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  • Planners seek community input on future of Portland's East Bayside neighborhood

    PORTLAND — Urban planners from across the nation will be in Portland next week to find out what kind of improvements the community wants to see in East Bayside. In February, Portland was selected as one of seven U.S. cities to win a grant from the American Institute of Architects to tran...

  • Harpswell voters approve $4M budget, pursuit of Brunswick border resolution

    HARPSWELL — For the second consecutive year, Town Meeting voters authorized the town to seek a review of its historical border with Brunswick. But unlike last year, voters on March 20 agreed to help pay for the effort, authorizing $2,500 to assist with legal fees and lobbying expenses to...

  • Maine Arts panel starts listening tour in Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK — Donna McNeil, director of the Maine Arts Commission, starts the Maine Arts Commission Listening Tour on Monday, March 22, at The Frontier Cafe with the first of a series of statewide meetings. The meetings are designed to gather information and feedback on the future dire...

  • Boosting local business

    Lynn DiBiase of Belissimo Hair Salon and Maria Little, whose family owns Fresh Look Cleaners enjoy the festivities that launched the South Portland Buy Local initiative on March 16. The Snow Squall restaurant was filled with local business represenatives displaying their products and services, and c...

  • Topsham man arrested after allegedly luring child into home

    TOPSHAM — A Winter Street resident arrested Monday, March 15, on a charge of criminal restraint after allegedly enticing a 5-year-old girl into his apartment will undergo psychological evaluation. Stuart Bull, 39, allegedly lured the child into his Whispering Pines apartment at ...

  • New executive director at MCOG

    BATH – Jeffrey D. Kobrock, city manager of Gardner for the past nine years, will begin his role as executive director of the Midcoast Council of Governments on Monday, March 22. He previously served as executive director of the Gardiner Board of Trade and as Bucksport’s economi...

  • Good form

    Brook Mitchell, 13, of Bath, plays soccer and lacrosse, but has the form of a javelin thrower while pitching limbs onto a brush fire on Friday, March 12. With temperatures in the 50s, it was a great day to clear up winter's mess.

  • Bath Blarney Days

    Civilian and military personnel join forces in the tug o' war at Blarney Days in downtown Bath on Saturday, March 13.