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  • 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...

  • Correction

    A Yarmouth Police Beat item on Feb. 26 should have said Peter O'Donnell, 52, of Yarmouth, was summonsed on a charge of operating while his license was suspended or revoked. O'Donnell was not arrested.

  • Portland Public Library faces budget gap

    PORTLAND — In an attempt to keep services and staff at existing levels, the public library is requesting an approximate $118,000 increase in funding from the city.