Funds target neighborhood stabilization
CUMBERLAND — School Administrative District 51 officials are holding their breath as they wait for more information on the federal stimulus package, which some hope will offset the $350,000 curtailed from their budget earlier this year.
PORTLAND — The City Council was briefed Monday on local "shovel-ready" projects that could be funded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
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During my time serving in the Maine Legislature nothing has surprised me more than how quickly blatant misinformation can fester»
A pack of elite runners leads about 6,500 Beach to Beacon participants from the starting line Saturday, Aug.»
Knowing that bicyclists face a litany of auto-related dangers when they ride, and fully supporting the get-out-there-and-go path»
Former Greely baseball coach (and current Rangers assistant coach) Bob Anthoine, joined by his family, was inducted into the Mai»
Portland's Babe Ruth baseball team, featuring several players who will be attending Cheverus and Portland High schools, recently»
CUMBERLAND — The Planning Board on July 30 unanimously approved a proposed housing development along U.S. Route 1.»
I am a neighbor and friend of state Rep. Mike Timmons, R-Cumberland.»
Arrests 4/27 at 9:54 p.m. John R.»