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  • Portland garage policy piques islanders

    PORTLAND — A change at the Casco Bay Lines garage has stirred island residents who say it means they can't use the Commercial Street building. Last month, island residents who pay for monthly parking received letters telling them they had to come in by Feb. 24 to renew their passes b...

  • Portland International Jetport plans for a sustainable future

    PORTLAND — A brisk breeze sliced through the air last week as Dave Tourigny cleared snow from the the top floor of the Portland International Jetport parking garage. Meanwhile, just off Jetport Boulevard, vehicles squeezed past a South Portland-based Clean Harbors tanker truck unload...

  • South Portland council poised to fast-track capital improvements

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council is poised to fast-track this year's Capital Improvement Plan so workers can take advantage of the early construction season. Although the council typically approves the CIP in June, City Manager Jim Gailey asked to bump up that vote to Wednesday, Apr...

  • Nomination papers available for Yarmouth municipal election

    YARMOUTH — Nomination papers for the June 8 municipal elections are available at the town clerk's office at Town Hall. There are two Town Council seats, two School Committee seats and one seat on the Water District Board of Trustees to fill. All are three-year terms. The two s...

  • Sounds of silence

    Janis Eckeberg, right, strikes her gongs in time with other members of Inner Tapestry Sound Healing while visitors to the Yarmouth Wellness Fair enjoy the therapy. The fifth annual fair was held Saturday, April 10, at Rowe School and included more than 40 exhibitors, demonstrations and seminars.

  • Proposed Brunswick library budget cut could require weekend closings

    BRUNSWICK — Curtis Memorial Library could be open one or two fewer days a week if the Town Council endorses a proposed reduction in the library subsidy. The council is also considering cuts in staff salaries and the elimination of a popular inter-library loan service, according to li... 1

  • Cumberland council awards bid for Route 88 work, OKs higher trash-bag fees

    CUMBERLAND — The Town Council on Monday accepted a bid from Storey Bros. Excavating for improvements to Foreside Road (Route 88). Six councilors supported the decision, while Councilor Shirley Storey-King abstained. The company’s $3.79 million bid, plus construction...

  • Brunswick base campus bill awaits Baldacci's signature

    BRUNSWICK — A complex bill designed to pay the start-up costs for a planned campus at Brunswick Naval Air Station and municipal services at the base now awaits Gov. John Baldacci's signature. Last week, the bill, sponsored by Sen. Stan Gerzofsky, D-Brunswick, survived additional scru...

  • Bath man indicted for thefts in Cumberland, Yarmouth

    PORTLAND — A Bath man was indicted April 9 for a series of motor vehicle burglaries and other crimes he is alleged to have committed in January in Cumberland and Yarmouth. Charles Bushman, 28, was charged with 22 counts of burglary to a motor vehicle, Class C theft, six counts o...

  • Cumberland seeks veterans to march in Memorial Day parade

    CUMBERLAND — Fire Chief Dan Small wants this year’s Memorial Day parade to be filled with the kind of individuals the holiday celebrates: the service people who have given their time to this country. He is looking for active and retired military members who have ties to th...