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  • South Portland cafe to take its reality-TV bow

    SOUTH PORTLAND — For two months, the Fogg family has had to keep quiet about what went on behind closed doors during a reality-TV makeover of Uncle Andy's Diner. But on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at 10 p.m., they'll relive the restaurant's turbulent remodeling, along with a nation...

  • Brunswick police, firefighters rescue woman who jumped from bridge

    BRUNSWICK — Police pulled a woman from the Androscoggin River late Tuesday afternoon after she jumped from a bridge in an apparent suicide attempt. Maine State Police notified Brunswick police at 5:43 p.m. that a woman called 911 from the Androscoggin Swinging Bridge and told them sh...

  • High school schedule focus of Portland forum

    PORTLAND — A new schedule for the city's high schools will be discussed at a community forum scheduled for Wednesday night, Jan. 20, at the Portland Exposition Building. The proposed common high school schedule was drafted by a 28-member task force and presented to the School Committ...

  • Portland council to consider Waynflete growth, Charter Commission extension

    PORTLAND — The City Council Wednesday will consider a campus expansion plan for Waynflete School that has attracted plenty of attention and opposition from residents of the Western Promenade during the past year. Waynflete's proposal would allow the school to purchase specific reside...

  • Area residents, groups do what they can to help Haiti earthquake victims

    PORTLAND — As images of death and destruction continue to stream across the airwaves, local residents are doing what they can to help the people of Haiti, which was devastated by an earthquake on Jan. 12.  Roughly the size of Maryland, Haiti is the poorest and least developed na...

  • Concerns about emergency response prompt Peaks Island public forums

    PORTLAND — The Peaks Island Council will hold a series of meetings during the next several weeks to discuss safety concerns of islanders and potential resolutions. Island resident Julie Fisher Melton, a group facilitator, has offered to run the meetings, Island Councilor Lynne Richar...

  • Maine College of Art gets $250K to complete restoration of former Porteous building in Portland

    PORTLAND — Maine College of Art recently received more than $250,000 in grants to complete the renovation of the former Porteous Building on Congress Street. The grants will provide the capstone funding for a $10 million initiative begun in 2004, which raised $4.3 million in new endo...

  • Portland school chief urges tax increase in face of 'depressing' budget scenario

    PORTLAND — A public forum on Wednesday, Jan. 27, will seek to set the tone for the upcoming school budget. But the initial note will probably be sour, according to Superintendent of Schools James C. Morse Sr., who predicted the city could lose up to $7 million in education funding an...

  • L.L. Bean No. 1 in service for 3rd straight year

    FREEPORT — L.L. Bean topped a national customer service survey for the third year in a row. Bean was first in the National Retail Federation/American Express Customer's Choice survey, followed by Overstock.com, Zappos.com and Amazon.com.

  • Concert, dinner to benefit Freeport Community Center

    FREEPORT — The second annual Freeport Community Center fundraising concert and community dinner will be held on Saturday, Jan. 23, at the center at 53 Depot St. The Ladies of Flame will perform accompanied by David Watts on piano. The concert begins at 6 p.m. Following th...