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Three local candidates withdraw from House races

Candidates for Maine House districts representing Windham, New Gloucester and Naples have withdrawn from their respective races. 

‘A preview of coming attractions’

On July 11, haulers from Daryl D. Gushee Inc. trucked two rail cars owned by the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad from the Bridgton Chamber of Commerce to Gray Plaza. 

Windham gets I-95 signage

WINDHAM - Thanks to the Maine Legislature’s recent overhaul of rules governing signage along Interstate 95, the town of Windham will soon be listed on the large, green “Gray-New Gloucester” signs appr

Deertrees forms local repertory company

The Deertrees New Repertory Company, a group of Maine-based actors and directors, is in the midst of staging a dozen performances at the historic Harrison theater this summer.

Deertrees forms local repertory company

The Deertrees New Repertory Company, a group of Maine-based actors and directors, is in the midst of staging a dozen performances at the historic Harrison theater this summer.

‘Acoustic Sunset’ to benefit Hacker’s Hill

Join Loon Echo Land Trust for an Acoustic Sunset on Hacker’s Hill on Thursday, July 24, from 7-8:30 p.m. 

New town clerk has area roots

RAYMOND - The Town of Raymond has hired Sue Look, the former town clerk of West Bath, to replace longtime town clerk Louise Lester. 

Desjardins to appeal court ruling

RAYMOND - Former Raymond Selectman Dana Desjardins will appeal a recent Portland District Court ruling that dismissed his complaint against Town Manager Don Willard and Selectman Mike Reynolds in its

Enterprising family feeling plucky about salsa

WINDHAM - It started simply enough.

Historic times in Gorham

GORHAM - Buckling under pressure, the University of Southern Maine on Tuesday temporarily halted repairs on a landmark after critics claimed the work spoiled the historical significance of the 193-yea