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PORTLAND — A second public meeting on safety and traffic challenges along the Maine Turnpike will be held 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, at Maine Turnpike... [Read More]
Mariel Cotter of Westbrook, left, introcuces James Stone to a rooster at an "Old McDonald's Farm" exhibit Monday at the Cumberland County Fair. The 146th... [Read More]
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PORTLAND — A property tax and rent relief program for city residents 62 and older is scheduled for an Oct. 2 first reading by the City... [Read More]
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PORTLAND — The Maine Marathon is more than just another road race along scenic byways with medals given out to the fastest runners. It's also an... [Read More]
Residents with comments, ideas or concerns about town business – who'd rather air their views in a relaxed, quiet setting as opposed to on camera, in... [Read More]
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With this first full week of autumn, four of southern Maine's arts producers are launching their 2017-2018 seasons. In musical theater, venerable Portland Players opened... [Read More]
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Portland's Lydia Stein plays the ball during the Bulldogs' 0-0 home tie with South Portland Saturday morning.Cheverus' Bella Booth plays the ball during last week's... [Read More]
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A strike was averted Sept. 23 when the Bath Marine Draftsmen Association ratified a new a labor agreement with Bath Iron Works. Nearly 78 percent... [Read More]
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So why the sudden mania to address long-standing moral ambiguities of American history? Short answer: Donald J. Trump. Monuments to Confederate generals are toppling all... [Read More]
"What is your opinion of the performance of Representative Paul Quinn?" asked the recorded voice on the phone. "Press 1 if you approve. Press 2... [Read More]
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The political left has been talking forever about doing away with Columbus Day and now they've gone and done it. Several Democrat-dominated cities and towns... [Read More]
Edgar Allen Beem rarely writes anything I agree with and his column, "Dreamers are Americans," fails to disappoint. This typical tirade makes two things very... [Read More]
The Tiny House Appendix that is being considered in the proposed Maine Uniform Building and Energy Code is a bad idea. Take the tiny house... [Read More]
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Portland senior Griffin Foley and Windham junior Stuart Salom battle for a ball in the end zone during Saturday's regional final rematch. The Eagles dropped... [Read More]
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Yarmouth senior Sara D'Appolonia (13) is congratulated by classmate Eva Then after scoring one of her three goals in the Clippers' decisive 7-0 home win... [Read More]
YARMOUTH—Yarmouth's boys' soccer team isn't perfect, but the Clippers remain unblemished nonetheless. Friday evening, Yarmouth hosted longtime rival Cape Elizabeth in a contest th…... [Read More]
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Yarmouth senior Maggie Gunville (4) and junior Kyaira Grondin watch the ball go past North Yarmouth Academy sophomore goalie Eliza Tod during the Clippers' 6-1... [Read More]
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The Yachtsmen get two touchdowns in a two-minute span in the second half to take the lead for good against the Tigers. [Read More]
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Arrests 9/11 at 2:31 p.m. Shawn T. Brown, 34, no address listed, of Limington, was arrested on Gallery Boulevard by Officer Brian Nappi on a... [Read More]
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Arrests 9/15 at 3:01 p.m. Errol F. Staples, 32, of Faye Street, Topsham, was arrested on Cumberland Street by Officer Justin Dolci on a charge... [Read More]
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