A photo on Page 9 of the June 10 edition of The Forecaster should have identified Heather Muzzy as valedictorian of the Deering High School Class of 2009.
Last week's story about a hotel proposed on the Maine Wharf should have said the developer does not want to spend $300,000 to $400,000 without assurance the project will have a contract zone.
Last week's Forecaster Forum by Paul Mills incorrectly identified the former Portland City Councilor who unsuccessfully defended the Cumberland Club's exclusionary policies in 1969. The councilor was Dr. William MacVane.
PORTLAND—Entering the pivotal final phase of its season, the Waynflete baseball team knew Monday's home battle with Wester»
PORTLAND—If McAuley standout Allie Clement was good enough to be named first-team SMAA all-conference, a member of the all»
FALMOUTH — Four candidates are competing for two seats in the June 11 School Board election.»
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PORTLAND — After nearly two hours of public testimony, after protests and petitions, and after a rejected attempt four mon»
YARMOUTH — The Town Council has approved a $32.7 million combined town and school budget.»
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BRUNSWICK — The Institute for Family-Owned Business, in partnership with the law firm Verrill Dana, announced winners»
Falmouth’s school enrollment is flat. Seventy percent of rising property taxes are appropriated to the school budget.»
Arrests 5/11 at 11 p.m. Jeffrey J.»