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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: Stop the madness, vote for Thomas

    The old definition of insanity has applied to Maine electoral politics for too long. People keep doing the same thing and expecting a different result. Continuing to send the same Democratic Party majority to the Legislature in Augusta while expecting they will somehow stop drowning Maine&rsquo...

  • Letter: Serious support for Woodbury

    The times are tough, and the issues require solutions. As Maine goes so goes the nation, which gives me great optimism because we live in a great state and state Senate District 11 has a great candidate in Dick Woodbury. Dick is rare candidate who listens and engages with his fellow citiz...

  • Letter: Pingree's deserves re-election

    Chellie Pingree has a proven track record in Washington, and in these tough economic times we need an experienced representative who’s also a compassionate listener and a tireless advocate for the people of Maine’s 1st District. We know where she stands on the issues that are unique t...

  • Letter: South Portland school cost is too high

    Over the past several years the citizens of South Portland have been asked to approve an expensive new high school project on a few different occasions. The people voted no every time. Since this issue is on the ballot again, the School Board must not understand why people have voted it down ea...

  • Letter: Students, homeowners need SPHS renovation

    South Portland High School is at risk of losing its accreditation and the city cannot delay renovations any longer; we are in the 11th hour and this is it. One reason we pay taxes is to educate our children so they can get a good job in the future. It is a waste of all taxpayers’ money if ...

  • Letter: Don't be deceived by S.P. High School plan

    Like most voters in South Portland, I agree that the high school needs to be renovated. However, the proposed plan is not a renovation; it is a wasteful, financially irresponsible 50 percent expansion. The project includes 170,129 square feet of new construction and a net increase of 104,364 sq...

  • Letter: Out with the old, in with the new

    As I read all the political ads there is an overwhelming similarity with the incumbents. They all tell us how many things in the government are wrong and how much needs to be done. Well I submit to all that are reading this that what really needs to be done is, vote them out. These people create...

  • Letter: South Portland needs renovated high school

    I am writing in support of the South Portland High School renovation project. I recently toured the high school and I would encourage anyone who doubts the need for repair to take a tour as well. I saw cracks in the exterior walls, windows that I wouldn’t have in my home and asbestos thr...