SCARBOROUGH — The company responsible for the bulk of recent development along Haigis Parkway is requesting financial help from the town.
SCARBOROUGH — A special Town Council meeting has been called next week to discuss a request for financial assistance from the company behind much of the development boom on Haigis Parkway.
Falmouth High School graduates Allie and Cooper Lycan are cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.»
BRUNSWICK — Imagine an online marketplace like Craigslist, except you can see every seller's real name and nearly everyone»
FREEPORT — A standing-room-only crowd spent nearly three hours debating the town's potential withdrawal from Regional Scho»
SOUTH PORTLAND — In ceremonies lasting about 40 minutes Monday, City Councilor Jerry Jalbert was unanimously elected to a »
CAPE ELIZABETH — To the dismay of local residents and drivers from around the area, the days of the town's gas wars appear»
Gov. Paul LePage has pretty much made mockery of his “People before Politics” slogan.»
Lynn Noyes, of Falmouth, leaves furnishings store Dwellings with a gift for her new grandchild.»
CUMBERLAND — The School Administrative District 51 Board of Directors voted 7-1 Monday, with one abstention, to transfer N»
FREEPORT — On Cyber Monday, while holiday shoppers scoured the Internet in search of deals, Paula Truman, spirits director»
Arrests 7/14 at 1:46 a.m.»