FREEPORT — As a result of a Town Council decision made in December, Freeport's vernal pool identification project will kick off Monday, Feb. 23, with volunteer training at the Freeport Community Library.
FREEPORT — There are more than 600 properties along the coast of Freeport that could be affected by state-mandated changes to shoreland zoning regulations.
FREEPORT — The Planning Board will meet Wednesday, Jan. 7, to continue a discussion about updating the Comprehensive Plan.
PORTLAND — After a quarter-century of serving meals to friends on Middle Street, Mary Ledue Paine has reached a bitterswee»
CAPE ELIZABETH—Even when the wind and cold are conspiring against them, the mighty bats of the Cape Elizabeth softball tea»
Arrests 3/17 at 9:53 p.m. Gedeon B.»
BRUNSWICK — Alan Klapmeier had good timing.»
The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad by 2016 could chug from Portland's eastern waterfront, above, to Gray, where the nonprofit compa»
Arrests 7/14 at 1:46 a.m.»
PORTLAND — Terminal leases are approved, tickets are on sale, and this week the new ship that will ferry passengers to Yar»
Robert Freson, a Belgium-born photojournalist who now lives on Bailey Island, is seeking a future home for his collection.»
BATH — A musical that arguably helped change many people's views about the Vietnam War and the flower-power generation did»
CAPE ELIZABETH — Nearly a dozen people this week objected to a concept plan for a village green next to Town Hall.»