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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BATH — Sam Hotchkiss and his team of programmers battle robots for a living, but they're not the kind you see in sci-»
SOUTH PORTLAND — For Chris Tyll, a former Navy SEAL and owner of Pat’s Pizza in Portland's Old Port, the only e»
BRUNSWICK — Coastal Enterprises' design for a new headquarters that will replace two Federal Street municipal buildings re»
SOUTH PORTLAND — “Ms.»
BRUNSWICK — A possible three-day shutdown of some municipal services, the opening of the new Town Hall, the search for a n»
The house I grew up in is nearly empty inside. Movers are coming to haul away what remains.»
YARMOUTH — It hadn't even been two days since the March 5 announcement that the U.S.»
Arrests 7/14 at 1:46 a.m.»
PORTLAND — A proposed school budget for fiscal year 2015 calls for a nearly 4 percent increase in spending and no cuts to »