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    Harpswell sets guidelines for Mitchell Field pier demolition

    HARPSWELL — The town will require the contractor selected to demolish the Mitchell Field pier to abide by restrictions intended to reduce noise, traffic and impact on recreation. Members of...

    Neighbors hope to stop 32-unit Falmouth housing project

    FALMOUTH — Neighbors concerned about the impact of a proposed 32-unit residential development off Blackstrap Road are weighing their options for challenging town approval of the project. At its Sept....

    Falmouth sets public hearing on contract zone for 52-acre project

    FALMOUTH — “No to Contract Zoning” signs are popping up in West Falmouth as the Town Council is set to hold a public hearing on a proposed contract zone that...

    Freeport council candidates running uncontested

    FREEPORT — Barring write-in candidates, three Town Council races will be uncontested in the Nov. 7 election. There will be contests for two seats on both the Regional School Unit...

    Portland adds Indigenous Peoples' Day, bans exotic-animal shows

    PORTLAND — City councilors on Monday enacted a day to honor Native Americans and banned the use of exotic and wild animals in local shows. Councilors unanimously supported designating the...

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    Portland ready to join lawsuits against opioid producers

    PORTLAND — The city is ready to take the fight against opioid addiction to what it believes is a primary source of the problems. City councilors on Monday approved a...

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