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WINDHAM — Two experienced legislators are vying to represent part of Windham in House District 24.  Democratic incumbent Rep. Mark Bryant is being challenged by Republican... [Read More]
WINDHAM — An incumbent Republican is looking to win reelection to the District 25 seat covering part of Windham, and his Democratic opponent, a former high... [Read More]
WINDHAM — A second, expanded outside review of concerns raised within the Windham Public Works Department is larger in scope than the first but similar in... [Read More]
WINDHAM — The chairwoman of the Town Council thinks it's time for the town manager to retire and indicates the council could fire him if he... [Read More]
WINDHAM — He's made a career singing songs about alligators in elevators and loving mud, and after more than three decades entertaining Maine children and parents... [Read More]
WINDHAM — The ballot is set for Windham's November municipal elections, and a former Town Council chairman is looking to make a comeback in a three-way... [Read More]
STANDISH — The Town Council appointed an interim town manager this week, nearly two months after firing its previous manager. Councilors voted 6-0 on Sept. 11... [Read More]
STANDISH — Members of the Standish Town Council may occasionally bark at one another in disagreement, but they're all in favor of accepting a $25,000 private... [Read More]
NEW GLOUCESTER — A key House Republican and former family physician-turned Democratic candidate are competing for the open District 20 Senate seat this fall. Voters in Auburn,... [Read More]
He's made a career singing songs about alligators in elevators and loving mud, and after more than three decades entertaining Maine children and parents alike,... [Read More]
The non-profit that has purchased the former Opportunity Farm plans to turn it into a residential facility for young people ages 10-21 with severe disabilities,... [Read More]
NEW GLOUCESTER — Only one of the candidates for House District 65 says she is related to a former U.S. President, but the two women squaring... [Read More]
WINDHAM — Raymond has officially informed the Maine Department of Education and RSU 14 of its vote to start the school withdrawal process, and Windham officials... [Read More]
GRAY — The Town Council has authorized the purchase of a nearly $1.3 million firetruck, approved spending $375,000 for three new public works dump trucks, and... [Read More]
GRAY — Two local Girl Scouts have earned a scouting award and praise for their work on a project to create veterans-only parking spaces at several... [Read More]
WINDHAM — A draft agreement for the school district to lease space in the town's new shared vehicle maintenance facility was presented to both the Windham... [Read More]
WINDHAM — There's no doubt about it: adulting can be hard.  But thanks to a new course being offered at Windham High School this year, students can... [Read More]
GRAY — The new principal at James W. Russell Elementary School is a familiar face in the Gray-New Gloucester school district.  Danny Blake, who started in... [Read More]
WINDHAM — Some Land of Nod residents are shaking their heads at a proposal to build a 35-unit cluster subdivision off their road.  The proposed housing... [Read More]
WINDHAM — A town councilor said an initial third-party review into concerns raised within the Public Works Department was "sabotaged" and called the council a "snake... [Read More]
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