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  • Cape Elizabeth residents represent in Freeport

    Edwin Jackson, 63, left, and Robert Stier, 57, both of Cape Elizabeth, chat as they pedal the 40-kilometer bike portion of the Lobsterman Triathlon on Saturday, Sept. 19, in Freeport. Jackson finished third in his age group, and Stier finished sixth in his.

  • Clowning at the Clam Fest

    Shriners' clowns brought smiles to young spectators along the route of the 44th Yarmouth Clam Festival parade on Friday, July 17. (Paul Cunningham photo)

  • 3 legs are enough

    Kali Feehan and cousin Nya competing against cousins Jacob and Kristen in a three-legged race at the Brunswick July Fourth family event sponsored by the town and the Brunswick Rotary. (Keith Spiro photo)

  • How a case of mistaken identity made it to print

    Last week I wrote a story about Stephen D. Cardelli Jr., a 50-year-old South Portland pilot who was killed when his plane crashed in New Hampshire on June 13. But I made a an error, and it was a big one. My story confused the criminal drug conviction of Stephen D. Cardelli Sr....

  • Small voter turnout elects Portland Charter Commission members

    PORTLAND — A small percentage of voters turned out Tuesday to elect members of a commission that will make recommendations that could significantly change the face of city government. Just 3,519 of the city's 49,086 voters – or 7.17 percent – cast ballots to elect nine represe...

  • Happy Bah-thday

    The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust (BTLT) and Crystal Spring Community Farm will hold their annual New Lamb Day Open House from 1:00 to 3:00 on Sunday May 31 at Crystal Spring Farm located at 277 Pleasant Hill Road in Brunswick. Farmer Seth Kroeck said 70 lambs were born during th...