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  • Scarborough council OKs plan for Dunstan area

    SCARBOROUGH — The Town Council on Wednesday unanimously approved the Dunstan Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy proposed by the Scarborough Economic Development Corp. and the Planning and Code Enforcement Department. According to the strategy’s introduction, written by S...

  • Some councilors still skeptical about Scarborough ice rink plan

    SCARBOROUGH — While most town councilors expressed support for construction of a hockey rink Wednesday night, several were hesitant about putting the project next to the high school. “I’m not wild about the location for a number of reasons,” Councilor Jean Marie Cat...

  • Brunswick community, business leaders say anti-business claim is unwarranted

    BRUNSWICK — From local entrepreneurs to the administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, community leaders last week said Brunswick doesn't deserve an anti-business label. They reacted to an assertion by disbarred criminal defense attorney F. Lee Bailey, who in a Feb. 9 ...

  • Composites work pays off for Brunswick company

    BRUNSWICK — Bridge girders developed by Harbor Technologies won an ACE Infinite Possibility Award from the American Composites Manufacturers Association at their annual meeting and trade show. Harbor Technologies uses hybrid composite beam technology developed at the University of Ma...

  • Brunswick concert benefits Habitat, church

    BRUNSWICK — Musicians Jud Caswell and Matt Loosigian will headline a benefit concert Saturday, Feb. 27, at the Unitarian Universalist Church on 15 Pleasant St. Caswell has won eight nationally recognized songwriting contests, and his songs reflect his rural roots and love of Mai...

  • Topsham Development hosts Feb. 23 forum

    TOPSHAM — The next Topsham Development community forum will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23, in the first-floor meeting room of the town office. The forum will focus on community development challenges and opportunities. It will be televised on cable Channel 3.

  • Heart-healthy education

    Guidance counselor Gretchen McCloy, left, shares healthy eating techniques with teacher Morrigan Burns and other colleagues as part of the LetsGo.org 5-2-1-0 health inititiative last week at Cape Elizabeth Middle School. "The idea is that we should learn and implement healthy choices in our lifestyl...

  • Portland police charge second man in Parkside murder

    PORTLAND — Police announced today that a second man has been charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of Serge Mulongo. Mulongo, a 24-year-old from Portland, was fatally shot Feb. 10 at 218 Park Ave. Police Thursday afternoon arrested Moses Okot, 21 years old,...

  • South Portland city manager to present budget trimmed by $1.4M

    SOUTH PORTLAND — City Manager Jim Gailey is scheduled to present his preliminary budget to the City Council on Monday, Feb. 8, at the South Portland Community Center. Gailey said he is still working with department heads to finalize the proposal, so he didn't want to release details ...

  • Scarborough council paves way for 3 new businesses

    SCARBOROUGH — The Town Council took action Wednesday that will help establish three new businesses. Councilors also approved a $5.4 million public works and transportation municipal capital improvements budget and a $1.5 million education capital improvements budget. The...