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Crowley’s ‘Survivor’ advice: Don’t be bossy, Dan

Surviving the first episode last week, Dan Foley of Gorham returned on March 4 as a contestant on “Survivor” in its second week of a new series on CBS.

Say goodbye to Gorham eyesore

Planners welcome a proposed building housing a Subway Restaurant and an Aroma Joe’s at the site of a vacant gas station.

City sings a new tune

The legendary Al Hawkes’ ‘Song of Westbrook’ is proclaimed the community’s official song.

Rite Aid customer witnesses car crashing into store

Just after noon on Sunday, 40-year-old Patrick Hanna and his wife were in the checkout line at Rite Aid in Westbrook, when a car crashed through the front of the building, stopping about 2 feet from w

Cape board to update graduation requisites

Updates to high school graduation requirements were reviewed by the Cape Elizabeth School Board during a first reading Feb. 10.

Cane given to oldest resident

At 102 years old, Cape Elizabeth’s oldest resident has still got it. When asked the secret to being so spry, Seth White, wearing a suit and tie, said that he was still trying to figure it out for hims

City hires Boston firm to defend tar-sands ban

Working under the clock, the South Portland City Council has hired the Boston law firm of Foley Hoag to help defend the city against a lawsuit filed by Portland Pipe Line Corp. that argues a municipal

Scarborough schools may lose $1.1 million in state aid

Under the proposed state budget, the town of Scarborough is poised to lose a significant amount of revenue, which could put pressure on the local property tax.

Council agrees, no development on city lot

Permanently protecting the city-owned lot on the corner of Westbrook and Main streets on the western end of South Portland to prevent any future commercial development has received an initial thumbs-u

Sustainability coordinator ‘delighted’ to begin work

Julie Rosenbach will take up the reins and become South Portland’s first ever full-time sustainability coordinator next week. The position was approved by the City Council as part of the city’s new Cl