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.
CUMBERLAND — Don Richards would rather not talk about the accident that nearly killed him.»
CUMBERLAND—If it's hard enough going against the talented players who make up the Greely volleyball team, then it's virtua»
PORTLAND — A Bar Harbor couple claim they were illegally arrested in the city May 24 after observing and attempting to rec»
SOUTH PORTLAND—Portland's field hockey team saved its best for last Thursday afternoon and as a result, reinserted itself »
BRUNSWICK — The committee writing the town's new zoning ordinance will hold additional public hearings in response to crit»
Richie Ashley, who took over a nascent, non-competitive Cheverus girls' basketball program and took the Stags to the brink of th»
CAPE ELIZABETH — In an attempt to create global citizens and increase proficiency, Pond Cove Elementary School is now»
BRUNSWICK — Several Dunning Street residents were left homeless Wednesday when the Fire Department declared their apa»
The MBNation 8th grade girls' basketball team, featuring two girls from the city of Portland, Elizabeth Donato and Laura Holman,»
CAPE ELIZABETH — The town is asking a federal judge to dismiss part of a lawsuit brought by Verizon Wireless after the com»