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  • South Portland police chief, pot advocate debate legalization

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The possibility of marijuana legalization took center stage at a debate in the high school auditorium on Wednesday night. Both participants – David Boyer, Maine political director for the Marijuana Policy Project, and Chief Edward Googins of the South...

  • Cape candidates discuss library, gun club, schools

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Candidates for Town Council and School Board discussed a variety of topics Wednesday night in a Town Hall forum organized by the high school's advanced-placement U.S. government class. The two council candidates, incumbent Councilor Katharine Ray and Patty Grennon, a...

  • Museum educator to tell tales of Yarmouth's past

    YARMOUTH — The Yarmouth Historical Society spring lecture series will feature letters from the 1600s, stories from the 1700's, and drawings and artifacts cherished and handed down from Yarmouth and North Yarmouth residents. 1

  • Chain gang

    Abigail King, 7, center, her mother Tina and brother Gage, 5, join more than 80 other volunteers on Main Street in Freeport last Saturday for the 13th annual Hand to Hand Food Drive. The volunteers formed a chain, passing bags of nonperishable food items from First Parish Church to the Community Cen...

  • School chief search puts RSU budget on hold

    FREEPORT — Regional School Unit 5 has delayed its budget process because selection of a superintendent of schools has taken longer than planned.

  • Court denies Greenlaw Salvage appeal

    CUMBERLAND — A 2007 Town Council decision that denied a permit renewal for Greenlaw Salvage was upheld in Superior Court earlier this month.

  • Yarmouth senior housing looks to community for help

    YARMOUTH —  After providing affordable housing to independent seniors for 33 years, operators of Bartlett Circle are asking the community for financial help to help keep residents safe and secure.

  • Without revenue info, SAD 51 budget still in the dark

    2.98% spending increase proposed

  • North Yarmouth questions cost sharing; Cumberland fears 'civil war'

    CUMBERLAND — Adding to already high tension surrounding Cumberland's municipal budget, North Yarmouth officials have suggested that their town may not support continued cost sharing of library and recreation services.

  • Residents imagine Falmouth's future

    FALMOUTH — Organizers of last week's public meeting that addressed the future of town facilities say they were pleased by the turnout, input and involvement of the 140 attendees.