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  • Brunswick man files $5M class-action lawsuit over Anthem data breach

    PORTLAND — A Brunswick man on Thursday filed a $5 million federal class-action lawsuit against Anthem Health Plans of Maine, charging that the company failed to adequately protect the personal information of its clients prior to a data breach reported in February. The complaint filed...

  • Cape boys pile on the glee

    The Cape Elizabeth High School boys' basketball team mobs senior Ethan Murphy after his buzzer-beater gave the Capers their first Class B state title in 27 years, a 44-42 win over Medomak Valley in Portland. Sports, Page 11.

  • Lynx, bobcat topic of Topsham lecture

    TOPSHAM — The bobcat and Canada lynx will be in the spotlight Tuesday, Feb. 24, at a program offered by the Cathance River Education Alliance and Topsham Public Library.

  • Yarmouth proposals would add up to 35 homes, public park

    YARMOUTH — The Planning Board next week will review applications for two major subdivisions. The board on Feb. 25 will hold public hearings on a housing subdivision between Russell's Hill Road and Highlands Farm Road, and on at a conceptual sketch plan for a housing subdivision ...

  • Town councilors weigh Falmouth TIF proposal

    FALMOUTH — The Town Council held a workshop on a proposed OceanView and natural gas tax increment financing district projected to capture more than $20 million in value. The TIF district would be made up 355 acres and proposed to capture 100 percent of increases in assessed...

  • Portland, Red Claws to extend Expo lease; Thompson's Point move still expected

    PORTLAND — Despite an agreement to extend the Maine Red Claws' lease for up to 10 years and upgrade seats at the Portland Exposition Building, the developer of Thompson's Point still expects the pro basketball team to become part of the 32-acre project along the Fore River. "I think ...

  • Habitat hosts meetings for prospective homeowners

    PORTLAND — A series of meetings for applicants interested in buying Habitat for Humanity homes in Freeport and Scarborough continue Saturday, Feb. 21, at the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland office, 659 Warren Ave. The meetings will cover ownership requirements and qualificat...

  • Free meals, rooms for Maine lawmakers not always disclosed under ethics laws

    The dining room at the Inn by the Sea in Cape Elizabeth, where Time Warner Cable last month hosted several Maine legislators.

  • North Yarmouth selectmen want to reuse school as municipal campus

    NORTH YARMOUTH — The Board of Selectmen has made its recommendation for a town center development plan. Four public meetings will be held to discuss the proposal next month. Two of the three scenarios proposed by Portland firm Planning Decisions last November involved developi...

  • Falmouth deals will add nearly 90 acres of open space

    FALMOUTH — Two significant parcels of land may be preserved as open space, one to be owned by the Falmouth Land Trust and the other by the town. The Town Council on Feb. 9 approved a transfer of $400,000 from the seldom-used Parks Land Capital Fund to help FLT acquire Capall Creek Fa...