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Greater Portland Benefits Books & Authors Holiday Book Sale, South Portland Public Library, 482 Broadway, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 24 & 25, children's books, raffles. Thursday... [Read More]
Sights and sounds of the season at center stage   The Chocolate Church Arts Center, located at 804 Washington Ave. in Bath, announces the 2017 Christmas schedule of... [Read More]
A select group of cross country runners from the city took part in the New England championship meet Saturday in Belfast. Deering's girls finished 21st... [Read More]
Cape Elizabeth senior Ryan Weare rushes for some of his 169 yards during the Capers' 35-13 win over Gardiner in Friday's Class C South Final.... [Read More]
Cape Elizabeth senior Brendan Tinsman, front row center, beams after signing his National Letter of Intent Tuesday afternoon to attend and play baseball at Wake... [Read More]
Cheverus senior Hannah Abbott, joined by her parents, Amy and Steve, her teammates and her grandfather, Walter Abbott, signs her National Letter of Intent Tuesday... [Read More]
FREEPORT — A brick found during a series of archaeological digs at the Freeport Historical Society suggests another dwelling, built prior to 1830, preceded the Enoch... [Read More]
FALMOUTH — The Town Council Monday approved a commission to help Falmouth and Windham improve the Highland Lake's water quality and fight a mysterious algae bloom.... [Read More]
YARMOUTH — A petition calling on the Town Council to endorse a code of conduct and ethics, and to create process for voters to recall elected... [Read More]
SOUTH PORTLAND — The recently created Ad Hoc Senior Advisory Committee has papered the city with about 600 "thank-you seniors!" signs in advance of mailing out... [Read More]
PORTLAND — Teacher Sally Reagan estimates she spends between $300 and $400 per year outfitting her classroom at Portland High School with necessary supplies. Sue Clifford... [Read More]
FALMOUTH — The Falmouth Land Trust has launched a GoFundMe campaign to help raise the remaining $20,000 needed to pay off its purchase of Hurricane Valley... [Read More]
The Town Council on Monday reversed its recent decision and will now allow farms to be used as commercial wedding venues. Councilors voted 4-2 to... [Read More]
PORTLAND — The Portland Kiwanis Club recently celebrated its 100th birthday, and though membership has declined in recent years, its president is confident the group will... [Read More]
PORTLAND — Maine Girls' Academy will expand to include seventh- and eighth-grade students beginning with the 2018 academic year, according to Amy Jolly, the head of... [Read More]
BRUNSWICK — The School Board voted unanimously Nov. 9 to implement an active-shooter response plan. The plan, known as ALICE, an acronym for "alert, lock down,... [Read More]
PORTLAND — Teenage girls interested in learning more about careers in science,  technology or engineering can connect with mentors in those fields, thanks to a new... [Read More]
Celebrating what it calls outstanding examples of historic preservation and revitalization, Maine Preservation presented annual awards to projects in Portland, Falmouth, Bath and Harpswe…... [Read More]
S. Portland councilor elected new head of MMA South Portland City Councilor Linda Cohen was recently sworn in as president of the Maine Municipal Association.... [Read More]
Former Brunswick boys' lacrosse standout Christian Glover, joined by his parents, Don and Laura Glover, as well as Billy Glennon, the coach at Phillips Exeter... [Read More]