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 the doors lock, you have 60 minutes to find your way out.»
Arrests 6/20 at 6 p.m.»
There is an old Scottish proverb with more than a little Biblical linkage: “Confession is good for the soul.” Always»
PORTLAND — When Kirkley Lowe was 17, he realized something: he wasn't going to graduate from Casco Bay High School.»
FALMOUTH — The design for expansion of Falmouth Memorial Library has changed slightly, but the function remains the same.»
PORTLAND — About 18 hours after the four members of the City Council Finance Committee opposed the new $225 million munici»
NORTH YARMOUTH — It was a document born against the bloody backdrop of war, when America pronounced itself independent of »
PORTLAND — The contentious development process for the Portland Co. complex at 58 Fore St.»
PORTLAND — Joan Mary (McCullum) Gilbert, 85, died peacefully on June 23, surrounded by her family.»
Back in 1993, in response to a ballot-tampering scandal, Maine voters imposed term limits on members of the Legislature.»