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  • Residents urge Portland to keep multicultural, business officials; school budget in council's hands

    PORTLAND — Two positions targeted to be cut in the city's proposed budget received strong support Tuesday evening from members of the public, who told the Finance Committee both jobs are vital. Residents weighed in on the $196 million fiscal 2011 city budget proposed by City Manager ...

  • Yarmouth High School honor code lawsuit dismissed

    YARMOUTH — A federal lawsuit that accused Yarmouth High School administrators of violating a student's constitutional rights after they punished her for allegedly breaking the school's honor code has been dismissed. Michael J. Waxman, the lawyer for a 16-year-old high school jun... 1

  • City Hall error leaves Muslim center out of compliance with Portland zoning

    PORTLAND — The city's granting of the wrong permit two years ago is likely to stall plans of the Maine Muslim Community Center to purchase its Anderson Street building. The center is a nonprofit organization in the East Bayside Neighborhood. According to the city attorney, Gary Wood,...

  • Cumberland council stands by permit fee requirement for youth lacrosse event

    CUMBERLAND — The Town Council voted unanimously on Monday, with Councilor Mike Perfetti absent, to issue a permit for a boys youth lacrosse jamboree. The town late last year lowered the threshold requiring a mass gathering permit from at least 1,000 people – players a...

  • Bath celebrates spring with Mayfair weekend

    BATH — The City of Ships rings in spring this weekend with its annual Mayfair festival. A yard sale will be held Saturday, May 1, featuring more than 40 participants, a Big Tent Sale downtown, maypole dancing and other attractions. The Big Tent Sale, where merchants will ...

  • Portland hires sustainability coordinator

    PORTLAND — The city's new sustainability coordinator, charged with creating policies and projects to advance energy conservation and efficiency, climate change initiatives and environmental sustainability, will begin his job May 10. The city received nearly $685,000 in federal Energy...

  • Old Cumberland photos sought for history project

    CUMBERLAND — Thomas Bennett led a tour through Cumberland’s history during Monday’s Town Council meeting, with a pictorial presentation of the people and places of yesteryear. The Prince Memorial Library director said his presentation was an outgrowth of the Maine Co...

  • Rosa Scarcelli: Political 'newcomer' with old-fashioned connections

    Editor’s note: This examination of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rosa Scarcelli by the non-profit Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting is part of a series examining the claims and records of some of the leading candidates for governor. PORTLAND &m... 1