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  • Brunswick High School commencement cost nears $28K

    BRUNSWICK — Since the 1990s, Brunswick High School graduation ceremonies have been staged at Bowdoin College, in an event that has become, for some, a beloved community celebration. It has also become possibly the most expensive graduation in Cumberland County. Now, as th...

  • Yard sale seeks funds for Cape Elizabeth gun club renovations

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The Spurwink Rod and Gun Club is hosting a yard sale Saturday, July 12, to raise at least $3,000 for renovations required by the town's new shooting range ordinance. The ordinance required the gun club to submit a new site plan to the firing range committee by July 1...

  • Budget passes 1st test at Bath council

    BATH — The City Council gave initial approval Wednesday to a $14.2 million municipal budget for fiscal 2010. Final passage is expected on Wednesday, June 24. While next year's budget is smaller than the current $18.2 million budget, Finance Director/Tax Collector Juli...

  • School repairs to begin in July after South Portland voters OK bond, budget

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A day after 57 percent of voters supported a $5.8 million bond for repairs to the high school and two middle schools, school officials were wasting no time soliciting bids for about half of the improvements. Superintendent of Schools Suzanne Godin said Wednesday ...

  • Brunswick restaurants gear up for 1st outdoor dining festival

    BRUNSWICK — Nearly 20 local restaurants will converge on the town green June 20 to show off their cuisine during the town's first dining festival, The Taste of Brunswick. Back Street Bistro will serve chilled soup, the Great Impasta a lobster BLT, Bangkok Garden spring rolls and ...

  • Cape Elizabeth revises consequences for substance abuse by students

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Students who turn themselves in for first-time violations of the school substance abuse policy will no longer have to miss athletic or extracurricular events, under a policy change adopted Tuesday by the School Board. Hoping the new rule will encourage more open c...

  • Falmouth student blazed trail for others to follow

    FALMOUTH — Hannah Gordon is used to being a leader. Beneath her gentle exterior, the Falmouth High School senior possesses a spirit full of grit and practicality that has helped her overcome obstacles by making her needs known and pushing for change. Born with cerebral...

  • Cape Elizabeth town councilor submits resignation

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Town Councilor Paul McKenney gave notice at Monday's council meeting that he will resign at the end of this year, with one year left in his three-year term of office. McKenney cited difficulty balancing the council schedule with his military duties and civilian li...

  • BIW announces 58 more layoffs; Navy secretary to visit

    BATH — Word Wednesday that the secretary of the Navy will visit Bath Iron Works next week came only days after the shipyard announced a second round of upcoming layoffs. BIW's June 5 announcement of 58 temporary layoffs followed word of 67 layoffs on June 1. The layoffs, effectiv...

  • Northbound I-295 lanes close Monday night for resurfacing

    TOPSHAM — The northbound lanes of Interstate 295 from Exit 31 in Topsham to Exit 49 in Gardiner will close at the end of the day Monday, June 15, for pavement rehabilitation work that Maine Department of Transportation officials expect to conclude by Aug. 23. Resurfacing has alre...