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.
FALMOUTH — Town Landing Market, a Foreside fixture since the late 1800s, will be sold next week after almost 20 years unde»
CAPE ELIZABETH — While most 15-year-olds get summer jobs at grocery stores or pizza places, Nat Jordan has decided to do s»
PORTLAND — The big rollers are coming to town, courtesy of the Professional Bowlers Association, and Charlie Mitchell is r»
BRUNSWICK — Advocates and opponents of a proposed railroad maintenance and layover facility presented arguments to th»
SOUTH PORTLAND — Saturday, March 21, was the last day for Tony's Donut Shop, the popular bakery at 1095 Broadway.»
SOUTH PORTLAND — The faculty leadership team at South Portland High School was expected to make a decision by the end»
SOUTH PORTLAND — Public outcry has begun over program and staff cuts proposed in next year's school budget.»
Arrests 3/19 at 11:09 p.m. Brian D.»
Two weeks ago I left Maine with my family for an extended visit to Hawaii – my adopted second birthplace.»
Several local boys' soccer players enjoyed the trip of a lifetime with the Seacoast United U-16 team last month as they traveled»