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  • Scarborough climbing gym opens on Haigis Parkway

    SCARBOROUGH — The town's first climbing gym, Salt Pump Climbing Co., is open for business. The 10,000-square-foot indoor climbing center, at 36 Haigis Parkway, offers rope climbing and b...

  • Motorcycle speed, alcohol suspected in South Portland woman's death

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A city woman who died Saturday, July 25, in a motorcycle crash in Westbrook was not wearing a helmet. It is believed that speed and alcohol were factors in the accident, Capt. Sean Lally of the Westbrook Police Department said Thursday morning. Jennifer Lavign...

  • Topsham cell tower lawsuit closer to court

    TOPSHAM — Town Manager Jim Ashe said Tuesday that he expects a federal lawsuit against the town over placement of a cellular communications tower to go to court next summer. Chris Ciolfi, chief development officer for plaintiff Mariner Tower, said he hoped the case would be heard muc...

  • Bath seeks input on improving Route 1 'gateway'

    BATH — Route 1 is a major gateway to the city's downtown, where Front Street was honored last year as one of 10 "Great Streets" in the country. But some say the welcome mat needs an overhaul. Planning Director Jim Upham led a 90-minute meeting Tuesday that drew input from resi...

  • Freeport council to update finance policies

    FREEPORT — The Town Council held a financial policy workshop Tuesday night to discuss potential changes to the investment and reserve policies

  • Falmouth library move likely after renovation is axed

    FALMOUTH — In addition to unanimously passing a resolution to sell the Pleasant Hill Fire Station, the Town Council on Monday came to some consensus around two options for the library and community center, and discussed a possible lease of the Lunt or Plummer school buildings to a quasi-sta...

  • Harpswell plans to again pursue restoration of historic boundary with Brunswick

    HARPSWELL — Selectmen will meet with representatives of The Carrying Place Assembly to discuss pursuit of legislative action to change the boundary between Harpswell and Brunswick. Residents earlier this year at Town Meeting approved spending $2,500 toward legal costs and further res...

  • Court again sends business park review back to Bath Planning Board

    WEST BATH — A judge on Tuesday ordered the Bath Planning Board to take a third look at the third phase of the Wing Farm business park. After a hearing at West Bath District Court, Judge Andrew Horton ordered the case remanded to the Planning Board, which approved the third phase in A...

  • Students use L.L. Bean as inspiration for Christmas artwork

    FREEPORT — Students of all ages helped create an art exhibit that interprets the "The Twelve Days of Christmas." Instead of the traditional lyrics, this project substitutes a moose wearing L.L. Bean boots for a partridge in a pear tree; two snowshoes for turtle doves; three holl...

  • DeLorme names new president, CEO

    YARMOUTH — DeLorme, the map and software development company, announced Mike Heffron will become president and chief executive officer effective Jan. 4, 2011. Heffron will replace Dave Eshelman, who has served as president since 2005 and has been with the company for 19 years.