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  • Letter: Headline lacked sympathy for Falmouth family

    I was disappointed to see the front-page headline regarding a Falmouth house fire in the Nov. 20 Northern edition ("Police suspect bath salts ...

  • Letter: McLean grateful for re-election to Maine House

    I was honored and humbled to have been re-elected by the people of Gorham and Scarborough to represent Maine House District 27. I am deeply grateful for the faith and trust that you have placed in me. Since my first campaign for the Maine House in 2012, I have knocked on nearly 7,000 doors...

  • Letter: Re-elect Migliaccio in Freeport

    I encourage my neighbors in District 3 to re-elect Joe Migliaccio to the Freeport Town Council. Joe has been a persistent advocate for open-minded discourse and transparent leadership throughout his six years on the council. He is informed, genuine and decisive, upholding the integrity of the dec...

  • Letter: Migliaccio in Freeport District 3

    I have followed Joe Migliaccio's voting record as councilor in Freeport District 3 for many years. Joe takes time to consider, research and weigh the issues that affect not only our district, but Freeport as a whole. He brings courage and integrity to the many hours he devotes to his work.

  • Letter: Thanks from Yarmouth food pantry

    The amazing gardeners at the Yarmouth Community Garden produced a staggering 4,300 pounds of fresh, organic vegetables this season to share with our community. That’s over two tons of nutrition. This bounty was distributed throughout the community to provide healthy options to those in need...

  • Letter: Arno for Freeport Town Council

    I am pleased to support Katherine “Kate” Arno for the District 2 seat on the Freeport Town Council. We are fortunate to have such a talented candidate at a time when key decisions affecting the town’s future will have to be made. Kate has lived in Freeport for over 20 years, and...

  • Letter: Arno will bring quality to Freeport council

    Freeport’s election process is supposed to be a non-partisan exercise in selecting the candidate who best represents our own thoughts and ones who will participate in municipal government with clarity, integrity and maturity. Kate Arno, the senior manager/senior policy associate at ...

  • Letter: Freeport candidates must denounce vandalism

    I have been involved in the Freeport political scene since 1960 and have campaigned and been elected to office several times. I am appalled at the sign rage evidenced this year by supporters of some candidates in the Town Council races. The most egregious is the destruction of signs in the Distr...

  • Letter: Vote no on Question 1

    Please vote no on referendum Question 1. This law gives our town and city clerks the necessary time to verify the eligibility of our newly registered voters. We all know that we do not live in a fraud-free society. We also know that identity theft is on the rise. So let’s give our clerks ti...

  • Letter: Yes on 2 to invest in Maine's future

    Question 2 on the Nov. 8 ballot is all about jobs. If the referendum is approved, it will bring about 800 construction jobs to Biddeford to build a new race track, slots facility, destination hotel and restaurants. The entertainment complex will employ roughly 500 people after it’s d...