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  • Falmouth cross-country teams help groom park trails

    Nordic skiers from the Falmouth Middle and High schools' cross-country teams head out for practice at Falmouth Community Park. Some of the team parents have been assisting the town in keeping the park's trails groomed for the teams, the rec program and the general public.

  • Falmouth senior turns LEGO love into middle school activity

    FALMOUTH — Some people might think Falmouth High School senior Carson Hooper went about things backwards. After all, a lot of seniors scramble during the final months of their last year of high school to find the perfect "Independent Project," a graduation requirement that challenges stu...

  • Cumberland kicks off revamped reassurance program

    CUMBERLAND – The Cumberland Fire Department has taken the reins of the town’s reassurance program and looks to broaden it to serve as many residents as possible, its chief said last week. The revamp is also a means of creating a more consistent service for Cumberland’s program subscr...

  • Wolfe's Neck to host speaker series on sustainability

    FREEPORT — For the third year, Wolfe's Neck Farm has invited informative and educational speakers to participate in a winter community forum entitled "Sustainability: Transitions to Resilience."...

  • Police seek man in connection with commercial burglaries in greater Portland

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Police are looking for a 33-year-old man who is suspected of committing several commercial burglaries over the past month. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Albert Dadiego, a white male believed to be living in the greater Portland area. Dadiego is bei...

  • Peaks Island selected for state-sponsored wind test program

    PORTLAND — The Peaks Island wind project was one of six selected to receive free wind measuring equipment from the state. But before the island can begin measuring wind speeds in Trott-Littlejohn Park, it must first raise enough money to insure the equipment, which includes wind anemomet...

  • Portland cleaning service offers help for cancer patients

    PORTLAND — Sally and Dan Libby, owners of the Maids Home Cleaning Services, have partnered with a non-profit organization to provide complimentary home cleaning for women undergoing cancer ...

  • Cumberland County passes $40.5 million budget for 2010

    PORTLAND — The Cumberland County Commissioners last week unanimously approved a  $40.5 million budget for 2010. The approved budget is not expected to increase the tax rate for municipalities in Cumberland County. The budget maintains a mil rate of 52 cents per $1,000 of valuati...