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  • Portland street studies center on better connnections

    PORTLAND — West Commercial Street and Tukey's Bridge are not physically connected. They are connected in concept, though, as a study group seeks public opinion on how both of them can better serve pedestrians and bicyclists.

  • After a wooly start, Portland company expects fleecy future

    PORTLAND — In this case, getting fleeced will have its benefits. Former City Councilor and School Board member Dory Waxman, now the owner of Old Port Wool & Textile Co. at 52 Danforth St., said she is expanding the business with the help of her son, Ben Waxman and former Brian Bo...

  • Freeport town manager offers recommendations to fill $366K budget gap

    FREEPORT — Residents may be focused on a proposal to consolidate dispatch services as a way to save money, but Town Manager Dale Olmstead has provided other options to fill a $366,000 gap in the operating budget for fiscal year 2011. In a document posted on the town Web site, ...

  • Yarmouth's draft 2010 Comp Plan rolled out for public viewing

    YARMOUTH — A draft version of the 2010 Comprehensive Plan has been ...

  • Higher calling

    University of New England senior Katie Cormier stuffs insulation into a second floor crawlway, during a student-led work effort at a Habitat for Humanity house on West Street in Freeport on Feb. 25. Cormier was one of several UNE students that opted out of traditional Spring Break activities in o...

  • Legislators to Brunswick school officials: Prepare for the worst

    BRUNSWICK — The School Board met with the town's legislative delegation Feb. 25, a week after the board's chairman blamed the contingent for doing too little to curb an estimated $2.8 million cut in state aid. The work session was scheduled to discuss ways to deal with the projected ...

  • Morse High student's play takes stage at One Act fest

    BATH — A Morse High School student's play about a dying woman and her daughter is hitting the stage during the Regional One-Act Play competition this weekend. Madelaine Whalen's play, “Make Believe,” will begin at 8 p.m. Friday, March 5, at Windham High School. Whale...

  • Labor Dept. announces $2.5M in aid for Brunswick base workers

    BRUNSWICK — About 400 workers affected by the 2011 closure of Brunswick Naval Air Station will receive re-employment services, thanks to a $2.5 million grant awarded by the federal Department of Labor. The funds, awarded through the National Emergency Grant program, was touted by U.S...

  • Balance sought to protect working waterfront during Portland Harbor rezoning

    PORTLAND — About 100 people turned out Tuesday night to hear a panel of marine industry and tourism experts discuss the competing needs facing the heart of Portland's waterfront. The panel discussion is the first of two meetings scheduled for this week, as the Planning Board consider...

  • Cumberland voters narrowly approve $4.5M bond to repair Route 88

    CUMBERLAND — By just 26 votes, residents on Tuesday approved a $4.5 million bond to improve Route 88, upholding a Town Council decision from last December. Voter supported the bond 941-915 during Tuesday’s referendum. Thirty-two percent of Cumberland’s registered vot...