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  • Online vehicle registry adds Harpswell

    HARPSWELL — Residents can now renew their motor vehicle registrations online. The service, known as Rapid Renewal, is offered through the secretary of state's website. It allows residents to renew their registrations via the Internet by connecting municipal and state governments thro...

  • Harpswell considers creating public access to private beach

    HARPSWELL — The town is considering public access to Cedar Beach, a private beach used by sunbathers and beachcombers. The Board of Selectmen is expected to discuss establishing a history of public access to the Bailey Island

  • SAD 75 board budget vote set for May 14; laptop computers on tap

    TOPSHAM — The School Administrative District 75 Board of Directors is scheduled to vote on a fiscal 2010 budget at its Thursday, May 14, meeting. In the meantime, public budget forums are scheduled to be held at the Bowdoinham Community School on Tuesday, May 5, and at Woodside E...

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  • The young men and the sea

    Fishing is their love, sport, teacher, livelihood

  • Bath Road house fire not suspicious

    BRUNSWICK – A fire that occurred Saturday night rendered a single-family home at 418 Old Bath Road uninhabitable, although the house can be repaired, Fire Chief Clark Labbe said Monday. No one was hurt in the fire, which was reported around 10:30 p.m. Labbe said the f...

  • Long Cove opening divides diggers

    HARPSWELL - The decision to reopen Long Cove to full-time clam harvesting is generating debate between shellfishermen calling for stricter resource management and diggers who say they need the income right now.