BATH — Attendance was light Wednesday evening at the final public hearing on plans for a new Woolwich Central School, leading some advocates of the project to hope that the small turnout was a sign of silent support.
WOOLWICH — After wading through a lesson on the Pythagorean Theorem, a small group of Mt. Ararat Middle School students got to put it to use by swinging mallets and raising a timber frame structure.
BATH — Voters in Regional School Unit 1 will go to the polls March 25 to decide whether a new school should be built in Woolwich.
Mid-Coast Masters swimmers from left, Mike Hurd, Ben Morse, Fred Pierce, Katrine Alcaide, David Vail and Jessie Alcaide&nbs»
FALMOUTH — Town Landing Market, a Foreside fixture since the late 1800s, will be sold next week after almost 20 years unde»
Professional bowler Chris Barnes lets one roll Sunday at Bayside Bowl in Portland during a two-day team event featuring 40 profe»
SOUTH PORTLAND — The state Department of Transportation started making safety upgrades on Monday to a two-mile stretch of Inter»
Two weeks ago I left Maine with my family for an extended visit to Hawaii – my adopted second birthplace.»
PORTLAND — The big rollers are coming to town, courtesy of the Professional Bowlers Association, and Charlie Mitchell is r»
CAPE ELIZABETH — While most 15-year-olds get summer jobs at grocery stores or pizza places, Nat Jordan has decided to do s»
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Nancie Atwell, founder of the Center for Teaching and Learning in Edgecomb, has received the first Varkey Foundation Global Teac»