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  • Rising to the challenge at Brunswick Run for the Fallen

    The largest field of runners ever took part in the seventh annual Run for the Fallen at Brunswick Landing last weekend. The event honors the memory of 92 Maine service members who died in combat since 9/11.

  • Harpswell neighbors in dispute over dock

    HARPSWELL — A Gun Point couple are asking selectmen to reconsider approval of a neighbor's wharf that they say is too close to their own float and was not installed according to plan. In February, the Board of Selectmen approved a wharf application from Sean McCormack and Arthur Bran...

  • Grant advances Topsham waterfront park project

    TOPSHAM — With a $40,000 grant in hand, the town is another step closer to turning the vision of a waterfront park into a reality. The Board of Selectmen accepted the coastal planning funds from the Maine State Planning Office on Jan. 19. The panel also formed an ad hoc citizens comm...

  • Police search for missing Brunswick man

    BRUNSWICK — Police are asking for the public's help to find a man, believed to be schizophrenic, who has been missing for more than two weeks. Jason Reil, 33, was reported missing by his family on Jan. 25, but was last seen Jan. 12. Deputy Police Chief Marc Hagan described Rei... 1

  • Collaboration with city may clear way for Hyde School dorm in Bath

    BATH — The Hyde School's proposal to build a new dormitory will again go before the Planning Board on Tuesday, Feb. 7. The private high school's request for site plan approval was tabled last November after the board asked for more information on how Hyde would mitigate storm water...

  • Brunswick's Longfellow Days gets romantic in 9th year

    BRUNSWICK — Love, friendship and romance are the themes of the ninth annual celebration of Brunswick's famous poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The nearly month-long event, sponsored by the

  • South Portland Winter Festival postponed

    SOUTH PORTLAND — The Winter Festival planned for this weekend at Mill Creek and Thomas Knight parks has been postponed for two weeks. Lack of snow, uncertain ice conditions and temperatures expected to stay in the 40s for the rest of the week made the bulk of activities planned impos...

  • Cool carving

    Jeff Day of Ice Designs uses a chisel to to put the finishing touches on an ice sculpture in Post Office Park on Jan. 28 to mark the beginning of the Portland On Ice winter festival, which runs through Saturday.

  • Freeport High School lunch routine provides food for thought about renovations

    FREEPORT — Elbow room in the hallways leading to the cafeteria is in short supply as the lunch bell rings at Freeport High School. Table space is even more scarce – all 520 students take a 35-minute lunch break simultaneously and hallways, classrooms and the library are used fo... 1

  • Cumberland teen's voice takes him to Grammys

    CUMBERLAND — You might say Myles Nuzzi made a wise choice a few years ago when he decided to focus on his vocal skills. The 17-year-old Greely High School senior is among 30 students from around the U.S. selected to participate in the Grammy Camp-Jazz Session program in Los Angeles n...