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  • Invasive green crabs creep back into Casco Bay

    FREEPORT — Despite cautious optimism earlier this year that midcoast mudflats would be spared, invasive European green crabs were apparently only waiting for warmer water to scurry back into the area and begin wreaking havoc on the shellfish industry. “Since the beginning of la...

  • Cure for the summer slide in Portland

    Nataly Mendez, a soon-to-be first-grader at Reiche Community School, joins her peers in a game of bouncing balls within a parachute Thursday during a Summer Success picnic at Deering Oaks Park in Portland. The event, which was hosted by Portland ConnectED, featured a free meal for children, tours...

  • A helping hand

    Sooki learns the ups and downs of skating at Portland's Deering Oaks Pond on Saturday. Heavy rains made for slushy skating on Sunday, but conditions are sure to improve with the approach of much colder weather.

  • Business, hospitality growth highlights for Bath in 2009

    BATH — In a time of economic woes throughout much of the state and country, there's a strong sense of hope in the City of Ships, at least in the eyes of its manager. A new downtown hotel, a new business park phase and an award for Bath's already-celebrated Front Street are a few... 1

  • Brunswick council to seat two new members

    BRUNSWICK — The Town Council will swear in two new members and choose its leadership during a Jan. 4 inauguration ceremony at Maine Street Station. Suzan Wilson, representing District 3, and John Perreault, of District 4, will join the nine-member board for the first time. At-large Counc...

  • Casco Bay Lines announces new GM

    PORTLAND — Casco Bay Lines announced this morning it has hired a new general manager. Henry 'Hank' Berg will take over management of the ferry service, which provides transportation to Peaks, Cliff, Great Diamond, Little Diamond, Long and Chebeague islands. Berg for the past 9...

  • Cumberland council bans heavy trucks from Mill Road; Debate over Foreside Road project continues

    CUMBERLAND — The Town Council voted unanimously on Monday to prohibit heavy commercial trucks from using Mill Road. Town Manager Bill Shane said the change to the town's traffic ordinance was borne from the rezoning along Route 100 several years ago to allow more commercial deve...

  • Bookstore ballad

    Recent National Book Award winner Philip Hoose of Portland, with his wife Sandy St. George, turns a reading of his book "Claudette Colvin: Twice Toward Justice" into a sing-along on Saturday, Dec. 19, at Gulf of Maine Books in Brunswick.

  • Alleged Bath burglar nabbed after chase

    BATH — Police arrested a Michigan man Sunday night following a string of burglaries, a car chase and a leap into the Kennebec River. Dariahne Thornton, 20, of Detroit, Mich., was arrested on charges of burglary, unauthorized use of property (for a stolen vehicle), driving to endange...

  • Bath Police investigating armed robbery at store

    BATH — Police are on the lookout for two suspects in a Saturday night robbery at Cumberland Farms, one of whom allegedly threatened the clerk with a knife. The incident occurred at the Route 1 convenience store shortly before 9 p.m. on Dec. 26. Both suspects are described as white ma...