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  • Gerzofsky, Priest to meet with constituents in Brunswick

    BRUNSWICK — State Sen. Stan Gerzofsky, D-Brunswick, and Rep. Charlie Priest, D-Brunswick, will hold public office hours on Saturday, Aug. 2, at the Little Dog Coffee Shop on Maine Street from 10 a.m.-noon.  Gerzofsky is serving his third term representing Senate District 10...

  • Confidence takes root at nomadic South Portland Farmers' Market

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The South Portland Farmers' Market, in its fourth year, third location, and on a new day, is getting mixed – but optimistic – reviews. The outdoor market, held Sundays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at City Hall, has unofficially attracted at least 100 customer...

  • City Council supports sound stage, balks at rezoning South Portland armory

    SOUTH PORTLAND — More than a dozen residents attended Monday's City Council workshop to discuss the fate of the former Maine Army National Guard Armory on Broadway at the foot of the Casco Bay Bridge. The workshop was prompted by a Cape Elizabeth resident's proposal to convert th...

  • Denning dedication

    Jordan Denning, brother of the late Hanley Denning, founder of Safe Passage, places a small stone inscribed with Hanley's name on it on a new memorial bench at Yarmouth High School on June 18. Friends and relatives of Hanley Denning helped dedicate the memorial and shared stories of her courage, com...

  • Commercial Street work could start next month in Bath

    BATH — Improvements to Commercial Street could begin by mid or late July, after the City Council and Maine Department of Transportation have approved a contractor to conduct the work, City Planner Jim Upham said Wednesday. He said three contractor bids were opened Wednesday morni...

  • Brunswick base redevelopers hope Congress backs no-cost transfers

    BRUNSWICK — The U.S. House of Representatives this week was expected to hear a bill sponsored by Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, that could help speed redevelopment of Brunswick Naval ...

  • Update: Bath library searching for new director, Goodwin named interim leader

    BATH — Patten Free Library Director Anne Phillips has resigned, effective Aug. 21. The library announced on Friday that Peter Goodwin, manager of the facility's Sagadahoc History and Genealogy Room, has been appointed interim director as of July 13. The library board ...

  • Baldacci reassures Brunswick councilors, Bowdoin College about Downeaster

    BRUNSWICK — Gov. John Baldacci last week reassured officials from Brunswick, Freeport and Bowdoin College about his commitment to the Amtrak Downeaster and the proposed extension of the passenger service. The meeting with Baldacci was sparked by concerns that the governor's suppo... 2

  • Farm assist: Doctor brings different specialty to Cape Elizabeth

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Trained as a pharmacist and a physician, Dr. Rodney Voisine spends much of his time as medical director of the operating room at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston and as co-founder of the Center for Weight Management and Wellness in Portland. During time of... 2

  • Despite referendum, residents continue lawsuit to block Cumberland credit union

    CUMBERLAND — Despite a landslide referendum vote approving a contract zone for a credit union on Main Street, residents Andrew Baca and Melissa Gattine are continuing their lawsuit to reverse the contract zone. Baca and Gattine own a home directly abutting the property, which was the...