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.
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YARMOUTH — Whether its genesis is divine, driven by demographics, or the result of religious sibling rivalry, a new church»
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SCARBOROUGH—Those who think that opening game results are meaningless had that opinion validated big-time Wednesday evenin»
SOUTH PORTLAND — The City Council unanimously approved an approximately $8 million capital improvement program budget»
Bless the Maine People’s Alliance and Maine AFL-CIO for seeking a referendum vote on raising the minimum wage.»
Arrests 11/14 at 12:04 a.m.»
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BRUNSWICK — A local business is one of 15 finalists in a nationwide competition for entrepreneurs who develop product»