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Heartbroken newlyweds hope dog lost in Freeport is found

There was still no sign Monday morning of a dog that took off from a home on Baker Road in Freeport late last Friday afternoon.

It Happened in Windham: The dentist from Popeville

He was only 40 when he died, but one of several Elijah Popes of Popeville in Windham, had an interesting life. The story of his life was recorded on the “Find a Grave” website, along with a photo of h

Putting contest to benefit Spaulding Memorial Library

Have you ever wondered about the little golf course that you can see from Route 114 in Sebago? Or did you take part in the putting contest two years ago? Either way, you can help Spaulding Memorial Li

Century later, hero’s war legacy marked

On July 4, area veterans and dignitaries will commemorate Daniel Milliken, a Raymond farmer and Civil War soldier whose Riverside Cemetery gravestone does not indicate that he was a Congressional Meda

Town celebrated as Summerfest draws throngs

Hundreds of residents enjoyed a day and night of activities during Windham Summerfest on Saturday. The annual event started in the morning with a parade along Route 202 in Windham Center and featured

Gun maker expanding

Windham Weaponry’s owner is building an indoor shooting range and a retail store on his property in North Windham.

Cancer-free Gorham boy children’s ambassador

A 6-year-old Gorham boy, now free of cancer, has been on the road meeting dignitaries and making personal appearances as a so-called “miracle ambassador” from Maine for a children’s hospital network

Long road to Lenny’s pans out

The latest, and perhaps most anticipated, upgrade to the historic Duck Pond neighborhood in Westbrook is the opening of Lenny’s, a restaurant and pub that will host live music at Hawkes Plaza, the sit

City may pay for part of traffic fixes

If supported Monday, the city will agree to pay roughly 18 percent of the cost of intersection upgrades at the traffic triangle at Cumberland Mills.

Play ball! But not until this fall

Originally slated to be ready this spring, a long-anticipated playing field in Westbrook will wait until fall to open, allowing city staff more time to work on the playing surface.