island in Yarmouth

    YARMOUTH — Firefighters extinguished a blaze Friday morning, July 2, that destroyed a private dock off Wills Way on Cousins Island. According to Deputy Fire Chief Michael Robitaille, the fire call came in at 3:04 a.m. The dock, the ramp leading to the water and a small boat were dest...

  • Books galore in Brunswick

    Book lovers from around the area converged on the Brunswick Junior High School gymnasium last weekend for the annual Curtis Friends Book Sale. More than 50,000 books, tapes, CDs and DVDs were for sale, with all proceeds benefiting Curtis Memorial Library.

  • Celebrating strawberries in Cape Elizabeth

    Kaitlyn, 5, and Rylie McIntyre, 3, dance to the music at the second annual Strawberry Fest on June 26 at Maxwell's Farm in Cape Elizabeth. The event, put on by the Cape Farm Alliance, offered an array of edible strawberry concoctions, including strawberry pizza from FlatBread Co., and a full day of ...

  • Scarborough concert series continues on Thursdays

    SCARBOROUGH — The Scarborough Community Chamber, in partnership with Scarborough Community Services, is sponsoring the annual free summer concert series in Memorial Park. The series features performances in a range of musical genres on Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 8,...

  • Scarborough postal distribution center cited for safety violations

    SCARBOROUGH — The U.S. Postal Service was fined $430,000 for "willful and repeated" safety violations, including a $10,000 fine for one repeat violation, at its distribution center on Postal Service Way. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration said it began an inspe...

  • Back in the good ol' days ...

    Brian Sheehy of the Danvers, Mass., Essex Ball Club explains how it was done in the old days for a group of Little Leaguers on Saturday, June 26 in Freeport. On Sunday, Sheehy's Boston Bean Eaters team took on Dirigo Vintage Baseball Club of Augusta in a throwback game at the Freeport Historical Soc...

  • South Portland air crash memorial takes shape, dedication planned for July 11

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Dozens of planes pass over Brick Hill to land at the Portland International Jetport every day. But it was a landing of a very different sort that recently attracted a small crowd. A handful of city officials and residents were on hand June 24 to witness the ar...