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  • The Universal Notebook: The trouble with trains

    The Amtrak Downeaster passes behind my house every day. I’m glad that it does. Passenger rail service north of Portland is a good thing and it’s no bother at all. It only takes 15 seconds from the time you hear it coming until it’s gone and even the whistle blast for the Sligo R...

  • Abby's Road: The problem with pants

    “Do you want to wear pants today?” “Sometimes it’s fun not to wear pants!” “You take your pants off right now!” Hi, I’m Abby, and I’m a potty-trainer. The subject is my son, who will be 3 in September. Neither one of us ca...

  • Letter: Murry for Falmouth School Board

    Mainers lament that our children go or stay away post education, settling elsewhere to make their living. Chris Murry Jr. has chosen to return to Falmouth to live his adult life and begin his career in Maine. Further, he hopes to participate civically by being elected to the Falmouth School Boa...

  • Letter: Re-elect Perfetti in Cumberland

    I support Michael Perfetti for re-election to the Cumberland Town Council . As president of my condominium association, I have appeared before the council and found Councilor Perfetti to be willing to listen and take initiative to understand all aspects of an issue before casting his vote. I also...

  • Letter: Miller for Falmouth School Board

    I would like to endorse Marna Miller as a candidate for the Falmouth School Board. It has been my good fortune to have known Marna for over five years, and during that time she has proved to be an enthusiastic advocate for her children's education. Marna has always taken a great interest in the...

  • Letter: Keep Falmouth library in mind

    Lately, there have been many conversations in Falmouth about the viability of libraries in general and the need for more space at the Falmouth Memorial Library in particular. These discussions are essential for an informed voting public. It is equally critical that the following points are part...

  • Letter: Re-elect Payne in Falmouth

    Please join me in supporting Tony Payne for his re-election to the Falmouth Town Council. His ability to keep a large audience informed, engaged and encouraged to participate in the process has been extraordinary. Rarely a week goes by that there isn't something in my e-mail in-box from To...

  • Letter: Re-elect Perfetti in Cumberland

    I am writing in strong support of Mike Perfetti for re-election to the Cumberland Town Council. Mike has earned my support thanks to his pragmatic, common-sense approach to issues before the council. Mike carefully considers the facts, engages all points of view and reaches out to constit...

  • Letter: Ramsay for Yarmouth Water District

    I urge Yarmouth voters to cast their vote on June 8 for Patricia Ramsay for trustee of the Yarmouth Water District. The Water District is a little scrutinized public-private entity that is responsible for providing clean water to our community. These services come at considerable cost to ...

  • Letter: Lovely lawn isn't worth the price

    Gardening season is here and we are faced with the question of whether to use lawn chemicals. As a former environmental chemist, I have a heightened understanding of toxins and would like to disclose insight into the hazards of pesticides and herbicides. The most alarming issue is mislea...