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  • Thanksgiving Day runners make Hay in Portland

    A pack of runners, some dressed in holiday costumes, round the Hay Building in Congress Square on Thursday morning, Nov. 27, during the 33rd annual Portland Thanksgiving Day 4 Miler road race. A two-mile loop led runners on a serpentine, two-lap course through the Old Port. More than 1,100 runner...

  • Portland road race, tree lighting to require street closings

    PORTLAND — Several downtown street closures are planned Thursday and Friday for annual holiday events. On Thursday, more than 1,500 runners are expected to take part in the Thanksgiving Day 4 Miler road race. The following streets will be closed to vehicle traffic from 8:30-10...

  • South Portland man faces manslaughter charge in death of Deering High School student

    PORTLAND — The driver in a September crash that left a teenager dead and several people injured has been arrested on a charge of manslaughter. Yannick Mulongo, 21, of South Portland, also faces three counts of aggravated elevated assault and a charge of operating under the influen...

  • Town Council gets preliminary plan for Pine Point beach access

    SCARBOROUGH — The town manager Wednesday introduced a working design for a controversial public area at Pine Point. The sketch by Terrance DeWann & Associates is the result of work by Town Manager Tom Hall's task force, a group made up of two Pine Point Residents Association membe...

  • Bath seeks grant for Centre Street improvements

    BATH — The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday evening to seek a $500,000 public infrastructure grant to help fund improvements on Centre Street. The $1.3 million project is planned to rehabilitate Centre Street between Bluff Road and High Street. Improvements would include ...

  • Do-it-yourself delicious

    The line was long, but worth the wait, because Saturday, Nov. 28, was the annual make-your-own candy cane event at Len Libby Candies in Scarborough. Aidan Wood, 5, of Portland, admires his bow-tie candy cane. "I'm gonna hang it on the tree," he said.

  • Do-it-yourself delicious

    The line was long, but worth the wait, because Saturday, Nov. 28, was the annual make-your-own candy cane event at Len Libby Candies in Scarborough. Aidan Wood, 5, of Portland, admires his bow-tie candy cane. "I'm gonna hang it on the tree," he said.

  • Youth Alternatives launches holiday gift drive

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Youth Alternatives Ingraham, a social service agency at Brick Hill, is giving residents four ways to help the less fortunate this holiday season. People can host a "Giving Tree&qu...

  • Youth Alternatives launches holiday gift drive

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Youth Alternatives Ingraham, a social service agency at Brick Hill, is giving residents four ways to help the less fortunate this holiday season. People can host a "Giving Tree&qu...

  • Man allegedly drags ATM out of store, leads police on chase

    SCARBOROUGH — The theft of an automated teller machine on Sunday night at a Mussey Road convenience store played out like the plot line for a 2009 version of Woody Allen's 1969 movie, "Take the Money and Run." But instead of the inept Allen getting his hand caught in the...