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  • Brunswick zoning committee plans new rewrite

    BRUNSWICK — The committee directing the town's zoning overhaul has set a new target of June to bring an updated ordinance to the Town Council for approval. Planning Director Anna Breinich reported on the new timeline at Tuesday's Planni...

  • Senate, House candidates debate in Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Candidates for state Senate District 29 and House District 30 discussed a wide range of issues as part of Wednesday's candidates' night, hosted by the high school's advanced-placement U.S. government class.  At Town Hall, the House candidates took questions...

  • Updated: Lobsterman drowns in Harpswell

    HARPSWELL — Authorities say they may never know exactly how a lobsterman who died Dec. 31 ended up in the 40-degree waters of Quahog Bay. According to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, Christopher M. Hanna, 27, of Bath, drowned after falling from the Emily & Logan, a two-man lo...

  • It takes two

    Carleigh Steele, 9, of New Gloucester, gets a helping hand Saturday, Dec. 19, from her older sister, Danielle, a student at the University of Maine at Orono, during their first opportunity to skate this season on Orland H. Blake Pond in Yarmouth.

  • Fort Williams fee support gains momentum in Cape

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Residents at a Curtailment Committee meeting Dec. 8 said they would support implementing fees at Fort Williams and a pay-per-bag trash system at the transfer station to offset the $621,000 curtailment imposed on Cape schools for the current school year. Fees to ...

  • Fearless flyers

    William Morgan and his 2-year-old son, Eli, of Sebattus, take a ride down the hill at Foreside Recreational Area in Topsham Dec. 29.

  • Business organizations present 'Economic Vision for Scarborough'

    SCARBOROUGH — A year-long collaboration between two local business organizations has culminated in a working blueprint for Scarborough's economic development. And it didn't cost the town a dime. In meetings during the summer of 2008, public policy/economic affairs committees o...

  • Toy buffet

    Christmas came early this year for more than 100 youngsters at the Boys and Girls Club in South Portland, thanks to the efforts of dedicated volunteers from the Thornton Heights Lions Club, the South Portland Lions Club and the South Portland Patrolmen's Association. Working together, the groups ...

  • South Portland Police try to keep sound wall from becoming graffiti wall

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Residents who live along Interstate 295 are presumably pleased to be seeing their long-awaited sound wall arise between their bedroom windows and the rush of 40,000 vehicles a day.  But if recent weeks are any indication, the wall could come complete with its ow...

  • South Portland Land Trust exploring 'bridge in a backpack' for Long Creek

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland Land Trust recently received two grants from the Maine Community Foundation to assist its efforts to build a bike and pedestrian bridge over Long Creek. The grants, totalling more than $6,000, will be used to explore new cost effective bridge desig...