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  • Annual craft show returns to Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH — More than 40 local artisans will gather at Camp Ketcha for the fifth annual Maine Crafts Guild Scarborough Show on Saturday, Sept. 13, and Sunday, Sept. 14, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m  Admission to the end-of-summer craft show at 336 Black Point Road is $6 for adults ...

  • Sagadahoc County says 'No More' to domestic violence

    BATH — The Sagadahoc County district attorney's office is joining the national No More campaign to end domestic violence. "It's a fairly recent national movement ... a new attempt at getting the attention (toward) ...

  • Portland seeks input on redesign of West End park

    PORTLAND — A West End park is being eyed for renovations and the city is looking for neighborhood input to help craft a plan for its future. Taylor Street Park, also known as MacIntyre Park, is tucked between Emery and May streets and includes a play area, benches and a basketball...

  • Portland leases old ferry terminal to state

    PORTLAND — The Maine Port Authority will take over operations at the city-owned International Marine Terminal, following approval Monday of a lease agreement by the City Council. The initial lease to the MPA is three years. The authority is expected to concentrate on capital impro...

  • Portland residents weigh in on school facilities study

    PORTLAND — Residents offered criticism and praise Monday for the findings of a nearly year-long study of public school facilities. Eight residents commented on the 143-page

  • Task force rejects Portland chain store restrictions

    PORTLAND — The task force created to research and recommend a course of action for the city on regulation of chain stores and franchise restaurants voted April 23 against imposing any restrictions. The Business Diversity Task Force rejected two proposals that would have placed the...

  • SAD 51 approves flat school budget for May election

    CUMBERLAND — The School Administrative District 51 board approved a flat school budget to go to public vote in May. The $28 million budget includes recently controversial cuts, such as eliminating dean of students positions at the middle and high schools, but addresses many citiz...

  • New summer hours for dogs on South Portland's Willard Beach take effect May 1

    SOUTH PORTLAND — On Friday, May 1, the new summer restrictions for dogs on Willard Beach go into effect. Those restrictions have changed from previous summers when dogs were allowed to run off-leash between 6 a.m and 9 a.m. From May 1  to Sept. 30, off-leash access f...

  • Incoming school chief holds community forums

    PORTLAND — The incoming superintendent of schools will begin holding community forums this week to introduce himself and probe the community about its vision for Portland's public school system. James Morse, who will become Portland's superintendent in July, has already met with ...

  • Man shot by Portland police identified

    PORTLAND — Police Monday afternoon identified a 26-year-old city resident as the man officers shot and killed Saturday night. David Okot, a Sudanese immigrant who has lived in Portland for at least a decade, was killed on Weymouth Street in the Parkside neighborhood Saturday at 7:...