SOUTH PORTLAND — Elected officials in South Portland, Portland, Scarborough and Westbrook are hoping state lawmakers will expand a tax incentive program designed to lure more businesses to the state.
SOUTH PORTLAND — Knightville businesses are getting aggressive and creative in the face of an economic slump that's leaving empty storefronts and vacant apartments in the downtown business district.
BRUNSWICK - Economic Development Director Mathew Eddy announced his resignation last week, leaving the town with a second significant staff vacancy as it rolls into next year.
The teacher who performed my daughter’s kindergarten screening was a college friend of my mother’s.»
PORTLAND—Waynflete's senior class tasted bitter defeat in two state championship games, then, last spring, returned the Fl»
BRUNSWICK — Next year, there will be many new faces at Brunswick High School, but none of them are likely to draw as much »
BRUNSWICK — The Town Council on Monday authorized negotiations for the sale of the downtown Recreation Center, which could»
PORTLAND—After sitting idly for a week, then facing a visit from the team which has played it tougher than any the past co»
FALMOUTH — Four candidates are competing for two seats in the June 11 School Board election.»
Arrests 4/30 at 1:49 a.m. Katherine L.»
SOUTH PORTLAND — City Councilors on Monday approved the $43 million school budget for fiscal year 2014, and scheduled a Ju»
Falmouth’s school enrollment is flat. Seventy percent of rising property taxes are appropriated to the school budget.»
SOUTH PORTLAND—South Portland's first ever boys' lacrosse win over Kennebunk was worth the wait.»