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.
PORTLAND—After sitting idly for a week, then facing a visit from the team which has played it tougher than any the past co»
PORTLAND — The city's emergence over the last 25 years as one of the nation’s most vibrant and livable cities is no »
FALMOUTH — Four candidates are competing for two seats in the June 11 School Board election.»
Arrests 3/8 at 1 a.m.»
PORTLAND—If McAuley standout Allie Clement was good enough to be named first-team SMAA all-conference, a member of the all»
PORTLAND—Entering the pivotal final phase of its season, the Waynflete baseball team knew Monday's home battle with Wester»
I've known Michael Doyle for the last two years.»
Falmouth’s school enrollment is flat. Seventy percent of rising property taxes are appropriated to the school budget.»
SOUTH PORTLAND — The city's restaurant scene has been expanding throughout the spring, but city councilors are not always »
FALMOUTH — Voters in the June 11 Town Council election won't have many options, with three candidates seeking the three av»