PORTLAND — A lot of artists I know are good cooks. Some of them have even cooked professionally. Fresco artist Barbara Sullivan used to cook at Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, ceramic artist Paul Heroux was once the chef at No Tomatoes in Auburn, and painter Jaap Helder...
Falmouth High School sophomore Mary Johnson and other volunteer carolers sing a Christmas song Thursday during the 27th annual Falmouth Community Tree Lighting at Village Park. The event also featured cookie decorating and a visit from Santa Claus, who arrived in a fire truck.
SCARBOROUGH —The best things in life may not all be free, but some think an upcoming economic study and blueprint carried out by volunteers could be one of the best free things to come along for Scarborough's future in a long time.
CAPE ELIZABETH — After months of trying to quell rumors on the expected cost of a proposed Shore Road pedestrian path, the pathway committee will get an actual cost estimate at its meeting Wednesday, Feb. 25.
BATH — John "Dugan" Shipway announced last week that he will end his nearly six-year tenure as president of Bath Iron Works in April, and that Jeffrey Geiger, senior vice president of operations, would succeed him to become the shipyard's 13th president.
CAPE ELIZABETH — Community members, students and school staff gathered last week in the Cape Elizabeth High School auditorium for the kick-off event and presentation of a $1,500 grant to the Senior to Senior community service program.