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  • Maine joins regional coalition to lobby for Downeaster extension, faster speeds

    AUGUSTA — With the filing deadline to present rail projects qualifying for stimulus funding fast approaching, Gov. John Baldacci announced Monday that he has joined a coalition of New England governors to create a unified rail vision for the region. Six priority projects were iden... 1

  • Updated: Auburn developer confirms bid for Brunswick base housing

    BRUNSWICK — George Schott, the developer behind several commercial successes in Auburn, confirmed Friday that he is trying to purchase the 702 military housing units associated with Brunswick Naval Air Station.  Schott, who last summer purchased the former Atrium Inn & Convention...

  • 233 years young

    A crowd gathered near the entrance to Bug Light Park last Saturday to hear John Kierstead, dressed as Ben Franklin, read the Declaration of Independence from the front porch of the restored headquarters of the South Portland Historical Society on the Fourth of July. (Rich Obrey photo)

  • 22 South Portland graduates get scholarships from grassroots group

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Twenty-two high school graduates who would have otherwise gone without scholarships this year received some financial assistance, thanks to a local initiative launched in 2007. Pro...

  • Scarborough residents seek to buy former sludge dump

    SCARBOROUGH — A Tibbetts Road couple has expressed interest in buying a portion of a former sludge dumping ground owned by the town. Dennis and Susan Hall own 33 Tibbetts Road, the property that abuts the 69-acre lot that borders Saco. In a May 28 letter to the town, the Halls' attorn...

  • RSU 5 board cuts $86K from budget for Freeport, Pownal, Durham

    FREEPORT — Regional School Unit 5 directors trimmed their proposed operating budget by an additional $86,000 on Wednesday and sent the $23.4 million spending package to a second tri-town meeting on Tuesday, July 21. The School Board passed the slightly reduced budget 9-2, with Po...

  • Cape Elizabeth faces use-it-or-lose-it decision on $400K grant for town center traffic light

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Threatened with the loss of a $400,000 grant to install a traffic light in the town center, town councilors will meet with local and state transportation officials in a workshop Monday, July 13, at 6:30 p.m. The Town Council voted last month to postpone its decisi...

  • Changes on the way for Scarborough's Payne Road

    SCARBOROUGH — A committee organized to suggest ways to reduce and slow Payne Road traffic south of Haigis Parkway is expected to present its recommendations to the Town Council in August. Made up primarily of residents along that stretch of Payne Road, the committee has discussed man...