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  • Portland man injured in Brunswick I-295 crash

    BRUNSWICK — A Portland man was seriously injured Thursday morning after losing control of his car on the exit 28 ramp from Interstate 295, Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland said in a press release. Christopher Doran, 35, suffered head injuries and was taken...

  • Scarborough council gives initial OK to Piper Shores expansion

    SCARBOROUGH — The Town Council granted unanimous preliminary approval Thursday to an application from Piper Shores requesting an amendment to its contract zone. The request to alter the zoning limits would allow the 138-acre oceanfront property to provide 28 assisted-living unit...

  • Heart-health ride

    The eighth annual Women's Ride for Health was held in Freeport on May 31, with five-, 10- or 25-mile rides for participants. More than 300 riders took part in the event, sponsored by the Bicycle Coalition of Maine. (Paul Cunningham photo)

  • Big turnout needed to change South Portland charter, get stimulus money

    SOUTH PORTLAND — Residents on Tuesday, June 9, will be asked to change the City Charter and borrow up to $3 million to replace a pump station near Long Creek. Both initiatives are being driven by city leaders trying to position the city to receive federal stimulus money being fun...

  • Once lost, Brunswick student finds her way to graduation

    BRUNSWICK — Part way through her junior year in high school, Nicole LaChance found herself mired in a place from which some kids never escape. LaChance was fed up with school, the drama, the snickering every time she raised her hand to ask a question.  Worse, LaChanc...

  • Bath Iron Works to lay off 67 workers by June 15

    BATH — Bath Iron Works President Jeff Geiger announced Monday that the shipyard would implement a series of temporary layoffs in multiple trades through the summer and fall due to a workload gap. Geiger said he cannot accurately predict the exact size and duration of the layoffs....

  • Brunswick base redevelopers contemplate capital campaign for marketing

    BRUNSWICK — As early as next summer, the redevelopers of Brunswick Naval Air Station could become landlords of parts of the 3,200-acre facility. The transfer of property will be an important step in the base's planned transition to the economic hub the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authorit...

  • Brunswick council postpones decision on train station lease

    BRUNSWICK — Citing a desire for public feedback, the Town Council on Monday postponed a decision that could make the town the master tenant of the train station and welcome center at the $23.5 million Maine Street Station project. Despite pushing the decision to its June 15 meetin...

  • Brunswick council juices grant application for power upgrade

    BRUNSWICK — In a decision that will likely disappoint some neighbors of a planned mixed-use development along Old Portland Road, the Town Council on Monday voted 8-1 to authorize a grant application that could upgrade power capacity to the site. The $50,000 Community Development ...

  • Brunswick voters to decide school budget on June 9

    BRUNSWICK — Voters will be asked to ratify a $33.4 million budget for the School Department on June 9.  The spending plan was adopted by the Town Council on Monday, but must be validated by voters under state law.  The school budget makes up 62 percent of the town's ...