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  • Santa Claus is coming to Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH — Santa Claus will be arriving at one of the fire barns in Scarborough on Saturday, Dec. 5, and will then be escorted by fire truck to Town Hall for a 4:30 p.m. Christmas tree lighting ceremony. After lighting the tree, Santa will be available to meet children and find...

  • International students at SMCC look to translate experiences into a new language

    SOUTH PORTLAND — On Tuesday evening, a group of 11 international students at Southern Maine Community College were putting the final touches on their end-of-semester projects.  Over the next week, the students will visit elementary students in Topsham and give short speeches in t...

  • Government students in Cape Elizabeth to host a health-care reform discussion

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The high school Advanced Placement government class will host a panel discussion on health care reform Wednesday, Dec. 9. The event will take place from 7-8:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium at 345 Ocean House Road. The community is encouraged to...

  • Hearing could help plan future of Harpswell public land

    HARPSWELL — In 2002, Harpswell assumed ownership of more than 77 acres of forest behind the municipal facility on Mountain Road. The land was meant for some future use, but aside from a failed proposal to install wind turbines atop the Long Reach overlook – the highest point in ...

  • Big box or small, campaign promotes ‘Buy Brunswick’

    BRUNSWICK — A local business group is kicking off a new campaign to encourage consumers to support independent shops and restaurants. The non-profit Brunswick Downtown Association hopes to launch its "Buy Brunswick" program in January as part of a larger "Keep Brun...

  • Businesses may have to fund SMCC campus at BNAS

    BRUNSWICK — The committee that decides which bills are considered by the state Legislature has rejected a $4 million measure that would have funded start-up costs for the Advanced Technology Campus at Brunswick Naval Air Station.  However, Sen. Stan Gerzofsky, D-Brunswick, the bi...

  • Cape Elizabeth Land Trust seeks public input

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust is looking for community input about its performance via an online survey. The survey is open to all residents, members and non-members, interested in sharing how satisfied they are with CELT. The organization would like at leas...

  • Cape Elizabeth Land Trust seeks public input

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust is looking for community input about its performance via an online survey. The survey is open to all residents, members and non-members, interested in sharing how satisfied they are with CELT. The organization would like at leas...