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  • Incumbent Gerzofsky faces 2 challengers in Senate District 24

    BRUNSWICK — Republican Jennifer Johnson and Green Independent Fred Horch are challenging veteran Democratic state Sen. Stan Gerzofsky for his seat in Senate District 24. District 24 includes Brunswick, Freeport, Harpswell, North Yarmouth and Pownal. Gerzofsky has represented t...

  • Filing deadline Friday for Yarmouth candidates

    YARMOUTH — Nomination papers are due back to Town Hall by Friday, Sept. 19, at 1 p.m. for the one Town Council seat on the Nov. 4 ballot. Two people have taken out and returned papers as of Tuesday: Joan Dollarhite and Robert Waeldner. Interested candidates must submit 25 signatures ...

  • Bowdoin College opens Maine St. Station store

    BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College's new book and gift store at Maine Street Station opens Friday, Oct. 30 – just in time for Parents Weekend. The College Store, at the corner of Maine Street and Station Avenue, will be the first retail business to open at Maine Street Station, a $23....

  • Scarborough Planning Board to consider Pine Point motel's design for parking lot on swapped land

    SCARBOROUGH — The Planning Board on Monday will take up a Pine Point motel's request for site plan approval for a reconfigured parking lot at the center of a controversial land swap with the town. After several months of debate, the Town Council in July approved the land exchange,...

  • Scarborough residents embrace early voting

    SCARBOROUGH — Residents who have cast their ballots in the past few days are praising the state's Early Voting Pilot Program. Scarborough is one of nine communities selected by the state to participate in the program that began Monday, Oct. 26, and will run through next Monday, No...

  • Cape Elizabeth candidates disagree on need for campaign signs

    CAPE ELIZABETH — In recent elections, Town Council and School Board candidates have informally agreed to not display campaign signs. But this year no agreement was reached. Some candidates felt strongly that signs would be helpful to their campaign, a few did not put any signs o...

  • South Portland disputes TABOR proponents' ethics complaint over property tax mailing

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The state Commission on Government Ethics and Election Practices on Nov. 19 will consider a request to investigate whether the city broke the law when it sent a mailing to 9,300 homeowners expressing opposition to two statewide ballot questions. The mailing, incl...

  • Pivotal time for South Portland housing for disabled adults

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Two months ago, Anna Bulger could go to the bowling alley, rent a pair of shoes, play a few strings, socialize with friends and pay the cashier without too much of a problem. But since Anna turned 21 on June 30 and became a legal adult, her mother said the social ski... 2

  • Trustee imposed on M.W. Sewall & Co.; Bath business files reorganization plan

    PORTLAND — A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge on Tuesday ordered appointment of a Chapter 11 trustee to run M.W. Sewall & Co., the Bath fuel company that filed for bankruptcy protection in March. Meanwhile, the family owned company has filed a plan of reorganization which, if appr...

  • MOHIBA continues to bind Bath community with ‘amazing glue’

    BATH — The Morse High Bazaar, commonly known as MOHIBA, hits the stage this year with a returning director, big screens, a plethora of skits – George Burns and Gracie Allen, too. A tradition since the 1920s, MOHIBA takes place at Morse's Montgomery Theater at 7 p.m. Friday, No...