BATH — The fifth Hot Chocolate Jubilee fundraiser next week comes at a crucial time for the financially strapped Chocolate Church Arts Center, where the impending layoff of Executive Director Roo Dunn was announced last week.
BATH – The City Council voted Jan. 7 to endorse an application for $150,000 in community development block grant funds to support improvements at the Chocolate Church Arts Center.
BATH — If you enjoyed the antics of Oscar and Felix, get ready for Olive and Florence.
PORTLAND — While opposition continues to the state's recent decision to move the offices of two social service agencies fr»
PORTLAND — The Portland Pirates hockey team, playing in Lewiston after negotiations for a new lease at the Cumberland Coun»
PORTLAND — For an hour Monday, a math class at Lincoln Middle School was a cacophony of squawking birds and moaning zombie»
PORTLAND — A Portland man facing charges for several sex crimes allegedly committed in Scarborough, and two people arreste»
YARMOUTH—The Yarmouth/Freeport girls' hockey team expected to be improved this winter, but this is something unexpected.»
PORTLAND — The city's new law legalizing the use of small amounts of marijuana took effect Friday, Dec.»
Arrests 11/27 at 8 p.m.»
Senior Mike Marzilli (second from right) recently received the first-ever William H.»
We all need to be realistic about what to expect if Freeport withdraws from Regional School Unit 5.»
PORTLAND — Sophie Raffel was adopted from Guangszhou, China, in 1995 when she was just 4 months old.»