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  • Falmouth, Yarmouth take drama festival top honors

    Theater troupes from Falmouth and Yarmouth high schools took first place in Class A and Class B, respectively, at the finals of the Maine State Drama Festival. The annual event is "a strong tradition in the arts community," Dede Waite, director of the Falmouth Theatre Comp...

  • Annual fabric sale to benefit Safe Passage

    YARMOUTH — The second annual fabric sale to benefit Safe Passage will be held Saturday, April 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event, hosted by Meg Harpool and Alison Beyea, will take place at the First Universalist Church, at 97 Main St. The friends will share their designer remnant ...

  • Yarmouth students celebrate a year of green activism

    YARMOUTH — On a gray and misty Friday morning, students at Harrison Middle school donned green clothing and sandwich board signs to promote Green Streets Day, a day to travel by biking, walking, carpooling or taking public transportation. Last Friday marked the first anniversary o...

  • Bartlett Circle's future

    Thank you for the terrific article on Bartlett Circle in your March 19 issue. We are very proud of Bartlett Circle's 33-year history of providing a low-cost, comfortable residential community for Yarmouth elders. In fact, the Southern Maine Council on Aging says we're unique in that we run enti...

  • Yarmouth nomination papers available

    YARMOUTH — Nomination papers for the June 9 municipal elections are available at the town clerk's office at Town Hall.

  • Yarmouth senior housing looks to community for help

    YARMOUTH —  After providing affordable housing to independent seniors for 33 years, operators of Bartlett Circle are asking the community for financial help to help keep residents safe and secure.

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  • Senior Farmshare program applications available

    YARMOUTH — Starting March 4, Maine residents 60 years and Native American residents 55 or older can apply for the Maine Senior Farmshare program to provide up to $50 in free local produce during the summer growing season.