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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...

  • Not your typical family heirloom

    Bomb squad called to Falmouth to destroy Civil War cannon ball FALMOUTH — A routine visit to the Police Department Monday quickly morphed into an episode that could rival some action films – with a plot line that Stephen Ryder and his wife, Helga, of Edgewater Road, will...

  • Falmouth principal: Education drives kindergarten change

    FALMOUTH — Parents crowded into a classroom and settled into the small chairs at Lunt Elementary School on Tuesday evening to talk with Principal John Flaherty about his decision to switch all kindergarten classes to a 2.5-day schedule next fall. Under the new plan, Flaherty exp...

  • Sweet thanks

    Penny Dennison examines Girl Scout Cookie selections last Saturday at Family Ice Center in Falmouth with the help of Maddy LePage, left, and Elizabeth Babcock before deciding which ones she will buy to send to troops in Iraq. The goal of the "Buy a Box for Our Soldiers" program run by Cumb...

  • 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...

  • Falmouth teacher a semi-finalist for award

    FALMOUTH — A second-grade teacher at Lunt School has been named a semi-finalist for Maine Teacher of the Year. Kevin Grover is one of six teachers to be selected from the Maine Department of Education's initial 14 nominees. Grover and the other five candidates were selected by a r...

  • Living the life of a 'mazek'

    New autobiography recounts life of Rabbi Harry Z. Sky FALMOUTH — Sitting in his comfortable apartment at the Oceanview Retirement Community in Falmouth, Rabbi Harry Z. Sky is surrounded by a lifetime's collection of artwork that includes Native American Inuit sculpture,...

  • Falmouth

    Arrests 3/20 at 6:55 p.m. Barbara McHugh, 46, of Brackett Street, Portland, was arrested by Sgt. Frank Soule and charged with operating under the influence with three-plus priors. Summonses There were no summonses during the period report...

  • Kindergarten parents upset about Falmouth schedule change

    FALMOUTH — Plans for a 2.5-day public school kindergarten program next fall that eliminates the option of five half-days aren't sitting well with some parents. Educators at Lunt School piloted the new program, which requires two full days and one half day, last school year with ...