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‘A facility we can be proud of’

SCARBOROUGH - The grand opening of the new 163,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Wentworth School in Scarborough, home to more than 700 students in grades 3-5, drew hundreds of parents, students and s

Pot question draws debate

SOUTH PORTLAND - As Election Day approaches, those on both sides of a controversial proposal to legalize recreational marijuana for adults 21 and up in South Portland are working hard to reach voters.

Rescue dogs, wounded vets find new companionship

SCARBOROUGH - After years of training dogs to do police work, Tom Chard, a sergeant with the Scarborough Police Department, is thrilled to be training a rescue dog to become a companion for a war vete

Seven vie for Scarborough council

SCARBOROUGH - This fall three incumbents and several newcomers are all seeking election to the three available seats on the Scarborough Town Council.

Scarborough council draws seven candidates

SCARBOROUGH - This fall three incumbents and several newcomers are all seeking election to the three available seats on the Scarborough Town Council.

Tower rules approved, opponents vow to fight

SCARBOROUGH - Citing concerns related to the health and welfare of town residents, the group Scarborough Families for the Responsible Placement of Cell Towers is now attempting to overturn new rules g

Benjamin Farm funding secured

The Scarborough Land Trust has met its $500,000 fundraising goal for the Benjamin Farm property on Pleasant Hill Road. Thanks to a matching gift challenge from anonymous donors, the land trust met its

Sewer bond, charter questions on ballot

SOUTH PORTLAND - This fall, voters in South Portland are being asked to approve borrowing $3.5 million to help pay for what the city is calling a “much-needed plan to modernize its sewer and storm dra

Senate District 24, Brunswick, Freeport, Harpswell, North Yarmouth, Pownal

Stan Gerzofsky (D)

State races to be decided in Durham and Pownal

Residents of Durham and Pownal have no say in the Nov. 4 vote in which Freeport will decide if it wants to withdrawal from Regional School Unit 5.