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  • Portland leaders fire back at LePage claims of aid mismanagement

    PORTLAND — City Democrats and social services leaders came out swinging Friday morning, saying a recent state audit claiming the city mismanages its General Assistance program is part of a “coordinated attack” by Maine’s Republican governor and his administration. S...

  • Topsham senior living community sold to Chicago company

    TOPSHAM — The Highlands of Topsham, a senior living community that opened 25 years ago, has been sold to a Chicago investment group. John Wasileski, president and founder of Sea Coast Management, the development company for The Highlands and Highland Green, announced the sale to CPF ...

  • Cumberland scout builds shelter for Bradbury Mountain campers

    POWNAL — Thanks to the efforts of a Cumberland teenager, campers at Bradbury Mountain State Park can stay covered and dry this summer inside a new lean-to. James Molloy, who completed the project last October to become an Eagle Scout, built the lean-to at secluded Campsite 12.

  • Falmouth committee works on new Comprehensive Plan

    FALMOUTH — The Long Range Planning Committee has begun discussions on what will become the town's new Comprehensive Plan. The last Comp Plan was approved by voters in 2000. "A comprehensive plan helps the town determine land use regulations it wants to have," said Theo Holtwij...

  • Bath public works projects tackle water, traffic problems

    BATH — The city is addressing traffic, water and sewer problems this summer with new pipelines along Central Avenue and Centre Street, and construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Congress Avenue and State Road. A public information meeting on the Hyde Park Pump Stati...

  • Falmouth council approves street acceptance ordinance

    FALMOUTH — The Town Council voted 6-1 to adopt the Street Acceptance Ordinance at its July 12 meeting. The council also voted 6-1 for an amendment to include language from a similar policy into the ordinance. "Rather than have a separate connectivity policy, we've included the...

  • Noise complaint roosts with Cape Elizabeth committee

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Town Council on Monday took action on fowl noises, speed limits and improved communication with residents.  Councilors voted unanimously to send a rooster noise complaint issue to the Ordinance Committee for consideration of regulations on roosters in reside...

  • Cumberland man dies from injuries in pool

    CUMBERLAND — The state medical examiner’s office Tuesday said a 3 Meadow Way man died last week when he sustained a cervical spine fracture and drowned. The office performed an autopsy on 40-year-old Kermit Schott on July 7, a day after he was found unresponsive in his abo...

  • Public meeting scheduled on Freeport cinema

    FREEPORT — A public information session on a proposal to build a six-screen movie theater at Freeport Village Station will be held Monday, July 19, at 6 p.m. at the Mallett House on Mill Street. The meeting will be hosted by Berenson Associates, developers of the shopping center...

  • Pair of sites competing for new Brunswick police station

    BRUNSWICK — The location for a new police station could be determined by the town's long-term development vision and not just by price. The Town Council has been negotiating privately with property owners at two locations. The council has already earmarked $6.65 million for the proje...