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  • Cape Elizabeth race less than a month away

    Mile markers for the Aug. 1 TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race went up in Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday, July 7, with the first one placed near the Inn by the Sea on Route 77. Public Works employees Josh Dennison, left, and Jason Emery placed the markers along the 6.2-mile race route, which stretches f...

  • Portland's minimum hourly wage to rise to $10.10

    PORTLAND — Despite a more modest recommendation from its Finance Committee, the City Council on Monday voted 6-3 to create a minimum wage for Portland workers of $10.10 per hour. The minimum will go into effect Jan. 1, 2016, increase to $10.68 in 2017, and be pegged to the rate of in...

  • Curtailment panel seeks input from Cape Elizabeth residents on Dec. 8

    CAPE ELIZABETH — School Board members Rebecca Millett and Kathy Ray were appointed Tuesday to an ad hoc committee that will help formulate ways to cope with the curtailment of school aid from the state. The committee was proposed after the Nov. 20 announcement by Gov. John Baldacci that $63 m...

  • Santa visits Bath, Brunswick

    Santa greets Loring, 3, and her dad, Scott Boak of Bath on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 28, courtesy of the Bath Fire Department.

  • Santa visits Bath, Brunswick

    Santa greets Loring, 3, and her dad, Scott Boak of Bath on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 28, courtesy of the Bath Fire Department.

  • Bath Planning Board continues Plant Home zoning talks to Dec. 15

    BATH — The Planning Board on Tuesday opted to continue its discussions on creation of a Plant Home Zone to a Tuesday, Dec. 15, meeting. By that time, City Planner Jim Upham said he expects to have provided the board with information about design standards for the zone.

  • Santa Claus is coming to Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH — Santa Claus will be arriving at one of the fire barns in Scarborough on Saturday, Dec. 5, and will then be escorted by fire truck to Town Hall for a 4:30 p.m. Christmas tree lighting ceremony. After lighting the tree, Santa will be available to meet children and find...

  • Santa Claus is coming to Scarborough

    SCARBOROUGH — Santa Claus will be arriving at one of the fire barns in Scarborough on Saturday, Dec. 5, and will then be escorted by fire truck to Town Hall for a 4:30 p.m. Christmas tree lighting ceremony. After lighting the tree, Santa will be available to meet children and find...

  • International students at SMCC look to translate experiences into a new language

    SOUTH PORTLAND — On Tuesday evening, a group of 11 international students at Southern Maine Community College were putting the final touches on their end-of-semester projects.  Over the next week, the students will visit elementary students in Topsham and give short speeches in t...

  • Government students in Cape Elizabeth to host a health-care reform discussion

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The high school Advanced Placement government class will host a panel discussion on health care reform Wednesday, Dec. 9. The event will take place from 7-8:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium at 345 Ocean House Road. The community is encouraged to...