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    The Cedars plans to expand in Portland

    PORTLAND — The Cedars, an assisted living and long-term care facility at 630 Ocean Ave., plans to expand and shift its living arrangements. “The project is largely driven by the...

    In Brunswick, Sen. King lends hand, ear to honor the Rev. Dr. King

    BRUNSWICK — The Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program was abuzz on Monday morning as U.S. Sen. Angus King, sporting a red apron and plastic gloves, cleared tables during lunch hour. It...

    ‘Friends’ push Woodfords Corner rebirth in Portland

    PORTLAND — Woodfords Corner is one of the oldest and busiest intersections in the state. On Tuesday, Jan. 23, the Friends of Woodfords Corner are hosting a meeting to promote taking a...

    Crossing guard back on duty at busy Portland intersection

    PORTLAND — A major infrastructure improvement project along State Street hasn’t just inconvenienced motorists. Students walking to school have also had to contend with the disruption, which often meant altering...

    Portland students want community to take bias seriously

    PORTLAND — Students at Casco Bay High School hope to implement a plan to address bias in schools and the wider community. The goal is to “help the community better...

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    Portland citizenship ceremony celebrates young Americans

    Megan Nelson of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services administers the Oath of Allegiance to 30 children ages 4-16 in a special ceremony at the Children’s Museum and Theatre...

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