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  • Portland family escapes Deering Avenue fire

    Portland firefighters battle a house fire at 40 Deering Ave. on Tuesday morning, Sept. 16. Four residents escaped without injury, but one cat was killed.

  • Portland police probe residential burglaries

    PORTLAND — Police are seeking help in solving a series of burglaries in the Libbytown and University of Southern Maine neighborhoods last week. Lt. James Sweatt said the same perpetrator is suspected in nighttime break-ins at homes on Craigie, Woodmont, Bolton and Frances streets, an...

  • Freeport teacher helps children learn the value of giving

    FREEPORT — Laugh and Learn preschool teacher Wendy Marstaller turned an idea into reality 13 years ago when she inspired business owners, children and parents to pass donated food hand to hand along Main Street.

  • Sturdivant Island film headed to Miami competition

    CUMBERLAND — For some, a two-day foray to the Casco Bay islands is a retreat from everyday mainland life. For Michael Panenka and a handful of colleagues, an island adventure last August was an intensive immersion in what they do every day on the mainland.

  • Cumberland fire, EMS to merge under proposed budget

    CUMBERLAND — Town fire and rescue services will merge July 1 if the Town Council approves a proposed 2010 budget.

  • Credit union OK'd for Main St. in Cumberland

    Opponents hope to force a referendum vote

  • Bean curtails expansion, faces potential layoffs

    FREEPORT — Maine retail icon L.L. Bean is feeling the economic squeeze.

  • Falmouth teens compete for $50K prize

    FALMOUTH — Like a well-oiled, albeit ecologically friendly machine, members of the Emission Commission at Falmouth High School have churned out a wealth of information designed to educate middle school students.

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  • Handling the hardware

    Anya Pakulski, left, Haley Rice and Emily Bolles of the North Atlantic Figure Skating Club guard the medals while waiting for the judges to tally the results of the Masters competition at the 2009 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships last week at the Cumberland County Civic Center. The Falmouth-b...