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  • Falmouth seeks stimulus money for improvements to fire station

    FALMOUTH — The town has applied for federal stimulus money to help fund a $1 million renovation and addition to Fire Station 4 on Winn Road. The request is for just under $500,000 through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Falmouth would match the funding with $500,000 fr...

  • Letter: Appreciation for Falmouth voters

    To all Falmouth Voters, thanks for making the time to take an active roll in your local government. Approximately 1,400 of you ventured into the rain or voted absentee to have your voices heard. A special thank you to the 341 of you willing to support a new, independent voice as your represen...

  • Residents say Falmouth ignores public concerns on workforce housing

    FALMOUTH — Some residents say the town is failing to provide information about workforce housing just as the Town Council is about to consider committing more money to the project. "We are not looking to rally the troops and be against the town, but every time we have questio...

  • Falmouth hopes to boost METRO ridership as bus service expands

    FALMOUTH — The town and the METRO bus system will roll out the Falmouth Flyer's expanded route and new schedule on May 11. The service will increase during morning and evening commuter hours to include Johnson Road, Route 88 and Depot Road. The Legislature recently ap...

  • Falmouth delays decision to close fire station

    FALMOUTH — Despite assurances from the fire chief that closing Pleasant Hill Fire Station would not jeopardize the level of service to the area, town councilors Monday postponed making a decision on its future until their May 11 meeting. They did, however, unanimously approve the ...

  • Falmouth council election attracts 4 candidates; School Board uncontested

    FALMOUTH — Four candidates have returned nomination papers for the Falmouth Town Council election this spring. Fred Chase, of 5 Stagecoach Road, and Mark Soule, of 42 Johnson Road, will challenge two incumbents, Chairman Will Armitage and Vice Chairman Joe Wrobleski. Armitage and ...

  • Falmouth cook stirs kitchen hobby into gold

    FALMOUTH — Though she calls herself "a bit of a rookie" when it comes to cooking contests, Mountain Road resident Jessie Grearson has already proven herself a serious contender. In just two years, Grearson has won or placed in more than half a dozen contests, earning se...

  • Ready to roll

    An Easter Egg is nestled in a tree trunk as a group of 9- to 12-year-olds await the hunt at Falmouth Congregational Church last Saturday Morning. The annual event attracted about 150 eager participants. (Matthew DeLorme photo)

  • Electrical issue caused Falmouth fire

    FALMOUTH — The state fire marshal determined Wednesday morning that a house fire Tuesday afternoon was caused by an electrical problem. Falmouth Fire Chief Howard Rice Jr. said the fire started under the basement stairs of the 130-year-old farmhouse at 206 Gray Road. The fir...

  • Owner: Ricetta's strong despite bankruptcy filing

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The owner of Ricetta's Brick Oven Pizzeria said he expects the South Portland and Falmouth restaurants to emerge intact after seeking bankruptcy protection. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February because it was unable to sufficiently re...