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  • Navy: Former Brunswick explosives site safe to use

    BRUNSWICK — From 1981-2004, the U.S. Navy used an area called "Site 12" at the Brunswick Naval Air Station for the open-air detonation of small amounts of ordnance. Now, some are saying the site is safe to use for recreation. The Navy presented its case on Wednesday at a ...

  • Bath council OKs contract zone for Huse School housing

    BATH — The City Council will vote next month on an affordable housing tax increment financing district for a proposed rental housing complex at the former John E.L. Huse Memorial School. In the meantime, the council on Wednesday unanimously approved allowing contract zoning in the ci...

  • Study: Morse High School in Bath not fit for renovation or expansion

    BATH — The Morse High School property is not suitable for replacement or expansion of either the school or its technical center, a site study has concluded. As a result, three other sites are being considered for a new school. The study of the school and the Bath Regional Care...

  • Board OKs assisted living facility at Brunswick Landing

    BRUNSWICK — The Planning Board on Tuesday unanimously approved an application for a new assisted living facility at Brunswick Landing. The Avita memory care facility will be developed by the Portland-based Sandy River Co. The board had

  • South Portland brewery aims for October launch

    SOUTH PORTLAND — An auto technician, a landscape contractor and a state government employee walk into a bar.  The framework of an otherwise overused joke describes the inception of the

  • Cape Elizabeth question: To line or not to line?

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Town councilors on Monday sent the Fort Williams Advisory Commission a resident's request that a center line be painted on the park entrance road to increase safety. Councilors didn't have a recommendation, because there have been no reported accidents in the park an...

  • Truck overturns on Falmouth exit ramp

    Southbound Exit 10 on Interstate 295 in Falmouth remained closed Wednesday afternoon, several hours after a truck carrying peat moss overturned on the ramp approaching Bucknam Road. Crews were working to remove the load and right the truck. Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCa...

  • Parkview of Brunswick, Lewiston's CMHC in bankruptcy court dispute over $13M claim

    BRUNSWICK — Parkview Adventist Medical Center, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection June 15, owes upwards of $13 million to Central Maine Healthcare Co...