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  • Agencies step up liquor law enforcement

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY — A task force created to combat underage drinking has awarded grants to nine local law enforcement agencies. The Cumberland County Underage Drinking Enforcement Task Force gave $2,000 each to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Department and to police departments in F...

  • Police: South Portland bar tried to stop Cape woman who hit parked cruiser

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A 44-year-old Cape Elizabeth woman was charged with three felonies in connection with an accident that injured a police officer early on the morning of Dec. 12. Lisa Cioe was charged with operating under the influence at the scene of the Saturday-morning accident. On...

  • Peary Terrace subdivision clears first hurdle in South Portland

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The Planning Board on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a proposal to turn a baseball field and green space on Peary Terrace into an eight-lot subdivision. One of those lots would continue to house Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 832, which is also the home of the Maine...

  • Freeport resident honored for conservation efforts

    FREEPORT — Dick Anderson received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Coastal Conservation Association of Maine at the organization's annual meeting Dec. 7. Anderson was honored for more than 50 years of work on marine conservation. The 75-year-old outdoorsman said Tuesda...

  • Scarborough 'Redskins' nickname makes a comeback, this time on T-shirts

    SCARBOROUGH — Two elections ago, some Scarborough High School alumni's nostalgia for the school's retired athletics nickname, the Redskins, led to a referendum question that failed at the polls. Now,  it's inspired a T-shirt. An exact replica of an original shirt, the red...

  • Defense bill includes nearly $13M for Brunswick reserve center

    BRUNSWICK — Congress this week passed a $447 billion omnibus bill that includes a $12.9 million earmark for a Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center at Brunswick Naval Air Station. The reserve center funding is within the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations bill, one...

  • Cause of Bath city councilor's house fire remains unknown

    BATH — The cause remains unknown of a Dec. 10 fire that gutted the 177 Middle St. home of City Councilor James Omo and killed two pets. The Ward 1 councilor said on Wednesday that an insurance inspector has taken a desk lamp and power strip for analysis to see if they could have contribu...

  • Brunswick base agency sets timetable for redevelopment goals

    TOPSHAM — When the civilian build-out of Brunswick Naval Air Station is complete, base redevelopers hope to create about 14,000 jobs, nearly triple the number expected to be lost in the 2011 closure. Strengthening the local workforce is cause for optimism, but when the Midcoast Regio...