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  • Portland police investigate apparent homicide

    PORTLAND — An unidentified man was killed Friday night in what police believe was a homicide on Brighton Avenue. Assistant Police Chief Vern Malloch said police were called at 9:05 p.m. to 214 Brighton Ave., where they found the victim. The address is the Princeton Village apartments...

  • Portland Symphony hopes to multiply funding for lullaby project

    PORTLAND — The Portland Symphony Orchestra has launched a crowd-sourced funding campaign for a project that began at Carnegie Hall in New York. The Portland Lullaby Project, with a fu...

  • Foundation seeks online votes for $10K grant

    PORTLAND — An award-winning after-school program for low-income and under-served middle school students in Cumberland, York and Sagadahoc counties is one of 50 finalists for a $10,000 grant. The grant winner will be chosen through an online poll on Facebook, which will accept votes t...

  • Portland Water District adopts budget, expects rate hike

    PORTLAND — Portland Water District trustees recently approved a $47.8 million budget for 2010 that includes a more than 3 percent mid-year rate hike. The $37.2 million operating portion is essentially the same funding as the current budget, spokeswoman Michelle Clements said in a pre...

  • Bay Ferries kills The Cat between Portland, Nova Scotia

    PORTLAND — Operators of the high-speed ferry known as The Cat announced today that they will no longer offer seasonal service between Maine and Nova Scotia. Bay Ferries Ltd. has operated the ferry between Portland, Bar Harbor and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, since May 2006. Service by The ...

  • They're in good claws

    Maeve McQueeney strains her neck to look up at Crusher, mascot of the Maine Red Claws minor league basketball team, as he stops traffic for her, mom Jennifer and brother Finn on Wednesday afternoon outside Brown Elementary School in South Portland. During most of the school year, a brigade of volunt...

  • City considers LEED building code, transit TIF

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council on Tuesday discussed creating a new program to fund an expansion of public transportation services and drafting an ordinance requiring some building projects to be certified as energy efficient.  Councilors met with representatives from the Main...

  • SEDCO board of directors has openings

    SCARBOROUGH — The Scarborough Economic Development Corp. has two openings on its board of directors. Interested applicants may download an application from SEDCO's Web site or t...

  • Stalemate continues in RSU 1

    Louise LaMarque, left, an English teacher, chats with school nurse Sharon Morrill outside Morse High School during a protest on Friday morning, Dec. 11. Members of the Sagadahoc Education Association staged the protest because negotiations for a new teachers' contract in Regional School Union 1 h...

  • SPC-TV offers online streaming, archived meetings

    SOUTH PORTLAND — South Portland Community Television is now offering its programing on the Internet. SPC-TV Manager Tony Vigue said in a press release that programming will be offered in real time, via