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  • LePage leads off candidate forums run by Cape Elizabeth High School students

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Students in the high school's advanced placement U.S. government class will not only be hosting this year's local candidate nights, but will also be moderating discussions with the three gubernatorial candidates. The class of seniors will be setting up and leading di...

  • Cape Elizabeth seeks help replacing trail stonework

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The town is accepting bids to remove and rebuild the stone steps on the Great Pond Trail, where the existing steps are decaying. The steps are only a few years old, but have already been damaged and worn down. Town Planner Maureen O'Meara said the town is looking for...

  • Portland council OKs state pier lease, boat yard expansion

    PORTLAND — The City Council Monday unanimously approved a lease agreement with a local seafood company for space on the Maine State Pier. The council also voted in favor of allowing Maine Yacht Center on Kensington Street to expand its operations. Ready Seafood Co. will pay ...

  • Habitat for Humanity celebrates new Portland subdivision

    PORTLAND — Three years ago, Steve Bolton brought construction manager Dan Wallace out to see a parcel of land Habitat for Humanity owned at the end of Demerest Street. "It was a steep hill with a ditch at the bottom," Wallace said. When Bolton, Habitat's executive dire...

  • New schedule proposed for Portland high schools

    PORTLAND — The School Committee on Wednesday, Dec. 9, will get a first look at a new, unified schedule for the city's four high schools. The proposed schedule would align school days at Portland, Deering, Casco Bay and Portland Arts and Technology high schools so the district can bet...

  • Portland assistant police chief to retire

    PORTLAND — Assistant Police Chief Joseph Loughlin is retiring at the end of December, concluding a 28-year career with the department. Loughlin, a published author, has said he'd like to teach and write more in his retirement. The New York native joined the department ...

  • Public Market House expands upward on Monument Square in Portland

    PORTLAND — Renovations of the second floor of the Public Market House on Monument Square have been completed and the building is looking for new vendors. Three new businesses have already leased space and planned to open this week. There is room for three or four more vendors, acc...

  • Plea agreement drops sex charges against firefighter from North Yarmouth

    PORTLAND — A plea agreement was announced Monday that drops misdemeanor charges of unlawful sexual touching and assault against a firefighter from North Yarmouth. Craig Rawnsley, 42, pleaded guilty to charges he violated conditions of release and disorderly conduct. He must pay ...

  • Teacher's aide faces misdemeanor charge for allegedly bringing gun to Portland school

    PORTLAND — The Cumberland County district attorney's office on Monday charged a former teacher's aide with a misdemeanor for allegedly bringing a firearm to Riverton Elementary School. Beth Bergeron, 49, of Harrison, is scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday morning, Dec. 8, in Mai...

  • South Portland man faces manslaughter charge in death of Deering High School student

    PORTLAND — The driver in a September crash that left a teenager dead and several people injured has been arrested on a charge of manslaughter. Yannick Mulongo, 21, of South Portland, also faces three counts of aggravated elevated assault and a charge of operating under the influen...