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Especially for Seniors: Tax exemptions: Apply by April 1

This is a reminder about some ways you may be able to save money on your taxes, but the deadline for application is April 1, so do not delay. Your local assessor’s office can help you and answer any q

It Happened in Windham: A few cemetery stories

Family cemeteries were common in the “olden days” but records were seldom kept of who was buried in them. Sometimes the old gravestones – if they had them – have deteriorated over time so they are unr

Inside Gray

Basketball Player Wins Award

Windham places 6th at Maine Drama Festival

Windham High School’s one-act team came in sixth place at Maine Drama Festival’s state championships in Bangor last weekend.

Bonny Eagle wins robotics competition

The Bonny Eagle Robotics Team – and their robot BOUNT-e “the quicker picker upper” – finished first at a regional robotics competition March 21-22 at the University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore Cente

Standish rebuffs latest Frye Island attempt to avoid school taxes

The Standish Town Council has rebuffed the latest effort by Frye Island to limit its annual contribution to School Administrative District 6.

Gateway district welcomes tavern, hotel

Last Friday, Margaret Moore, manager of the Deck House Sports Tavern, the newly opened sports bar at Seacoast Adventure, took a pause from work to describe the view from the tavern’s hilltop perch.

Inside Raymond

Promotion to Principal

RSU 14 voters pass cost-sharing formula

In a lopsided decision Wednesday night, Regional School Unit 14 voters approved a new district cost-sharing formula that increases taxes for Windham residents, reduces Raymond’s burden, and changes th

Feds issue new lake-level plan

After 13 years, the Federal Energy Regulation Commission has issued Westbrook-based Sappi Fine Paper a new operating license for the Eel Weir Dam, establishing a new Sebago Lake-level management regim