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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...

  • Short Relief: Escape from New York

    Contrary to advice, I drove into New York City the evening of Sunday, Dec. 26. I couldn’t help it. We had seven tickets to "Phantom of the Opera" at the Majestic Theater and they weren’t cheap. Given the prediction of snow, we decided to head into the city early so as to have...

  • Global Matters: Maine's economic answer isn't in the rear-view mirror

    As the global economy slowly recovers from financial meltdowns of the past several years, it’s becoming clear that certain conditions, once thought to be temporary, have become the new normal, and certain trends will continue, giving rise to a new economic landscape. Gasoline prices ...

  • Letter: Garden proposal suits South Portland

    Once again South Portland is in the position to expand it’s reputation as a place one wants to live in because of it’s many unique assets. I’m referring to the efforts of a new organization known as the Community Garden Collective to develop neighborhood community garden sites ...

  • Letter: South Portland should back garden at Hamlin

    I strongly support the community garden that would be located on the grounds of the former Hamlin School. When we moved to South Portland last year, my first project was to make room for a front-yard vegetable garden. Our neighbors were first curious, then intrigued, and ultimately excited by t...

  • Letter: Liberal backlash threatens gun owners

    I am constantly amazed at the liberal view of gun ownership and our Second Amendment Rights. (See last week's letter by a North Yarmouth liberal.) A “crazed lone gunman” – most are found after the fact to have given off many clues as to their mental instability &ndas... 1

  • Letter: Falmouth should reconsider open-space vote

    Something unusual happened at Falmouth’s Town Council meeting on Monday, Jan. 24. The council voted 4-3 to approve an amendment to our land use ordinances which reduces the open space percentage significantly in all of Falmouth’s conservation subdivisions. This vote was in spite of... 1

  • Letter: Beem smacks it out of the park

    I don’t always see eye-to-eye with Edgar Allen Beem, but two of his recent articles have clearly addressed what has been on my mind. “Enough with whining about taxes” and “The embarrassment in the Blaine House” have been home runs. Why are people bowing down t...

  • Letter: PSO performance disappoints

    Your article on composer Elliot Schwartz was very informative, but I noticed you did not critique “Diamond Jubilee.” I will. It was hard to tell which was worse – the slide show or the “music.” It was supposed to be music, wasn’t it? Isn’t music...