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  • Letter: Save Main St. from what?

    I have been a resident of Cumberland for 17 years and am trying to understand the opposition to the establishment of a credit union on Main Street. I think "saving" Main Street from a credit union is a bit melodramatic. I don't quite know what we would be "saving" Main Str...

  • SAD 51 voters deadlock on school budget

    CUMBERLAND — School Administrative District 51 officials are expected to recount ballots after Cumberland and North Yarmouth voters combined for a tie in the school budget validation referendum Tuesday. There aren't many ballots to recount: turnout in both towns was around 10 perc...

  • Firefighter in sex abuse case charged with bail violations violating bail conditions

    NORTH YARMOUTH — A Cumberland and Portland firefighter indicted this month on charges of sexual abuse of minors was arrested again Saturday after allegedly violating conditions of his release.

  • Snowmobile club ready to hit the trails

    CUMBERLAND — After a month of flirting with snow, local snowmobilers are finally up to their handlebars with it. And with 20 inches on the ground after storms last weekend, the Moonlite Sno-skimmers – a snowmobile club in Cumberland and North Yarmouth – can finally kick their operations i...

  • Successful toy drive

  • SAD 51 pushes bond to next fall

    CUMBERLAND – The School Board announced Monday that it issued a second, short-term bond anticipation note to cover high school construction finances, rather than borrow long-term money this year. Because bond payments were calculated into the budget, School Administrative Distric...

  • Ice storm heroics

    Another ice storm; whether it rivaled the 1998 storm will be debated in the days to come. I was sitting in the dark Friday night with a flashlight, book and scanner. Without a scanner you don't realize everyone working during a storm. I want to extend a big thank you to the fire, rescue, publi...

  • Thanks, firefighters

    We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the brave firefighters and volunteers who responded to the fire at our house on Nov. 1. Your quick response, tenacious labor, and team work did not go unnoticed. We are extremely grateful for the search-and-rescue efforts made on our beha...