PORTLAND — A wharf owner hoping to get permission from the city to build a waterfront hotel and other tourist-centered amenities met with the City Council Monday to discuss the likelihood of getting permission for such a project.
Last week's story about a hotel proposed on the Maine Wharf should have said the developer does not want to spend $300,000 to $400,000 without assurance the project will have a contract zone.
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Falmouth’s school enrollment is flat. Seventy percent of rising property taxes are appropriated to the school budget.»
PORTLAND—Entering the pivotal final phase of its season, the Waynflete baseball team knew Monday's home battle with Wester»
CUMBERLAND — After deadlocking earlier this month on paying for school security equipment that had already been installed,»