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  • Optimism, caution as SAD 51 awaits stimulus info

    CUMBERLAND — School Administrative District 51 officials are holding their breath as they wait for more information on the federal stimulus package, which some hope will offset the $350,000 curtailed from their budget earlier this year.

  • Falmouth program monitors elderly residents

    FALMOUTH —The heavy, wet snow that characterized the Sunday, Feb. 22 storm incapacitated many businesses, closed schools and delayed residents by knocking out power to much of the area.

  • Freeport council names finance director

    FREEPORT — The Town Council Tuesday night unanimously voted to accept Abigail Yacoben as the new financial director to replace departing director Gregory L'Heureux.

  • Portland council confirms Craig as police chief

    PORTLAND — The City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved James Craig's appointment as police chief.

  • Portland school chief sees 'small increase' in spending next year

    Proposed budget eliminates more than 20 positions

  • Repeat after me

    Deering's girls' basketball celebrates its second successive Class A state championship Saturday night at the Augusta Civic Center. The Rams beat Messalonskee 49-34. More in sports, page (???). (Brian Beard photo)

  • Portland police host poetry reading

    PORTLAND — Poems in a local police calendar that garnered national attention earlier this year will be the subject of a reading and discussion March 5.

  • Welcome to snow

    There was no activity, or people, at the baggage claim area of the Portland International Jetport on Monday. Several flights were cancelled and many others were delayed because of Monday's snowstorm, which dumped over a foot of snow on the region. (Michael Barriault photos)