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  • Film about Cape-Rumford rivalry to debut at Waterville festival

    SOUTH PORTLAND — A documentary film telling the story of two very different Maine towns and their people will have its world premiere at the Maine International Film Festival in Waterville. "The Rivals" was filmed by Lone Wolf Documentary Group of South Portland and Hollywood. The...

  • Officer graduates with highest-ever score

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Police Officer Rory Diffin graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy's basic law enforcement training program last month at the top of his class. Diffin, a one-year veteran of the department, was one of 53 graduates of this year's program, and earned the h...

  • Cape budget hearing set for Monday

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Town Councilors will hear budget feedback from the public Monday, April 13, during a public hearing on the municipal and school budgets. Debate is expected, especially surrounding the school budget and a proposal to move emergency dispatch services out of Cape.

  • Community Services bridges Cape budgets

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The quarterly Community Services brochure just arrived in mailboxes across Cape Elizabeth, offering classes from lawn care to ballroom dancing, soccer camp, dance camp, and a Fort Williams walk.  But Community Services offers more than what's shown in the brochur...

  • Cape Elizabeth

    Arrests There were no arrests. Summonses 4/4 at 4:45 p.m. Belinda Parker, 42, of Congress Street, Portland, was issued a summons on Spurwink Avenue by Officer Eric Fay on a charge of operating after suspension. Bottle driv...

  • Subsidy cut leaves $500K hole in Cape Elizabeth school budget

    CAPE ELIZABETH — If the state subsidy to schools is approved as currently proposed for fiscal 2010, the School Department will lose more than $500,000 in funding compared with this year's budget. The subsidy is proposed by the state at just below $2.6 million. The total school exp...

  • Power plant

    Warren Roos of Kettle Cove Road was the first to install a residential wind turbine in Cape Elizabeth after ordinance changes last year. Since November, Roos said, it has generated 40 percent of the home's electricity.

  • B2B sign-up woes part of 'industry-wide phenomenon'

    CAPE ELIZABETH — A few hundred complaints about this year's TD Banknorth Beach to Beacon 10K race registration have been resolved, according to race President David Weatherbie. The online registration on March 15 filled up in a record 105 minutes, meaning some runners trying to r...

  • Cape Elizabeth

    Arrests There were no arrests or summonses during the reported period. Fire calls 3/24 at 10:07 p.m. Fire alarm, Quartz Knob Road. 3/26 at 5:19 a.m. Manpower, Philip Road. EMS The re...

  • 10 Cape students suspended after alcohol charges

    Teenagers charged at Maine Drama Festival  CAPE ELIZABETH — Ten Cape Elizabeth High School students have been suspended, school officials said, after a group was charged with underage drinking at the Maine Drama Festival Class B finals on March 21 at Rockland District High...