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  • Abby's Road: My hope for happiness

    She ran with a soft smile on her face, her footfalls quiet, her toes pointed. Every third step, she leaped off the ground, raising her hands above her head and extending her fingers with a dancer’s grace. Back and forth, back and forth, back and forth, her cadence seemed to be putting her i...

  • The Universal Notebook: The fine-art confidence game

    A Portland art gallery has the local art scene buzzing over the propriety of charging artists to exhibit their work. That battle was fought and largely won by the Union of Maine Visual Artists back in the 1980s, when artist-activist Carlo Pittore led the charge against museums and gallerie...

  • Letter: Governali is good for Cape government

    We are fortunate to have the opportunity to support Councilor Frank Governali for Town Council. Frank has an extensive background in finance and a proven record of actively and successfully supporting Cape Elizabeth in a variety of public and private matters. Among other things, he served, or i...

  • Letter: Re-elect Cornell du Houx

    As a teacher in the Brunswick school system, I have seen state Rep. Alex Cornell du Houx work hard for our children and urge you to re-elect him.  As his record shows, he has been a tireless advocate for Brunswick and for Maine. At a debate he discussed a measure that he is proposing ...

  • Letter: Scontras for U.S. Congress

    In the race for the 1st Congressional District seat, the contrast between incumbent U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree and challenger Dean Scontras could hardly be starker. Whatever the voters were expecting, Chellie Pingree has turned out to be one of the most liberal members of Congress. Pingree ...

  • Letter: Cape Elizabeth needs Governali on council

    Please consider casting your vote to re-elect Frank Governali to the Cape Elizabeth Town Council. Last year, Frank ran to fill a vacant one-year term on the council. During this time, the council started down the path on some important initiatives that will be crucial to the future of Cape Elizab...

  • Letter: Now is time to renew SPHS

    If you want to keep your taxes low now is the time to finance the renewal of the South Portland High School. Inflation was 1.1 percent over the last 12 months ending in September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. In January 2006 the Consumer Price Index was 4 percent. The city could be ...

  • Letter: Votes for Cutler won't be wasted

    Like many voters, I want my vote to count toward making Maine a prosperous, vibrant state with a great educational system, a positive business environment, an affordable health-care system, a balanced budget, reasonable taxes and plentiful job opportunities. The only gubernatorial candid...

  • Letter: Russell for South Portland City Council

    South Portland voters have important choices to make on Nov. 2, and one of them is choosing among the candidates for two open City Council seats. Don Russell is the hands-down best candidate to fill one of those seats. His commitment, grasp of the issues and understanding of competing prioritie...

  • Letter: Send Foster to Augusta

    A mailer promoting the candidacy of Anne Graham in House District 109 raised a question in my mind as to its accuracy. One statement that has me questioning her accuracy is the mention that she has been active with the American Legion. As commander of the American Legion Anderson-Mayberry Post N...