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  • Brunswick Cook's Corner road cost estimate: $2.2M

    BRUNSWICK — A public road project proposed to open land for development in Cook's Corner could cost more than $2.2 million, according to a preliminary engineering report. The new projection is roughly $600,000 more than earlier estimates. Town officials stressed that the figur...

  • Former Navy housing fills niche in Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK — A little more than two years after going on the market, close to half of the former U.S. Navy housing in the McKeen Street neighborhood has been sold.  As of the end of September, 108 of 232 homes in the McKeen Street Landing development were sold and four more ...

  • Sister-city celebration

    Takenobu Honda, chairman of the Shinagawa Assembly, sights a green marker bouy in Casco Bay as he takes a turn piloting a ferry on the way to Peaks Island on April 26. Honda and Shinagawa Mayor Takeshi Hamano, left, are part of a delegation visiting Portland to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ...

  • Thank you, Falmouth: Residents donate school supplies for Iraqi children

    FALMOUTH — When U.S. Army 1st Lt. Mark Seelen called home to Falmouth from Iraq to tell his mother he needed school supplies for the children in the area he where he was deployed, Barbara Seelen leaped into action. She called her friends, her church, the Falmouth Rotary and anyone el...

  • Topsham cell tower proposal returns to Planning Board

    TOPSHAM — A cellular communications tower proposed for the Heights neighborhood returns to the Planning Board on Tuesday, May 4. The 7 p.m. meeting at the Municipal Building will be preceded by a 6 p.m. site walk, at 14 Oak St., of the tower's proposed location. Mariner T...

  • Cumberland council stands by permit fee requirement for youth lacrosse event

    CUMBERLAND — The Town Council voted unanimously on Monday, with Councilor Mike Perfetti absent, to issue a permit for a boys youth lacrosse jamboree. The town late last year lowered the threshold requiring a mass gathering permit from at least 1,000 people – players a...

  • Bath celebrates spring with Mayfair weekend

    BATH — The City of Ships rings in spring this weekend with its annual Mayfair festival. A yard sale will be held Saturday, May 1, featuring more than 40 participants, a Big Tent Sale downtown, maypole dancing and other attractions. The Big Tent Sale, where merchants will ...

  • Portland hires sustainability coordinator

    PORTLAND — The city's new sustainability coordinator, charged with creating policies and projects to advance energy conservation and efficiency, climate change initiatives and environmental sustainability, will begin his job May 10. The city received nearly $685,000 in federal Energy...

  • Residents call for reversal of proposed budget cuts in Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK — If the Town Council uses Monday's public comments as the only metric for determining spending in fiscal 2011, residents can probably expect a property tax increase beyond the proposed bump of 2 percent.  Even with a 2 percent increase, the council will be forced to r...

  • Falmouth council OKs $34.9M budget, no tax increase

    FALMOUTH — The Town Council unanimously approved a $34.9 million municipal and school budget after a public hearing Monday evening. The budget, which avoids a property tax rate increase, includes $24.5 million for the school system, 1.63 percent less than last year. That is st...