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CAPE ELIZABETH – With help from the Cape Elizabeth Town Council, the Thomas Memorial Library recently took two big steps toward improved public relations.
BRIDGTON – Inspired by the stuffed jungle animals at the home of their babysitter – who also happens to be a prolific writer of some 60 books – five Bridgton children have penned, illustrated and publ
RAYMOND – A lousy economy, the prospect of two chain hotels coming to nearby North Windham and a lack of capital helped bring on the demise of the White Pines Inn at Sebago Lake, a quaint and well-car
SANFORD – Sanford Superintendent of Schools David Theoharides finished the 2013 Boston Marathon Monday at a time of 3 hours and 38 minutes. Roughly a half-hour later, he was on the 10th floor of the L
WESTBROOK – After hearing initial cries of “no street light, no thanks” from many in the Duck Pond Road neighborhood, state officials have apparently changed some minds about a proposed roundabout as
WESTBROOK – At the end of April, the Northern New England Conference of Seventh-day Adventists will open its doors to the community, hoping residents and church members will soon regard the center as
GORHAM – The Gorham School Committee has unanimously backed a $32.9 million school budget, minus an all-day kindergarten program advocated by a parents group.
OLD ORCHARD BEACH – Old Orchard Beach Town Councilor Robin Dayton has confirmed that she was the subject of an investigation by the town’s police department as to whether she made inappropriate commen
BIDDEFORD – James Pak is still in jail awaiting trial for the murder of two teens and the attempted murder of another person, but his actions on Dec. 29, 2012, are having an impact on more than just h
BIDDEFORD – Applications for a liquor license are routinely approved without much notice or debate, but that’s not the case for the new Fat Boys Saloon in Biddeford.
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