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  • Asian market, taqueria add diversity to Scarborough food options

    SCARBOROUGH — The owners of a new business hope Chinese broccoli, Korean barbecue and Cambodian stir fry will become a part of everyday shopping trips to Oak Hill. Khiev's Oriental Market, a specialty Asian grocery store with fresh produce and diverse cultural cuisine, is schedu...

  • Record-breaking Tri for a Cure in South Portland

    Tricia Pirone of Scarborough enjoys the cheers from volunteers and specatators as she bikes along the course of the seventh annual Tri for a Cure on Sunday, July 20, in South Portland. More than 1,400 people participated in Maine's largest women's-only triathlon, which raised more than $1.38 million...

  • Fundraising season in full swing

    The line of participants curves around Back Cove on Saturday, Sept. 20, during the annual Maine Children's Cancer Program Walk.The event raised nearly $25,000 and helped raise awareness about childhood cancer.

  • Aw, shucks

    Students shucked 1,500 ears of corn Monday at Lyseth Elementary School in Portland as part of Maine Harvest Lunch, a program that brings local foods into the school lunch program. The students will get to eat the corn later in the week with their lunches.

  • Meeting Oct. 6 for Portland school volunteers

    PORTLAND — There will be a meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 6, for anyone interested in volunteering in the Portland public schools. The Portland Education Foundation is sponsoring the orientation from 4-6 p.m. at

  • Jurors acquit North Yarmouth firefighter accused of sexually abusing teenage firefighter trainee

    PORTLAND — A Cumberland and Portland firefighter who faced eight charges of sexual abuse of a minor was found innocent on all eight counts Monday afternoon. Arguments in the case against Craig Rawnsley, 42, of North Yarmouth, began Wednesday, Sept. 16, in Cumberland County Superior Court a...

  • K-9 leaves Air Force to join Falmouth police force

    FALMOUTH — Before they adopted Maxi, they read up on his history, disposition and intelligence. The 2-year-old seemed to meet – even exceed – what the Falmouth Police Department was looking for. But they weren't sure until Lt. John Kilbride traveled to Lackland Air Force Base ... 1

  • Freeport non-profit plants hope in local teens

    FREEPORT — Organizers of Seeds of Independence, a non-profit organization that helps at-risk youth get back on track, threw a party last week to introduce themselves to the public and...

  • Cumberland cat shelter to hold ‘Litter Box Ball’ fundraiser in Portland

    CUMBERLAND — Rarely has a litter box sounded so appealing. The Homeless Animal Rescue Team of Maine is holding its sixth annual Litter Box Ball fundraiser at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3. Proceeds go directly to the shelter at 302 Range Road ...

  • Yarmouth businesses, residents help Bartlett Circle approach fundraising goal

    YARMOUTH — Initial upgrades to the senior housing units at Bartlett Circle were completed last week, but operators of the non-profit or...