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.
CAPE ELIZABETH—The Cape Elizabeth boys' lacrosse team hasn't repeated as state champion since 2002-03.»
Arrests 3/17 at 9:53 p.m. Gedeon B.»
PORTLAND — After a quarter-century of serving meals to friends on Middle Street, Mary Ledue Paine has reached a bitterswee»
Arrests 7/14 at 1:46 a.m.»
The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad by 2016 could chug from Portland's eastern waterfront, above, to Gray, where the nonprofit compa»
CAPE ELIZABETH—Even when the wind and cold are conspiring against them, the mighty bats of the Cape Elizabeth softball tea»
BRUNSWICK — A proposed $36.2 million school budget for the next fiscal year, which already includes $700,000 in recommende»
Falmouth senior boys' tennis star Justin Brogan, a state singles finalist in 2011 and 2012, will attend and play tennis at Tufts»
Arrests 4/1 at 2:04 a.m. Matthew J.»