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  • Brunswick change is coming

    Oliver Casey, 5, of Brunswick, helps the staff at Atlantic Regional Federal Credit Union pour contributed coins into a counter at the Brunswick branch on Friday, Feb. 27. The credit union and Gelato Fiasco combined to create a Curtis Memorial Library fundraiser where kids used empty gelato jars a...

  • South Portland rail yard sought for LPG terminal

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Rigby Yard could become the site of a liquid petroleum gas storage facility to serve Maine and much of southern New England.  NGL Supply Terminal Co., a subsidiary of Tulsa, Oklahoma-based NGL Energ...

  • Casino Beach woes prompt review of all parking rules in Cape Elizabeth

    CAPE ELIZABETH — A Police Department recommendation to review parking rules on one street in the Cape Cottage neighborhood has prompted the Town Council to initiate a review of all parking regulations in town. The Ordinance Committee will discuss the issue through November, when i...

  • Humidity forces repairs to new floor in Scarborough High School gym

    SCARBOROUGH — Scarborough High School's new wood floor in Plummer Gymnasium is on the mend after high humidity caused it to swell and buckle, a flooring company representative said Wednesday. Installers from Connor Sports Flooring laid the new floor in March, after water from a bu...

  • Topsham to use grant for architectural survey

    TOPSHAM — The town will soon conduct an architectural survey of its historic district, thanks to a grant from the Maine Historic Preservation Commission. The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Aug. 6 to award the work to Topsham resident Scott Hanson, who runs Hanson Historic P...

  • How his garden grows

    Norm Steele, a master gardener and Scott Gardener of the Year, explains the process of proper composting to visitors during the Backyard Locavore Tour offered by the Univeristy of Maine Cooperative Extension on Aug. 8. Steele opened his Cumberland garden to the public with guided tours and shared so...

  • Falmouth resident nominated to college board

    FALMOUTH — Merle Nelson was renominated Monday by Gov. John Baldacci to the Maine Community College System Board of Trustees. For more than eight years, Nelson has served as a court mediator for district courts in Cumberland and York counties. A former state representative from Po...

  • Yarmouth's Henry Fest a chance to celebrate life, music and family

    YARMOUTH — What began as an intimate thank-you party for friends and family has grown into an all-day event for hundreds of people to celebrate summer, good music, local food and of course, friends and family. The initial Henry Fest was held in 2004 and was created to thank the f... 1

  • Brunswick Planning Board OKs design of Maine Street Station inn

    BRUNSWICK — The Planning Board Tuesday unanimously approved the design and landscaping plan for a 60-room inn included in the $23 million Maine Street Station development. JHR Development, which considers the inn the centerpiece of the project, had originally proposed an 80-room ...

  • Back-seat drivers get their day at Topsham Fair

    TOPSHAM — You may loathe backseat drivers, but they come in quite handy at the Topsham Fair, where the Back Seat Drivers Contest was among the events that returned to the fair in its 155th year. Participants had to drive a golf cart around a course as fast as they could, running ove...