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  • Letter: Martin's Point plan will increase local traffic

    I am concerned by the Martin’s Point proposal for the development of the Hamlin School property on Route 77, at the intersection with Sawyer Street, in South Portland. My daughter attends preschool at Casco Bay Montessori School on the corner of Parrot Street and Route 77. We often walk to ...

  • Capitol Notebook: No more help for immigrants? No more 'phantom ballots'?

    Lewiston Mayor Robert McDonald surprised some observers at a legislative hearing last week with a comment he made about Somali residents in his city. The combative mayor has in the past been critical of the influx of Somali refugees who have settled in Lewiston. But at the hearing, ...

  • The Universal Notebook: Honor code or inquisition?

    As someone who is on record as believing that what a student does on his/her own time is none of a school’s business (The Universal Notebook, June 22, 2009), I am pleased to see that a Yarmou... 3

  • Short Relief: In the arms of Victor Harry Frank Jr.

    On my mother’s mantel, there used to be an old black-and-white photograph. Taken in the summer. From the beach. Looking out to sea. In the foreground, two figures are wading into the surf together. Wearing matching madras bathing trunks. One is a large, powerfully built, young man. T...

  • Letter: Varney understands Falmouth

    Falmouth voters need to look at Faith Varney, who is running for a Town Council seat this June. Faith has proved her dedication to the positive welfare of the town by her involvement in so many organizations. She was voted Citizen of the Year in 2007. She has been teaching music in the schools fo...

  • Superintendent's Notebook: Budget fog lifts, batteries recharged

    The Portland Public Schools budget overwhelmed my life from January through March. My work days began before dawn and often continued until midnight. I awoke thinking about subsidy figures and drifted to sleep reviewing staffing numbers in my head to be sure they were exactly right. The ...

  • Letter: Support Varney for Falmouth council

    Falmouth will be electing three town councilors in June. I urge you to join me in supporting Faith Varney. Faith is eager to continue her work for our town. Falmouth and its children have enjoyed the fruits of her labor as a long-term educator. We are quick to rave about our schools. Be rem...

  • Letter: Horch for Brunswick representative

    As the 2010 election season picks up speed , I would like to invite Brunswick residents to join me in supporting Fred Horch in his campaign for the Maine House of Representatives in District 66. Fred is a local small business owner, a husband and father, and member of the Maine Green Indep...

  • Letter: Varney for Falmouth council

    I am writing in support of Faith Varney for Falmouth Town Council. She is a hard worker, very articulate and caring about Falmouth and all its citizens. Faith has a logical mind and will bring common sense to the workings of the Town Council. You know her as the Falmouth Citizen of the Year in...

  • Letter: Falmouth should choose Varney

    I have been a resident of Falmouth for nearly 20 years, yet only recently have I started to take a serious interest in my town's politics. I was busy working, life happens, and for many years I abdicated my right to express my opinion on issues that face our community. But that has changed...