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  • Brunswick zoning committee plans new rewrite

    BRUNSWICK — The committee directing the town's zoning overhaul has set a new target of June to bring an updated ordinance to the Town Council for approval. Planning Director Anna Breinich reported on the new timeline at Tuesday's Planni...

  • Senate, House candidates debate in Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Candidates for state Senate District 29 and House District 30 discussed a wide range of issues as part of Wednesday's candidates' night, hosted by the high school's advanced-placement U.S. government class.  At Town Hall, the House candidates took questions...

  • Collins' staff to offer local office hours

    PORTLAND — A representative of U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, will hold office hours in Freeport, Pownal and New Gloucester on Monday, May 10. The Portland-based staffer will provide residents assistance on federal issues and will be prepared to answer questions on topics such as So...

  • Task force finds no dearth of liquor law violations in Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH — Liquor lawbreakers beware: there's a new badge in town. A task force of police officers from Scarborough, Saco and Old Orchard Beach last week checked 43 businesses that sell or serve liquor in the three towns to see if they were properly checking identification and not...

  • Solar energy projects on display in Freeport, Falmouth, Yarmouth

    FREEPORT — ReVision Energy of Portland will host a tour showcasing solar energy installations in Freeport, Yarmouth and Falmouth on Saturday, May 1. Starting at 9 a.m., residents can begin the tour at Falmouth High School, where a wood boiler, solar hot water system and solar el...

  • Cape Elizabeth town clerk urges voting in person on June 8, not absentee

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Town Clerk Debra Lane is encouraging residents to vote in person on Election Day because of a complicated June 8 ballot. The ballot includes primary elections for governor, a state bond referendum, an advisory municipal referendum on parking fees at Fort Williams ...

  • 'What happens at Bowdoin ...' draws attention to college relationship with Brunswick police

    BRUNSWICK — It's Ivies Weekend at Bowdoin College. For many students that means music, house parties and the seemingly ubiquitous plastic cups and water bottles – the alcoholic contents of which are widely known, but best not flaunted, especially off campus. Student... 1

  • Grandfathering deadline nears under Harpswell sign ordinance

    HARPSWELL — Deadlines have been set for the town's new sign ordinance, including grandfathering for signs that complied with the old rules and those that didn't. Residents adopted a new ordinance at March Town Meeting, loosening some restrictions on signs businesses can erect, and es...

  • Baldacci signs bill to establish campus at Brunswick Naval Air Station

    BRUNSWICK — Gov. John Baldacci has signed a law that will help pay the start-up costs for a planned college campus at Brunswick Naval Air Station and grant the base's redevelopment authority the power to create an airport authority. The law will also help pay for municipal services a...

  • AT&T goes live on Harpswell cell tower, Verizon next

    HARPSWELL — Local cell-phone users should finally be experiencing an improvement in coverage, thanks to the addition of another service provider on the town's cellular tower. According to town officials, AT&T earlier this month completed its equipment installation on the new towe...