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  • Proposed historic tag adds to Portland Co. complexity

    PORTLAND — The contentious development process for the Portland Co. complex at 58 Fore St. could soon include an added level of oversight. On June 24, the Historic Preservation Board recommended placing most of the 10-acre parcel owned by development partnership CPB2 and principals J...

  • North Yarmouth offers discounted defibrillators to businesses

    NORTH YARMOUTH — The town has kicked off an initiative geared toward reducing heart damage, boosting survivability, and enhancing the quality of life for people who experience a heart attack, stroke or sudden cardiac arrest. The town was designated a HeartSafe community in March, acc...

  • Time to give up on school consolidation?

    Since its passage in 2007, Maine's school consolidation law has been the subject of much debate, from parents at school board meetings to lawmakers in Augusta. Now Mainers will decide whether or not to repeal the law, which appears as Question 3 on the Nov. 3 ballot. The law was designed to re...

  • Same-sex marriage veto question tops ballot

    The question topping Maine's Nov. 3 ballot asks voters whether or not they want to repeal the same-sex marriage law passed earlier this year. Though Maine was the fifth state to legalize same-sex marriage, it was the first where the Legislature approved the measure and it was signed by the gov...

  • Scarborough council approves TIF for Route 1 project

    SCARBOROUGH — Town councilors on Wednesday unanimously approved a tax increment financing agreement with a developer who intends to rework a vacant Route 1 building into office space. The council also voted 5-1 to oppose Question 2 on the statewide November ballot, which would re...

  • Miles of smiles

    Lisa Kostopolous, right, of The Good Table restaurant, serves a salad using fresh apples and walnuts as part of the third annual 20-Mile Meal on Oct. 4 at Turkey Hill Farm in Cape Elizabeth. The fundraiser for Cultivating Community has area chefs prepare dishes using meat, seafood and produce raise...

  • Bath to undertake annual Comp Plan updates

    BATH — The multi-year process of revising a Comprehensive Plan long in need of updating is now a thing of the past. The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday night for annual reviews of the plan beginning in 2011. The most recent update, which the council adopted Sept. 2, cal...

  • Volunteers sought for Scarborough Marsh clean-up

    SCARBOROUGH — Several organizations and the town are asking for volunteers to help during the annual fall clean-up of the marsh and beaches. The effort will take place at various sites on Saturday, Oct. 10, from 9 a.m. to noon. After the clean-up, workers are invited to a free gui...

  • South Portland city councilor: TABOR II a 'dangerous fantasy'

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council voted unanimously Oct. 5 to oppose Question 4 on the statewide referendum ballot, the second so-called Taxpayer Bill of Rights. TABOR II would essentially freeze state and local government budgets at the current level, allowing growth at the same ...

  • Out on the town

    Iszi Mickunas, in sunglasses and tiara, and friends Morgan Quigg, left, Elise Martin, Diana McLeod Abbie Hinchman and Tess Hinchman, all 12, celebrated Iszi's 13th birthday in downtown Bath on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 3, by dressing up as Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's." Iszi's parents, ...