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  • South Portland plan visualizes Mill Creek makeover

    SOUTH PORTLAND — In an informal public forum Thursday night that included free pizza, the draft Mill Creek Master Plan was presented to about 15 members of the public who were, in turn, encouraged to be candid with their criticism. The master plan for the area, which extends fro...

  • Portland leaders fire back at LePage claims of aid mismanagement

    PORTLAND — City Democrats and social services leaders came out swinging Friday morning, saying a recent state audit claiming the city mismanages its General Assistance program is part of a “coordinated attack” by Maine’s Republican governor and his administration. S...

  • Cumberland students, historians collaborate to bring town history to Web

    CUMBERLAND — A historian by training, Prince Memorial Library Director Thomas Bennett takes every chance he can to preserve and organize Cumberland's past. While his staff holds down the fort day to day, Bennett spends much of his time on things like compiling the

  • Falmouth council approves fire station grant bid, but seeks lower cost

    FALMOUTH — The Town Council has asked staff to cut back on plans to renovate Fire Station 4, even as it voted unanimously to approve an application the Fire Department made a month ago for federal stimulus money to help fund the $1 million project. Requesting nearly $500,000 throu...

  • Eagle lands

    While tourists explore the U.S. Coast Guard tall ship Eagle in Portland Harbor on Aug. 1, the ship's weekend visit was a special treat for local Sea Scouts, who boarded the Eagle at sea as it arrived on July 31. Alex Whittemore, left, of Scarborough; Dylan Price of Scarborough; Matt Tasarz of Portla...

  • Falmouth mom embraces 'Liver Life Challenge'

    FALMOUTH — On Sunday, Aug. 9, 10,000 runners will be competing in the 37th CIGNA Falmouth Road Race held annually in Falmouth, Mass. The field for the seven-mile race along the coast of Cape Cod runs the gamut, from world-class athletes hoping to win, to local running enthusiasts hoping to f...

  • Updated: Brunswick council makes Brown top choice for town manager

    BRUNSWICK — Gary Brown, Brunswick's acting town manager for the last seven months, is now one step away from becoming the town's chief executive.  The Town Council announced Brown as its consensus choice for the town manager position Wednesday night after a closed-door session. The ...

  • Maine Turnpike Authority holds hearings on 10-year plan

    PORTLAND — The Maine Turnpike Authority will hold public hearing next week on a draft version of its 10-year capital improvement plan. Meetings were held this week in Auburn and Gardiner. Residents of greater Portland will get a chance to offer feedback on Tuesday, Aug. 11, at th...

  • Freeport BBQ hopes to light a fire under lobster industry

    FREEPORT — Buck's Naked BBQ will add lobster to its menu to support and promote local lobstermen and celebrate the lobster industry. The celebration will take place Friday, Aug. 14 with an outdoor lobster dinner to benefit the Maine Lobster Promotion Council. Wendy Caisse, co-owner of

  • Freeport neighbors hope for the best as Wolfe's Neck Farm loses cattle

    FREEPORT — With the last cattle scheduled to leave Wolfe's Neck Farm by September, neighbors hope the next farmers will reinvigorate the agricultural operation and keep the farm vibrant. The farm is actively seeking an independent agricultural replacement to run an operation by next summer. ...