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  • Brunswick, Bath, Topsham, Harpswell prepare Memorial Day events

    BRUNSWICK — The communities of Topsham, Brunswick, Harpswell and Bath have a full morning of events planned for Memorial Day, Monday, May 25. Topsham and Brunswick's joint parade will begin assembling at the Topsham Municipal Building on Main Street at 8 a.m. The parade will begin...

  • Memorial Day observances planned in Falmouth, Freeport, Cumberland, Yarmouth

    FALMOUTH — The towns of Freeport, Yarmouth, Falmouth and Cumberland will celebrate Memorial Day with traditional parades, music and ceremonies on Monday, May 25.

  • Bath to use EPA funds for petroleum contamination assessments

    BATH — The city will use a $200,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to assess petroleum contamination. "We have some sites that we've identified as potential sites," said Al Smith, Bath's community development director, adding that owners of those sites would...

  • Brunswick power upgrade expected to bring out business park foes

    BRUNSWICK — A proposal to build a business park on Old Portland Road has been dead for nearly nine months. But the fight over development of the 114-acre parcel lives on. That was apparent Monday night, as business advocates spoke in favor of a $50,000 Community Devel...

  • New managers prepare Chebeague inns for new season

    CHEBEAGUE ISLAND — After being shuttered for the winter, things are moving again at the Chebeague Island Inn. The dress code includes work boots, carpenter jeans and loose T-shirts: there's movement on the porch, where clear storm curtains are going up over the dining room windows...

  • Dept. of Education: Pause not an option for Freeport-Pownal-Durham RSU

    FREEPORT — Although some residents of Regional School Unit 5 want to pause the Freeport-Pownal-Durham school consolidation process for a year, state Education Commissioner Susan Gendron said Monday night that the only legal action the School Board can take is to move forward with an operating...

  • 'Kindness Garden' honors memory of Falmouth Middle School counselor

    FALMOUTH — Lois Murphy's life was marked by kindness and dedication. And flamingos. A guidance councilor at Falmouth Middle School for 23 years, Murphy, who lived on Cousins Island, helped many students through difficult times in their lives and emanated a positive, c...

  • Freeport budget retains emergency dispatch, at least temporarily

    FREEPORT — After exploring the possibility of consolidating emergency dispatch services with the county, town councilors on Tuesday night assured residents there will be funding for local dispatch in next year's budget. But the reprieve may be short-lived. Councilors scheduled mee...