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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...

  • Triad forum is on healthy aging

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Cape Elizabeth/South Portland Triad will present a senior forum on healthy aging Thursday March 26 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Cape Elizabeth Fire Station at 325 Ocean House Road. The forum, "Healthy Aging, Naturally," will be presented by Dr. Janel Voelker and her team...


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  • Beach to Beacon Sign-up March 15

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Online registration for the 12th annual TD Banknorth Beach to Beacon 10K race will open at noon on March 15. Race organizers have expanded the field size to 6,000 participants this year – in increase of 500 runners – but expect spots to fill up even faster than last year's re...

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  • Cape's 'most complicated ordinance' moves forward

     Panel puts Shore Road home in business zone

  • Cape cautious on school budget, despite stimulus

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Although the state has announced that federal stimulus funds will be used to offset curtailments to local school budgets, Cape Elizabeth is moving forward cautiously with its fiscal 2010 budget.

  • Shore Road pathway would cost Cape $864K

    CAPE ELIZABETH — A cost of $864,000 was announced for the proposed Shore Road pathway project Wednesday, surprising pathway committee members who said they expected the price to be at least double that amount.

  • Championship souvenir

    Cape Elizabeth High School senior Alex Bowe, the regional tournament's MVP, cuts down the net in celebration after the Capers won the Western Class B boys basketball title Feb. 21 at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland. Story in Sports, Page 13. (Jason Veilleux photo)