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  • Bath Iron Works union sues shipyard over job ‘reallocation’ plan

    AUGUSTA — The largest union at Bath Iron Works has sued the shipyard, alleging the company violated its contract with the workers by seeking to modify job descriptions outside of a formal contract negotiation. “There are more than 100 changes and additions to people’s job...

  • Portland orders building inspections after tenant dies in fall from porch

    PORTLAND — The death Wednesday of a Cumberland Avenue man prompted a city inspection of the apartment building where he lived, City Hall spokeswoman Jessica Grondin said Thursday. Donald Stain, 53, of 563 Cumberland Ave., was smoking a cigarette on a second-story porch when the raili...

  • A man with a story to tell

    Maine's District 19 Rep. Seth Goodall, D-Richmond, visits Dike Newell Elementary in Bath on Tuesday morning to read to Wanda Brown's 1st grade class. Here, Goodall reads one of his mother's favorite books, "Michael Recycle", by Ellie Bethel. He spoke with the children about the work he is doing ...

  • South Portland PD, Sen. Bliss: Plate scanner compromise too restrictive

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A bill regulating the use of automated license plate scanners is being called too restrictive by South Portland police – the first in Maine to test the technology. The plate readers use cruiser roof-mounted cameras that can read license plate numbers on pa...

  • Rate hikes eliminate projected savings from S. Portland street light reduction

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Like several other municipalities last year, South Portland wanted to reduce its budget by eliminating street lights where they were not needed. After an extensive public process, the city darkened 107 lights along major transportation arteries, expecting to save nea...

  • Bath council hears plan to tackle city’s flooding issues

    BATH — A plan is in the works to minimize flooding issues plaguing several areas of the city. Public Works Director Peter Owen and Stephen Dyer of Ransom Environmental Consultants on Wednesday recommended to the City Council a prioritized series of projects, which are intended t...

  • Finally, it's Falmouth

    Falmouth seniors Ryan Rogers (center) and John Roberts (right) along with their teammates celebrate a long-awaited Class B championship Friday night in Bangor, following the Yachtsmen's 72-65 overtime win over Camden Hills. More in sports, page ? 1

  • Auction and concert to benefit Freeport Historical Society

    FREEPORT — To help raise money for the Freeport Historical Society, Grammy award-winning pianist Paul Sullivan will perform a benefit concert at the Freeport Community C...

  • Regional School Unit 5 bus drivers keep their jobs while budget discussions continue

    FREEPORT — The Regional School Unit 5 board of directors voted Feb. 24 to retain bus transportation services for one more year. The decision means the district will not replace the district-owned buses and drivers with a privatized transportation company, despite facing a projec...

  • Kid-designed playground to be installed at Redbank in South Portland

    SOUTH PORTLAND — It's been years in the making, but the Redbank Village will finally get a new playground for neighborhood children. The City Council on Monday approved $55,000 in federal grant funding for the new playground, which will be located next to the Redbank Community Center...