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  • Scarborough Sanitary District race draws 4 candidates

    SCARBOROUGH — Four candidates are vying for three seats on the Sanitary District Board of Trustees on the Nov. 4 ballot. Newcomer Ronald Bonneau is challenging incumbents Robert McSorley, Charles Andreson and Jason Greenleaf. Ronald Bonneau Bonneau is a native of Main...

  • Topsham birth center celebrates accreditation

    TOPSHAM — The Birth Center at Northern Sun, a 53 Main St. facility that serves the Mid-Coast and southern Maine, is now Maine's only accredited provider of out-of-hospital births. Certification from the Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers means high-quality care is give...

  • Holiday performance at Harrington House

    FREEPORT — The Harrington House at 45 Main St. will host a traditional Victorian Christmas celebration this weekend in the form of a seasonal holiday performance. The Harrington children will invite visitors to decorate the Christmas tree, to sing and wait for their father the sea captain t...

  • Art auction to support the arts in Freeport

    FREEPORT — A group of 14 original pieces of art that have been displayed throughout town since August will be sold at a live auction this Saturday, Dec. 5. The exhibit, "Experiencing Freeport: Knowing our Town through Art," includes the 14 pieces that depict unique places in Freep...

  • Cumberland Fire Department to host breakfast for toy drive

    CUMBERLAND — A pancake breakfast will be held on Sunday, Dec. 6, to raise money for the Cumberland Fire Department's Firefighters for Kids holiday toy drive program. The breakfast will run from 7-10 a.m. at Greely Middle School. Money from the breakfast will be used ...

  • Toy safety report released with interactive phone application

    YARMOUTH — Parents with small children can hopefully feel a little more safe this holiday season with toy safety regulations tightened and an application for hazardous toys created for mobile phones. The 24th version of the annual toy safety report, Trouble in Toyland, was relea...

  • Maine Clammers Association to help families in need

    FREEPORT — The Maine Clammers Association is sponsoring a Santa Fund drive to raise money for families in need during the holiday season. Chad Coffin, MCA president, said last year the group started a pilot program in the Brunswick area to help families with financial difficulties to provide...

  • Freeport bell ringers strike again, close to home

    FREEPORT — The Pine Tree Academy Bell Ringers have traveled throughout the United States, Canada, Iceland, South America and Europe. Now local residents will have an opportunity to see them perform at the First Parish Congregational Church at 40 Main St. on Sunday, Dec. 13. The grou...

  • Big box or small, new campaign wants shoppers to 'Buy Brunswick'

    BRUNSWICK — A local business group is kicking off a new campaign to encourage consumers to support independent shops and restaurants. The non-profit Brunswick Downtown Association hopes to launch its "Buy Brunswick" program in January as part of a larger "Keep Brun...

  • Bath woman wins $60K in injury lawsuit against bank

    BATH — Nearly four years after being injured in a fall outside a downtown bank, June Hallowell of Bath was awarded $60,000 by a Sagadahoc County Superior Court jury Nov. 19. The 80-year-old woman's award money was for medical bills and pain and suffering resulting from the fall,... 2