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  • S.P. OKs plans for Jetport Plaza coffee shop

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Members of the Planning Board on Tuesday approved the site plan for a new coffee shop in Jetport Plaza.  The plan details the construction of a 650-square-foot Aroma Joe’s Coffee to be built at 429 Western Ave. The building will offer drive-throu...

  • Senate District 24 candidates speak out at Brunswick forum

    BRUNSWICK — Candidates in a three-way race for state Senate District 24 on Wednesday spoke about a wide range of issues including welfare, taxes, the minimum wage and partisan politics during an election forum held in the Brunswick Town Office. Democrat Sen. Stan Gerzofsky, who is ru...

  • Brunswick council presses for more info on library spending; majority ready to spike Coffin Pond funding

    BRUNSWICK — A majority of town councilors on Monday said they are prepared to restore a portion of the $107,000 subsidy cut proposed for Curtis Memorial Library, but not until library officials reveal if the allocation would provide raises for employees. Meanwhile, the Town Council a...

  • Historical Society hopes to establish Freeport Heritage Trail

    FREEPORT — As a way to educate visitors and residents about Freeport's 300-year history, the Historical Society is working to establish a Heritage Trail. Executive Director Christina White said when the idea arose nearly a year ago, there was a positive response and much encouragemen...

  • Yarmouth High School senior a U.S. Presidential Scholar

    YARMOUTH — Reed Wommack was named a 2010 United States Presidential Scholar on May 3 by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. Wommack, a senior at Yarmouth High School, is one of 141 high school seniors nationally who were chosen for their exceptional academic achievement, ar...

  • Falmouth eyes 2-tier pay-to-play fee system

    FALMOUTH — Participation in school sports is about to cost parents more than the price of cleats, helmets and gloves. The School Department is proposing to charge high school students $175 for most teams they play on, and $100 to participate in indoor and outdoor track, in a pay-to-p...

  • Tapping into their inner geek: Yarmouth robotics team finishes 13th in world event

    YARMOUTH — When math teacher Paul Lamson-LaPlume organized the high school's first robotics team this year, he expected the students to take away tips for next year and have fun. He did not expect them to win the state championship and a trip to the world competition. "I figur...

  • Cape Elizabeth woman organizes 'green' 5K race

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Rachel Piper has single-handedly organized an environmentally friendly five-kilometer road race to support local business, help raise non-profit awareness, and benefit the

  • Taking steps for healthy babies

    People of all ages walked a four-mile loop from the Martin's Point Health Care offices on Washington Avenue through Payson Park and around Baxter Boulevard on Sunday, May 2, for the annual March of Dimes March for Babies. The Portland fundraising walk, which attracted several hundred participants...

  • Coffin celebration slated for May 8 in Portland

    PORTLAND — A public celebration of former congressman and longtime federal appeals court Judge Frank M. Coffin will take place Saturday, May 8, at 1:30 p.m. at the University of Southern Maine Abromson Community Education Center on Bedford Street. Coffin, a resident of South Portland...