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  • LePage leads off candidate forums run by Cape Elizabeth High School students

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Students in the high school's advanced placement U.S. government class will not only be hosting this year's local candidate nights, but will also be moderating discussions with the three gubernatorial candidates. The class of seniors will be setting up and leading di...

  • Cape Elizabeth seeks help replacing trail stonework

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The town is accepting bids to remove and rebuild the stone steps on the Great Pond Trail, where the existing steps are decaying. The steps are only a few years old, but have already been damaged and worn down. Town Planner Maureen O'Meara said the town is looking for...

  • Yarmouth man escapes serious injury in Chebeague Island hunting accident

    CHEBEAGUE ISLAND — A Yarmouth man was struck in the chest by a shotgun pellet while hunting pheasants Thursday morning, according to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. James Morrill, 59, was hunting with three friends when he and his dog headed into lilac bushes ...

  • Alpacas' best friend

    It only takes a few pieces of carrot for Dana Perkins of South Portland to become the alpacas' best friend at Longwoods Alpaca Farm in Cumberland on Saturday, Sept. 26. The farm and more than 30 others across the state were open to visitors for the annual Alpaca Open Farm Weekend.

  • Homecoming bonfire at Mt. Ararat

    Homecoming festivities after the Mt. Ararat-Oxford Hills football game on Sept. 25 included a bonfire attended by many students in Topsham. Despite the loss on the gridiron, the Mt. Ararat High School kids had a good time in the chilly weather.

  • Family Arts Day in Brunswick

    Katie Sullivan, 4, and brother Nathaniel, 3, are very serious about their work on a mural at the Family Arts Day on the mall in Brunswick on Saturday, Sept. 26. The annual event was sponsored by Five Rivers Arts Alliance.

  • Bar, restaurant cited in South Portland alcohol sting

    SOUTH PORTLAND — An east-end bar and a west-end restaurant were cited by South Portland police for serving alcohol to minors. Sgt. Steven Webster said in a press release that the Spring Point Tavern, on Benjamin Pickett Street near Southern Maine Community College, and Pom's Thai...

  • Scarborough candidates to answer questions in televised forum

    SCARBOROUGH — Once again this fall, the Scarborough Community Chamber will give Town Council, Board of Education and Scarborough Sanitary District candidates an evening in the spotlight during its 12th annual Candidates Night. Moderated by Kevin Freeman, the event will be televise...

  • Cape Elizabeth library fundraiser promises good reads, sweet treats

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Thomas Memorial Library book and bake sale will take place Thursday, Oct. 8, through Saturday, Oct. 10. According to Valerie Hall, of the Friends of the Thomas Memorial Library board of directors, the event is the only fundraiser for the library. "The t...

  • South Portland to quiz residents on municipal services; armory proposal advances

    SOUTH PORTLAND — In early November, about 10 percent of the city's residents will be invited to participate in an online survey about public services provided by local government. The City Council reviewed the questionnaire at a workshop on Monday night, where they also discussed...