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AUGUSTA - The Maine Legislature’s Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee has scrapped a proposed policy change that would allow employees of the Maine Correctional Center in Windham to use deadl
GRAY - The six-month, $1.5 million renovation of the Gray Public Library is approaching completion, with library employees set to hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 11.
NEW GLOUCESTER - The case of the missing personnel file of the former New Gloucester bookkeeper has been closed.
RAYMOND - For decades, Diane Potvin, a retired health-care consultant and administrator, worked with planners to craft health-care policy at the state level.
After serving six years on the Windham Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) board of directors, Dan Hancock has called it quits.
WINDHAM - Windham Economic Development Corp. Executive Director Tom Bartell and Windham Planning Director Ben Smith faced tough questions from local businessmen and town councilors about a proposed im
ACTON - Kids at Acton Elementary School can now make the most of winter snow at recess and during outdoor classes thanks to the recent gift of 53 pairs of snowshoes.
SPRINGVALE - The focus of Robin Cobb’s art is on nature, but not just as the subject – it is also the medium. Cobb, who has lived in Shapleigh since 1992, paints animals and detailed nature scenes on
WESTBROOK - With an admission that the school administration made mistakes, Superintendent Marc Gousse promised residents at a public forum on Monday that he wants to “get it right” in Westbrook.
WESTBROOK - City officials are calling a planned lawsuit against the city by Westbrook School Committee member Suzanne Joyce “unfortunate,” and the school board chairman says some residents are upset
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