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    Cape Elizabeth's Friends of Fort Williams Park needs new 'face'

    CAPE ELIZABETH — The executive director and only full-time employee of Friends of Fort Williams Park has resigned to devote time to his own business. James McCain’s decision, effective immediately,...

    Cancer’s ‘ripple effect’: Dempsey Center expands family services

    SOUTH PORTLAND — After she was diagnosed with breast cancer, Diane Engel of Brunswick said, the family and youth programming at the Dempsey Center helped her children “feel normal in...

    Options to tackle Bath's South End traffic woes to be aired

    BATH — People with concerns and ideas about traffic flow in the city’s South End neighborhoods are encouraged to share their opinions Thursday, Jan. 31. The city’s final meeting...

    Harpswell town budget could grow nearly 8 percent

    HARPSWELL — The town is proposing a fiscal year 2020 budget of $5.6 million, a 7.8 percent increase over current spending. Those numbers are subject to change in the...

    West Falmouth bottle shed gets the boot

    FALMOUTH — After months of discussion, owners of West Falmouth Crossing have told the town and Lions Club to remove a bottle donation shed from the shopping plaza. The shed...

    Falmouth will look into regional, automated trash pick-up

    FALMOUTH — An informal survey conducted at the polls on Election Day 2018 shows 60 percent of respondents are satisfied with the way residential trash and recyclables are currently collected....

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