BATH — Projects in the city's densest residential zone that are built as smart growth and green developments could eventually be allowed to have higher densities than currently allowed, City Planner Jim Upham said this week.
PORTLAND — An ordinance that would require construction projects financed by the city to receive environmental certification will be considered by the City Council.
SCARBOROUGH —Workers began ripping up a water-damaged wood floor last week in Scarborough High School's Plummer Gymnasium.
Yarmouth senior Grace O'Donnell, the latest in a long line of Clippers girls' lacrosse standouts, will take her skills to Trinit»
Arrests 7/14 at 1:46 a.m.»
Falmouth's Gabrielle Cyr, a 16-year-old junior at Falmouth High School, is now the top-ranked women's junior compound archer in »
CUMBERLAND — “I remember hearing Barbara asking the first question and handing me the microphone.»
BRUNSWICK — When the Brunswick Development Corp.»
SOUTH PORTLAND — The sign at 729 Broadway hopes to strike up popular support.»
NORTH YARMOUTH — Suzanne Gray Woodward McGuffey, 66, died Feb. 21, two weeks after being diagnosed with cancer.»
SCARBOROUGH — Compromise could be on the horizon in the dogs-versus-plovers debate.»
Arrests 2/24 at 4:50 p.m.»
Arrests 2/26 at 11:13 p.m. Nancy E. Shaffer, 32, of Allen Street, Rangeley, was arrested on U.S.»